Hasil piknik & DIY adalah terkumpulnya foto2 seru. Heheheheh. Kebetulan nih,, kemarin barusan bikin post tentang #diy#sewing#sewingproject#sewingtutorial di www.dinilintangasri.blogspot.com (link hidup di profil). Semoga konsisten. Amin
Variation ideas are offered for each project in Tilly’s book Love at First Stitch. Add your own special touch to each garment and make it unique to you 💕📒 The addition of this bow belt is sooo cute! ✂️ #LoveAtFirstStitch
New Video Alert 🚨 The pattern tutorial for a mermaid skirt just went live on the channel. It’s fairly easy to follow and can be suited to fit your body by using your measurements 😉It’s the season of love 💕 Show some by checking out the video and sharing with your friends & family 😘 Link to video in bio 💗
If you’re on the Sunny Coast and looking for something different than the major textile dealers then definitely check out this family run and owned shop in Maroochy 🙌🏼 always finding epic treasures in here!
I find fabric shopping to be as bad as going to ikea - go in for one thing and come out with a trolley full 🙈
Click the link in my bio to check out my Christmas sew a softie tutorial 🌲
The perfect handmade gift for men! And it only uses about half a metre of fabric ❤️ link in bio for my tie tutorial up on YouTube now 🎥
Have you got all your Christmas presents yet? 🎁 If you haven't like me then have a look at Georgina's blog post (@sewinthegarden). You can whip one of these pouches really quickly & you don't need much fabric!
📖fabric is called literary on the shelf and is available to buy still📖
Weekend ready 🌞
Remember the tutorial for this minimal, summer essential wrap dress is over on @_thegreatstate blog. Who’s prepping for a lil crafternoon to whip one of these up? I’ve already got extra fabric lined up to make more for myself 🙈
I’ve always imagined making my own dresses & clothes for my baby ♥️ There’s something special about making something by hand, with love - excited to be learning the foundations from @kalpanasingh_designstudio at the @dsewclub 👗👶🏻👗!#sewingclass#sewingmama#handmade
Guess who's back, back, backpack again? Knapsack's back, tell a friend... Who wants to make a sweet do-it-all backpack this January! Learn more at the link in our profile.
First #handmade teacher gift is complete! (Gotta love procrastination!) It is a binder pouch design from @noodlehead531 via a tutorial she did for SewMamaSew.com. I made a couple of modifications. 1.) I applied fusible interfacing to all of the outer pieces for better stability and then lined each piece to cover up the interfacing (and that also worked to enclose the seams on either side of the vinyl panel on the front). 2.) Used a tabbed zipper installation. 3.) Added the logo via iron-on transfer. 4.) Did a bit of patchwork on one panel.
I'm really pleased with how it came together!
Who loves making gingerbread houses? I’ll admit, they are fun but take a lot of patience! Any tips on how to make it easier?? Today I’m sharing how to make these ruffle linen aprons on the @yarnhookneedles blog! They are pretty simple and I loved making them with linen because I know they’ll last for years. Even a beginner can make these aprons, there’s lots of photos and videos to help you along the way. So head on over to @yarnhookneedles to link up to the blog. And let me know your gingerbread secrets .... 🎄💕😂
I just can’t decide which sewing tutorial I should do first - I love both of them so much 🙈 but soon you’ll definitely find both in our online shop 🛒🛍
Getting ready soon to record another video for the you tube channel. I create videos around learning to sew and getting around a sewing machine. Check out my channel on you tube aptly named Faodail Creation.
Today I'll be showing some behind the scenes stuff via my story tab.
The Bifold Wallet Tutorial is now up on the blog! Of the three wallet designs in our shop, this one is the most complicated – but don’t worry, it is still perfectly suitable for a beginner sewist and it is certainly a very quick project for someone with experience!
Link in profile ⬆
#tutorialtuesday - Kimono Sleeve Lining! This is a follow up to my "Kimono Basics" tutorial from about a month or so ago. This isn't necessarily 100% accurate or authentic, and at the same time it does create a clean finish. Let me know if you have any questions!
1: On the side of the sleeve with the rounded corner, mark out 20cm (7.75in) on either side of the center fold.
2: Pin your exterior fabric and lining fabric right sides together for the 40cm (15.75in) seam and sew. I used a 1/2" seam allowance.
3: Iron your seams flat! This will help reduce bulk and keep the flow of your sleeves smooth.
4: Fold each of your sleeves (exterior and lining) in half. You'll now want to pin (exterior-exterior & lining-lining) and sew from the bottom of where they're joined all the way around the rounded corner and along the bottom. The other side of the sleeve should remain open. Don't forget to mark the open side of the sleeve for the area that will attach to the kimono - 21cm (8in) on either side of the center fold.
5: This is where it gets tricky!! Lay out your sleeve in the same position as it was for step 4. Bring the bottom corners for the exterior and the lining together following the arrows. You'll be sewing the open sides of the sleeve together.
6: Pin the bottom corners together so that the right sides are facing inwards.
7: Pin around the sleeve from one 21cm (8in) mark to the other. You won't be able to lay things flat at this point. Sew around the sleeve making sure to leave the opening (42cm/16in) to turn the sleeve and attach it to the kimono.
8: Don't forget to trim/clip the edges for the rounded corner before you turn the sleeve.
9: Turn the sleeves so that the exterior and lining are on top of one another, both with the wrong side of the fabric facing out. Pin and sew from the bottom of the hand hole, around the rounded corner, and along the bottom.
10: Turn your sleeves right side out.
11: Iron your sleeve!
12: Attach your sleeve to your kimono. You'll be sewing the 42cm (16in) unfinished edge for the exterior to the exterior and the lining to the lining. Fabrics should be right sides together. Line up the center folds, pin, and sew.