Sewing Tips: Basic Stitches (plus the Double Needle) | Make It and Love It
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How to sew with a Double Needle on a regular sewing machine. Use it to sew knits so they have stretch!!!!! Make It and Love It
Double needle!!! Sewing Tips: Basic Stitches (plus the Double Needle) | Make It and Love It
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simple cute dress and simple instructions? HECK YES! I have a perfect bed sheet i can use!
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Bedsheet dress tutorial
Simple dress tutorial.
A very simple but sweet dress, made of a recycled bedsheet with an interesting pattern. . Free tutorial with pictures on how to make a tunic dress in under 180 minutes by dressmaking with thread, elastic, and bed sheet. How To posted by Crissi. Difficulty: 3/5. Cost: Cheap. Steps: 14
simple cute dress and simple instructions? YES! I have a perfect bed sheet i can use! This would work for pajamas.
DIY Boho pants, gonna make these when I find an old skirt
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Skirt to hippie pants DIY
DIY boho pants from a long skirt
DIY Bohemian pants. Take an old maxi skirt, cut up the center till about 8in from the waist band (or wherever you'd like) and sew up the now legs! Comfy
Aladdin pants! Most comfortable and cool things to wear on your hips! Forget jeans or skirts, I want these forever!
Turn a large t-shirt into this flattering tunic top by following a few easy steps in this tutorial (in Greek)
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XL T-Shirt to Tunic Refashion
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diy pleated fabric dyeing
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Modern Tie Die
Try this chic alternative to traditional tie dye!
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DIY Tie Dye- How to...
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The Pretty Life Girls: PLG DIY: Embellished Tie-Dye Maxi Dress
DIY Chunky Necklace
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T shirt into shorts
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T shirt into shorts/short leggings. Clever how these are made. They can be made longish and worn under other shorts in your wardrobe that are a bit short.
Un Tee-Shirt transformé en Short.
DIY How to make shorts from a T-shirt
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DIY High-Waisted Maxi Skirt made from Bed Sheet - FREE Sewing Tutorial
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Just Another Day in Paradise: High Waist Maxi Skirt from Bed Sheet
Tutorial: High waisted maxi skirt from a sheet · Sewing Crafts @Amelia Brackett
For the Makers: Rye Market Tote
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Dip dye a natural cotton tote with geometric patterns!
Learn how to make this attractive dyed market tote using some fabric dye and a pre-made light cotton tote bag.
Rye Market Tote - For The Makers
For the Makers: For the Makers dyeing fabric tote
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DIY SQUARE TOP
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very simple boxy top pattern
Fall is a tricky time in Virginia. Some years the weather can be hot and muggy through October and other times cooler air and changing leaves ride in on the coattails of August. I was keeping my fingers crossed for hot and muggy this year (I’m weird, I know) but it’s looking like this might be another cool fall possibly followed by a rough winter. While I could use another month of summer, if it means I get to drink coffee without breaking a sweat and sleep with the windows open, I’ll ...
DIY Fall Tassel Scarf from Wellnesting
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Fall is a tricky time in Virginia. Some years the weather can be hot and muggy through October and other times cooler air and changing leaves ride in on the coattails of August. I was keeping my fingers crossed for hot and muggy this year (I’m weird, I know) but it’s looking like this might be another cool fall possibly followed by a rough winter. While I could use another month of summer, if it means I get to drink coffee without breaking a sweat and sleep with the windows open, I’ll roll with it. I picked up some cute, gauzy fabric on sale last year and had planned to make a scarf with it. Then I hid it in the back of my closet and completely forgot about it. It was kind of like finding a long-forgotten $20 in a coat pocket when I stumbled on it last week, so I wasted no time in ringing in the change of season with this one-yard-wonder. Although it's a bit light for fall, it’s surprisingly warm when things get chilly but not so warm that you completely regret it come noon, which is necessary given the temperature swings we experience here. If you happen to live some place colder, feel free to make this using heavier cotton or maybe a soft tweed to warm it up a bit. (Is it just me or do the tassels make everything better? Tassels are totally like mullets of the clothing world. All business in the front, party in the back) Supplies 1 yard cotton voile fabric Matching thread 5 skeins embroidery floss Scissors Wide-eye needle (big enough to pass embroidery floss through) Fold your fabric in half width-wise and press the fold with an iron. Cut fabric in half along the fold to create two 36 inch x 28 inch pieces (my fabric was 56 inches wide so when I cut it was 28 inches. Your measurements could be slightly different). Next you’re going to sew the two pieces together along a 28-inch side using a French seam. I am by no means an expert at making a French seam since this was my first go at it, but don’t let the name fool you. It was incredibly easy. I was, however, unable to snap photos of this part because I was too busy pinning and folding and sewing. Go here for step-by-step instructions with photos or just follow along below without photos. Sew a French seam: 1. Put the two pieces of fabric together, wrong sides facing each other, and pin along a 28-inch side. Sew together using a 1/4 inch seam allowance. 2. Trim your seam allowance close to the seam. 3. Unfold your fabric so you have one long piece and press the seam allowance with an iron. 4. Now fold your fabric along the 28-inch seam so that the two right sides are together. Press this new fold. 5. Stitch again along the fold using a 3/8 inch seam allowance, enclosing the raw edge. 6. Unfold your fabric and press the seam so it lies flat to one side. Hem the edges: 1. Now that you have one long fabric panel, trim off ½ inch from the selvage edges on both sides. 2. Hem the sides. Press one of the long raw sides ½ inch twice towards the wrong side of the scarf and pin the fold into place. Edgestitch this fold down. Do the same with the other opposite side, followed by both ends. Use a Blanket Stitch to finish off the edges: 1. On the wrong side of the fabric (see above, left), in the corner starting just above the hem, bring the needle out through the fabric at the fold. 2. Turn the fabric over so the right side is facing you (see above, middle). Starting 1/3 inch from your previous stitch, do the same blanket stitch, this time from the front of the fabric, making sure to loop the thread under the needle. 3. With the right side of the fabric still facing up, continue doing this around all 4 sides of the scarf. It should look like the image on the right. Since the fabric is so lightweight, be sure not to pull your stitch too tight or you will pucker the fabric. You want your edges to still lay nice and flat when you're done. Last but not least, we'll gussy it up with tassels. * Cut a piece of embroidery thread about 5 inches long. Set aside. * From the skein, pull out a long thread (I made mine about 2 arm lengths long) and wrap it around your hand until you have achieved the desired thickness. * Remove the thread from your hand and tie the short thread (from step one) tightly so the bunch is gathered at one end. * Cut your gathered thread from the skein leaving a long tail. * Using this tail, bind the neck of the tassel. Secure the neck by knotting it and then incorporate this thread into the body of the tassel along with the other threads. * Cut open the end of the bundle and trim any stray threads so they are all the same length. Attach your tassels to each corner of the scarf. Thread one end of the loose top thread through a wide-eyed needle. From the front side of your scarf, bring your needle through to the back. Tie the two ends of the thread together in a tight knot and trim excess thread.
Diy Tassel : DIY Fall Tassel Scarf
fishtail finger loom band bracelet
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fishtail finger loom band bracelet (rainbow loom bracelets w/o the loom!)
Fishtail finger loom band bracelet, as worn by the Duchess of Cambridge and cool kids everywhere | DIY jewelry
DIY Halter Skater Dress ◑ Rian Phin
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DIY Fur Coat (Sewing) [EASY] - YouTube
Rian Phin ~ I enjoy watching her videos, I like other creative people and watching their process... If you're a girl & you like to sew, check her channel out, she might give you some good ideas
Stretch Stitch: Sewing Tip Honestly, when it comes to sewing with knits, a trusty serger machine will make quick work of your task. If you don’t have a serger, don’t worry. There are many stitches on your standard machine that will help you conquer this fabric, including the Stretch Stitch!
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Stretch Stitch - I need to check out this blog because they have my sewing machine!
You can sew knits without a serger! Overcome the fear of knits with this quick tip. Stretch Stitch: Sewing Tip - The Sewing Loft
~Stretch Stitch: Sewing Tip Honestly, when it comes to sewing with knits, a trusty serger machine will make quick work of your task. If you don’t have a serger, don’t worry. There are many stitches on your standard machine that will help you conquer this fabric, including the Stretch Stitch~
Stretch Stitch Sewing | The Sewing Loft Helpful hints for sewing knit fabrics
inked dyed clutch
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DIY Shadow Print Botanical T-shirt. You Need: Plain t-shirt, Lumi inkodye in 1 8 oz blue bottle and 1 navy Snap Packs, leaves to place on top, 2 cups water, newspaper, cardboard. We used the instructions provided by the dye (see here) but we submerged the entire shirt. Place the shirt on a big piece of cardboard in a shady area. Arrange your leaves in your desired pattern. We used ferns and laid them across horizontally.
diy botanical shadow printed tee