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washable fabric picture frame sewing pattern

washable fabric picture frame sewing pattern

6 sizes of washable, fabric photo frames, tabletop, with pockets on the back for removable easel back & strut leg board, ribbon connecting strut leg pocket to back panel, pocket for photo and sheet...

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Underlining with Fusible Interfacing

Underlining with Fusible Interfacing

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Excellent fusible products make underlining a breeze and give your fabric and garments a boost.

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60s Style

60s Style

Hello summer!  It's back to sewing!   I have finally been able to get back to a dress I've had on my project list since last year.  It's Simplicity 1609 - 60s retro/vintage, a-line.   I made...

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2 Prom Dresses

2 Prom Dresses

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I have twins girls and made a prom dresses for each.  They both have very different tastes; the two piece black dress ismade from black RPL with an embellished bodice.  The blue dress is made from...

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Moto Jacket

Moto Jacket

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I wanted to make a moto jacket for the cooler spring days/evenings, and was inspired to make one because I'm seeing them everywhere but didn't like the prices. Also, I didn't want leather or denim...

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How to Interface a Hem

How to Interface a Hem

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Interface the hem to support a flimsy hemline or 'beef' up pant legs that wrap around your ankles as you walk.

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Collette Lady Gray Coat in Linton Tweed couture fabric

Collette Lady Gray Coat in Linton Tweed couture fabric

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I love this pattern.  I altered the sleeve length from 3/4 to full length and made the jacket double breasted.  It looks fab as a casual or a dressed up coat.

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French Fashionistas

French Fashionistas

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My French Fashionistas 3/4 length coat is from modified Burda #7314.It was made a little more narrow, and with a weighted back kick pleat. Tailoring methods used in construction were: pad stitched...

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Tank Top Remake

Tank Top Remake

This light-weight vest, or cover-up was fashioned from a flared bottom tank top that was once attached to a blouse. The shoulder seams had to be cut in order to remove it, and I was afraid that...

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Kittys Lunch/Makeup Bag

Kitty's Lunch/Makeup Bag

A wonderful bag with a plastic lining, perfect as a lunch bag or travel makeup bag. You can see the post here, http://rhondabuss.blogspot.com/2013/03/fabulous-free-pattern-friday.html

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Astrid The M&M

Astrid The M&M

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Our dog Astrid went to a Halloween party this year at her vet's. I made her this m&m costume. I made with an extra wide collar using Pellon fusible stabilizer to stiffen it up. The pillow was two...

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The Evil Queen and Prince from Snow White

The Evil Queen and Prince from Snow White

I actually made these costumes in 2007. The idea came from my daughter, who teased me with the title of Evil Queen. My husband and I wore these to a costume party that year and on Halloween to give...

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2pc vintage style romper play suit

2pc vintage style romper play suit

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Adorable 2pc romper/playsuit in that classic 1940's/1950's style. I went with a Hawaiian theme, black hibiscus printed shirting. TIP...use a lighweight fuseable interfacing between the front and back...

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Dressing Gown made from old silk shirts

Dressing Gown made from old silk shirts

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The Quilt My Stash contest gave me inspiration (and motivation) to do something with my collection of old silk shirts. They were out of fashion and well worn but I couldn't bring myself to get rid of...

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Rayon Fabric and Interfacing Placement

Rayon Fabric and Interfacing Placement

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Interfacing is the back bone for garment construction. When placed in the wrong direction, it can make the garment look less than professional.

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Felted Houndstooth Bag

Felted Houndstooth Bag

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This bag is made from wool coating that I felted myself by machine washing in hottest water and drying on high heat in the dryer. The pattern is my own original design. I used hand dyed wools to make...

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In honor of our Soldiers

In honor of our Soldiers

I was asked to make an Army costume for one of my grandsons for Halloween, if I could.  I didn't have a specific pattern for the costume, I just used a basic shirt and pant pattern that I had...

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Ashleys first pageant

Ashley's first pageant

This is a gown I made for my six year old's first pageant. We found this pic online and I decided to copy the design. I did make a few changes. I felt I needed to scale it down so the ruffles...

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Sewing shows yield rare fabric finds

Sewing shows yield rare fabric finds

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If you're on the hunt for something special, go to a sewing show, like the Sewing and Stitchery Expo I recently attended in Puyallup, Washington.

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Steal Your Face Jean Applique Jacket

Steal Your Face Jean Applique Jacket

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Inspired by the festivals I went to last summer and the music of the Grateful Dead, I created this upcycled jean jacket, going for a real bohemian marakesh style feel. This jean jacket has been...

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