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    So sew fun!

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    How to sew roman shades | for French doors with links to instructions for windows

    deep thoughts by cynthia: Roman Shades for French Doors

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    how to make curtains using burlap

    How to make curtains using burlap - Page 4 of 5 - Four Generations One Roof

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    40 sewing tips you should know.

    40 sewing hack, tips & tricks that you should know!

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    Seriously one of the best sites for couture sewing tutorials!! Excellent step-by-step instructions on all sorts of alterations....

    In the mood for Couture | A fashionable sewing blog

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    10 Easy & Cute Skirt Tutorials! Great for beginners at sewing!

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    Free Tutorial Tuesday ~ Create Kids Couture

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    Tutorial for sunbathing towel with pillow that wraps up into a tote. I need to make one of these!

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    Felt cozy

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    Flowers

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    Adorable! Tank top bags

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    Simple purse pattern

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    T-shirt bag

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    Cute way to recycle old totes!

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    Reusable Snack Bag Tutorial

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    Sewing tips for beginners

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    Step 1: You’ll need the shirt. I went to Hobby Lobby and got a medium sized, regular T (I usually wear a small) because I wanted the shirt to be a little extra loose. Up to you. Step 2: Lay the front of the shirt face down and find the exact middle of the back of the shirt. Mark it by putting a small sticker there. Measure about three and a half inches down from the sticker, remove it and place the sticker there. That is the center of your diamond. Step 3: Use a ruler, diamond stencil or free hand the shape of a diamond around the sticker making sure the sticker is the center of the diamond. Step 4: Get a good pair of scissors. (Hobby Lobby: $2.00) Cut around the neckline so that the neckline is bigger than it was. You can cut it as big as you want. You can just cut the elastic out or you can make it big enough to drape of your shoulder. Step 5: Where the neckline meets the sleeves you’re going to cut a V from each START of the sleeve to the top of your diamond as shown in the above picture. Cut that piece out. Then you are going to go over an inch or more or less and cut all the way to the outline of the diamond. Repeat this process all the way around the shirt.

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    • Erika Flynn Craft House
      Erika Flynn Craft House

      wow, so pretty!

    • Kristina Buentello
      Kristina Buentello

      And sooooo easy, right??

    Skirt made from old t-shirts.

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    great for extra fabric.

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    Easy crochet pet sweater

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    crotchet summer wrap tutorial

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    Kaftan

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    $148 from anthropologie.... or 5 mins and $5 for cool fabric scraps and a couple beads

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    tunic

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    Blue Ruffle Shoes Tutorial

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    Infinity Scarf

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