Posts Tagged ‘sewing’

Beginner Sewing-Deconstruct n Reconstruct Clothes w RIP IT

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Why spend tons of money on humdrum designer duds when it’s possible to revamp a piece you already own to create a guaranteed original that looks, fits, and feels just the way it should? Rip It! shows how simple and fun it can be to transform a tired wardrobe into hip, one-of-a-kind new looks without […]

Sewing Tutorial: Peasant Blouse

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011 sewing tutorial peasant blouse shirt bodice sew sewing tutorial how to diy instructions pattern help advice tips hippy peasant elastic fabric eyelet cute kawaii lolita loli feminine pretty petticoat lace yardage do it yourself

Lesson 3 – How To Make a Peasant (or Gypsy) Blouse

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Visit my Clothing Design blog! A peasant blouse is quite simple to make. If you have already watched my “How to Make a T-Shirt” Videos 1 and 2. Then this will be a breeze.

What would an appropriate “favor” gift be to give the Queen and Royal Seamstresses at a Renaissance Faire.

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

My Daughter (6 yrs old) recently won a costume contest at a Renaissance Faire, and was honored by being a “Princess for a Day”. The Faire people were beyond wonderful, they actually did treat my daughter like a princess. We would like to thank some of the members with a small gift. Several people gave […]

How to Make Leggings with M6173 Pattern by McCalls

Friday, November 5th, 2010

I was born in the fall, and I embrace fall fashion with every stitch in my sewing. Aside from not liking to match colors, I love to layer as well. One basic piece you should definitely have for fall would be leggings. They never go out of style, and even if they do they will […]

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