DIY- How to make Felt Soles for crocheted slippers! Great to know for a fun gift idea!

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Sarika Agarwal Textile Pattern - beautiful! :)

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How to Easily Hem Sheer Fabrics - Threads

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Another Way to Make Pleated-Ribbon Trim - Threads

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Links to instructions for baby sewing projects burp_cloths_finished

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Crochet

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Lots of charted dress patterns here-Robes - Modèles pour Bébé au Crochet. Personally, I would neer be able to make something this complicated, but I do think it is sooooooooooo pretty!

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Aunt Bee's Gingham Dishcloth | FaveCrafts.com

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Free Embroidery Pattern: Small Lazy Daisy Stitch Patterns

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Continuious Line Quilting - Did you know you can use a photocopier to enlarge or shrink a continuous line quilting pattern? When your design is the size you want, transfer the sketch on to tear-away stabilizer and quilt directly onto fabric.

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This is an amazing site! Check out the tab called "FREE Patterns" for oodles of quilting motifs, paper piecing patterns and more. REALLY worth your look if you machine quilt!

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Sea of Stars Quilt

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Paper pieced star

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Peggy Martin/paper piecing

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Dark side of the moon

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sunset background

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"Those Oriental Mariners" quilt pattern by Chris Jurd at PatchworkFun. Foundation pieced 30" center compass with a fussy cut geisha.

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DIY Kindle cover made from old book.

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Handmade out of quality stretchy organic cotton knit. Zelaya does beautiful work. $120.00 USD It features a scoop neckline, raw edges, and a racer back. Remnant fabric is ruffled along the neckline to add sophistication and texture. The hem falls a couple inches above the knee.

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EXCELLENT bias strip tutorial! Start with relatively small square of fabric, so you have no waste or ackward pieces of fabric left over. I'VE DONE IT. REALLY WORKS!

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How to make a too small shirt bigger, or cover up unsightly perspiration stains.

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Shirt too short? Lengthen it. How fun!

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a tip for sewing arcs - a good one!

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how to get lined or faced arm and neck holes to lie flat.

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Great tutorial for shirring.

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