Easy Sewing Projects: 25 Things to Sew in Under 1 Hour
These easy sewing projects can be sewn in about an hour or less making them both easy and fun! Everything from bags to aprons, hooded towels to headbands, these easy and free sewing patterns are fun ideas for everyone from beginning sewers to more advanced.
Lined Drawstring Bag
Made things bag this morning to carry chargers and extra batteries! Made with Little Apples and Sherbet Pips! :) Will have a little tutorial for these bags next week sometime!
TUTO - Couche-culotte pour poupée - Sarah Bricolette
Indispensable aux petites mamans et super rapide à faire :) Adapté aux poupées d'environ 38cm. À assortir avec d’autres accessoires: table à langer, lingettes, serviette de bain...Tout en mini pour les mini mamans 🙂 Matériel: . Tissu: 2 rectangles...
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Generate serious Scare power in this Mike Wazowski babies and childrens costume from Disney Pixars Monsters Inc. This super comfy costume is perfect for babies (worn over onesies) and children. It is made of fleece with felt detail making it easy, comfortable and warm to wear. SIZES This costume
Mike from Monsters Inc. - Halloween Costume Contest at Costume-Works.com
Prudence: My son is wearing the costume. He has always loved Monsters Inc. and the store bought ones were not very good, so I decided to make the costume. I used...
Making Kensie a Halloween Costume --> BOO from Monster's Inc
This shall be my attempt at making my daughter Kensington her very own Halloween outfit...from scratch! I will note that I am not the best at sewing, nor do I have a pattern to go by...But admittedly I have found a wonderful 5 part video to follow on YouTube!! BOO part 1, the body BOO part 2, the Hair BOO part 3, the Hoodie BOO part 4, the Arms and Legs BOO part 5, the Hair and eyes (onto costume) Materials list: 2 yards purple shiny fabric (I got this amount from looking into other web…
Make your own bugaboo canopy!
If you want to create your own Bugaboo Cameleon canopy, here's the way I do it (inspired by Mamma på vift). You will need: - the outer fabrics: 1m (if it is at least 110 cm wide) - the lining: also 1m (if it is 150cm wide) - bias tape: around 4m - elastic for the small loops The pattern: The easiest way to make the pattern is to pin some old fabrics (for example an old sheet) to your original canopy (when it is unfolded on the stroller) and draw the lines along the seams. As a reference, you…