The Azalea Cloche Hat by lilygiggle | Sewing Ideas
Adorable little girl's hat made from old T-shirts
Azalea Cloche Hat pattern# to buy
Ruffle Hat Sewing project
As fun to wear as it is to sew, this little hat pattern is so versatile. Instructions are given for using stretch knits...recycled tees...but with tips and tricks and special notes for using wovens and other materials for a completely different look. Pattern and instructions are included in the PDF for the fun tee shirt flower shown. This easy to sew pattern is perfect for a beginner sewist.
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Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants by Mrsdepew, $7.50
Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants by Mrsdepew, | http://beautifuldresscollectionschaz.blogspot.com
Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants in Any Size- PLUS Size Included- Depew 166 -INSTANT DOWNLOAD-
Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants in Any Size Depew 166. $7.50, via Etsy.
Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants by Mrsdepew, #Beautiful Dress
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Lingerie Patterns | Mrs Depew Vintage
1930s Ruffled Tap Pants
40s dress pattern - soooo cute! pattern $6 American Girl 1812 Caroline dress, bonnet, and pantaloons. via Etsy. Vintage Sewing Pattern 1930's French Ruffled Tap Pants by Mrsdepew, $7.50 - White Eyelet Dress with Red Ribbon Trim
Stretch your sewing skills by making a soft T-shirt, comfy shorts, fleecy hoodie or a flowing dress with Meg McElwee of Sew Liberated in her online class Sewing with Knits. Click the image or: http://www.craftsy.com/ext/20121120_ClassPin1
The reversible Kantha Quilt Jacket. Free pattern from Sew News.
http://www.fashion2her.com/category/quilted-jacket/ Rhonda's Creative Life: The Kantha Quilt Jacket Almost Finished and Something to Think About
The reversible Kantha Quilt Jacket. Free pattern from Sew News. download casual chic pattern
The reversible Kantha Quilt Jacket. Free pattern from Sew News. [Modify for a woven fabric?]
Rhonda's Creative Life: The Kantha Quilt Jacket Almost Finished and Something to Think About
http://rhondabuss.blogspot.co.uk/ So many free patterns and ideas here.
My Kantha Quilt jacket is just about finished. I could actually wear it at this point, but I would like to add pockets. As much as I sometimes try to convince myself that I don't need pockets, I always end up looking for them ;) The jacket is completely reversible as you can see below. I was especially please with how the batik print blended with the pattern in the quilt. I used the batik to finish off all of the seams. Below is the neckline seam. The armhole seam. And the underarm seam. Now, for something to think about if you use the Sew News pattern. The collar is quite large. I think that what I will do is trim the collar down, following the pins that you see in the picture below. The quilt fabric has more body and so the collar sticks out more than what I would like and it seems rather overwhelming. At least in my opinion. I rounded off the corners of the jacket because I plan to attach a round pocket and felt that the round edges would work together a little better. I also plan to make a tie belt to wear with the jacket. I was asked about the size of my quilt Here's a link to a quilt that is the same size that I purchased, https://www.etsy.com/listing/153329073/tiwn-quilt-blue-ikat-kantha-quilt?ref=shop_home_active_3 My quilt measured out to be approximately 2 1/2 yards long by a little less than 60" wide. I was also asked about the condition of the quilt. The materials that were used for this quilt seem to be new, so the fabric was in good shape. I did not have to worry about holes are worn areas. But remember, this is a handmade item, so there are imperfections. There are areas where the stitching has not been knotted, or the thread ends have not been cut. None of the imperfections were and issue for me as I rather like the fact that it's handmade and not perfect. I was asked about a schematic of the pattern that I used. There isn't one, but I have laid the pattern out in the picture below so you can get an idea of how it is shaped. Please take a look at this post to see the changes that I made to the sleeve. I'm planning to wear the jacket next week, so you'll see the completely finished then.
It would seem the hood is attached separately from the corner pieces. I wonder if it would drape okay around the neck and shoulders without the hood. Just have to try it and see. capa con capucha #Tutorial de #Costura
°lovely cape made from a circle and square piece of fabric... capa