Archive: Jan 2016

Oh go on then! I’ll have a floral Linden this time….

Oh people I have had some mega sewing going on this last week, but because I was also hugely busy work wise I am a bit behind with my writing – & I have so much to write about!   I have to start with the simplest as some downtime calls (& I’m watching something with subtitles […]

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Cast On

This weekend I decided to pick up my knitting needles.I have two other knitting projects that I should get back to, but casting on a brand new one seemed like so much more fun.  So that is exactly what I did!When I feel like working with beads aga…

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Sunday Night Reflections

It was one of those weeks when everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. To finish off the week, I had made an early morning appointment that required a 45 minute drive out of town. Once I arrived, no one was in the office. How could this be? After…

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new boyfriend (jeans)

Denim (still love these current/elliott jeans). Shoes. Top. Leather Jacket: Club Monaco (old, similar). Coat: Mason (old, similar). Bag: Gucci. Sunglasses: Celine.

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Finished: Style Arc Jennifer City Shorts

Alternatively titled: I Should Have Let January EndThe PR wardrobe contest begins tomorrow. I set out to muslin the Style Arc shorts thinking I’d complete those first. I was so excited as I’ve wanted this pattern for awhile.Let us talk about the patter…

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#AColorWeek Hosted by A Color Story

Hey, friends! We’re excited to share a fun way to celebrate the launch of A Color Story! #AColorWeek is a creative challenge we are hosting on the official @AColorStory Instagram account. Starting tomorrow we’ll be turning our feed into a rainbow featuring YOUR photos all week long! Yep! It’s going to be beautiful! Here’s how to participate. Monday is red day, so post something red. Use the hashtags #AColorWeek and…

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Sunday Miscellany

It’s Sunday and while I’ve been thinking of sewing I haven’t been doing much and still haven’t taken pictures of the Carolyn Top so instead I’m sharing a few thoughts…Today is the last day of January and in 25 days I will be in Seattle for the weeken…

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21 Totally Awesome Adult Coloring Books

21 totally awesome adult coloring books featuredBeing a parent can be overly stressful. While there are many ways to unwind and enjoy some quiet, there is a new trend: Adult Coloring! But before you head to the dollar store to pick up a My Little Pony coloring book, you will want to check out this collection of 21 Totally Awesome Adult Coloring Books….

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The Beret/A Video

Last November, I made this beret pattern available and so many of you have asked for the pattern. Berets are easy to make and fun to wear.I found this picture and thought I would include it to give you an idea of the comparison of how I wear my beret a…

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Valentines Popcorn

valentines-popcorn-fiHere’s an easy and sweet snack to make with your sweethearts for Valentine’s Day – Valentines Popcorn.  There’s nothing more fun than sharing a big bowl of popcorn with your loved ones. Valentines Popcorn Here’s what you need to make Valentines Popcorn: 1/2 tsp sea salt 1 tbsp olive oil 1/3 cup popcorn kernels 5…

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A method for finishing the hem/facing intersection (photo tutorial) – Passo-a-passo ilustrado do acabamento da interseção da bainha com a guarnição

EN Summary: This photo tutorial explains the method I used to finish the hem/facing intersection on this unlined coat; this isn’t the only way to do it but worked fine with the Ponte knit fabric that I’m using. The photos are self-explanatory. Continue reading to see full content of this article.
PT Sumário: Neste artigo ilustro o método que utilizei para fazer o acabamento da interseção da bainha com a guarnição neste casaco sem forro; não é a única maneira de o fazer, mas resultou muito bem com este tecido de mlha estável que estou a utilizar. A sequência de fotos dispensa explicações. Continuem a ler para aceder ao conteúdo integral do artigo.

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I just can’t leave the jungle!

  A mauve zebra is: A. A popular cocktail during the 50’s containing Dr Pepper, gherkin pickle juice, vodka and a maraschino cherry soaked in grain alcohol. ‘Boy did I love fleet week! I got so tight on mauve zebras the sailors declared me a friendly port!’ B. Sir Edwin Quagshires political career was ruined […]

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DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos

DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho

Holaaaaa!!!!!! Que tal???? Hoy os comparto algo que llevo un año queriendo hacer 😀 Este chaleco con flecos estilo hippie-boho que me tiene enamorada desde hace tanto.

Aunque no se veía mucho por la calle, el estilo boho y los flecos comenzaron a llevarse la temporada pasada, pero no es hasta esta temporada que empiezan a pisar fuerte en las tiendas y escaparates.

DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
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DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
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Un chaleco, ya sea con tachuelas, motivos decorativos, con telas étnicas o estilo boho de ante con flecos como este, son un básico que anima un look básico de camisa blanca y pantalón negro.

Este chaleco, no es que sea fácil es que es facilisisiismoooo de hacer, y si no, cuando veáis el vídeo me contáis.

COMO HACER PASO A PASO ESTE CHALECO


MATERIALES

DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
LA TELA

La selección de la tela es imprescindible en este proyecto, elegid una tela que no se deshilache para no tener que realizar terminaciones de cuello bajo y sisas, y cuando hagáis los flecos no queden mal. Podéis elegir una antelina o un cuero, cualquier tela de piel vuelta que tenga cuerpo.

CHALECO

DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
DIY Tutorial y patrones chaleco con flecos boho
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We Like to Boogie

Flared jeans, I’m never taking them off!

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Blog Maintenance

Originally posted 2009-06-09 20:32:59. Republished by Blog Post PromoterWednesday, June 10, I am going to be doing some much delayed maintenance and upgrading of this blog. As a result, the blog may be down or not functional for some of the day until the maintenance is complete.

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Complete this Survey & Win Prizes

The fiber arts community needs your feedback! Please take ten minutes to complete the TNNA Fiber Arts 2016 Survey, part of a major study of U.S. knitters, crocheters, needlepointers, cross-stitchers, weavers, and spinners. By taking this survey you will . . . Help fiber arts organizations and businesses serve you better Tell retailers, manufacturers, and […]

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THIS WEEK IN SEWING BLOGS // vol. 76

Happy Sunday everyone! I’m currently in Vermont visiting a friend and knitting up a storm Read More >>

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Scrapbook Sunday: Create a Digital Photo Collage

I love the look of a grid of photos, so I decided to print them out in the same format as I would arrange them if I were to stick them into a page protector full of squares. I then went a step further and altered the collage to give it a little more depth than just a sheet of paper. As a girl that never does digital scrapbooking, this…

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Learn to Sew: How to Mark the Fabric Before You Cut and a Giveaway

Now that you’ve set up your sewing machine, practiced your stitches, chosen your fabric and pattern, your ready to to mark all of those pattern marks to your fabric. But which marks do you transfer and what should you use? … Continue reading

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Quick tip // storing receipts

One of the not so joyful parts of having a small business is the bookkeeping. Record keeping is one of those necessary evils – receipt keeping is the worst. It’s hard to keep everything in order and they just take up space. I’ve been through a number of different methods for storing receipts over the […]

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Curvy Sewn: Your Creations for January

Hello there! Welcome to our Flickr Parade for January!  In January, the Curvy Sewing Collective kicked off the new year with some fabulous projects! Clockwise From Bottom Left: Metropolitan Verano Blouse by Cookin’ and Craftin’; Seamster Sorrel Top by Show and Tell Meg; Hot Patterns Shirt-tail T by Cookin’ and Craftin’; Ottobre Jersey Top (02/2015) by Sweet Alchemy…

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15 Perfectly Healthy Snacks for Toddlers

15 Perfectly Healthy Snacks for ToddlersIt can be hard to find good snacks for toddlers. They seem to be so picky and of course, we want the things we feed our little ones to be healthy. We found some great snacks you can make right at home and keep around when your toddler is looking for a  quick bite to…

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January Indie Pattern Update!

I feel like I say this every month but err… where did January go?! We’re one twelfth of the way through 2016 already and I feel like we can’t possibly be more than a week in. I haven’t had time to get on my sewing machine since before Christmas guys …

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5 Practical Steps to Raising Uncommon Kids

practical steps to raise uncommon kidsEveryone’s looking for a quick fix these days. In a world where companies are creating ways for us to maximize our every minute, our culture as a whole is suffering when it comes to relationships and connections with each other. Sure, we can see pictures of our friends’ kids from across the country on Facebook,…

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What I’m up to

This month started off fairly relaxed, but as life does its thing, it began to be a bit more busy.I started back to school last week, and I’m scribbling up a nice time management planner, in addition to my little mini planner where I keep in my due dat…

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January school holidays

And just like that, the long summer school holidays are over.  Clare has had almost two whole months off; Stella and I have had five weeks.  We had a staycation this year, spending our days at home with only a couple of short trips to the country to visit my parents.  I had a list […]

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sewing fail – McCalls 7151

I always benefit from reading about other people’s sewing fails, which is why I blog pretty much absolutely everything that I sew.  Often I have a niggle in the back of my mind when I start to sew something that might not work out.  It’s not always right, but plenty of times it is. Lovely […]

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Easy One Pot Sausage & Rice

Easy One Pot Sausage and RiceThere’s not one week that goes by my kids don’t ask for their favorite turkey sausage. This has become a great go-to meal especially on nights we go to Taekwondo. So I’m always looking for ways to spice up my kids favorite dinner. This Easy One Pot Sausage & Rice recipe definitely does that. With…

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A Color Story Filters: How to Make Colors Pop!

Happy Saturday, everyone! Rosie here! I hope you’ve had a fun time exploring all the fun filters and tools in the A Color Story app. I’m so excited to share my favorite A Color Story filters for fashion and colorful backdrops, two things I love to photograph most! Although I definitely have a few go-to filters that I check before others, there’s no rule as to how each filter will…

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Amanda vs Black and White Quilt

Boo! Just had to get that surprise moment out of the way nice and early. Are you all settled back down now? I hope so. Maybe a nice cup of tea (or brandy – I won’t judge) at hand? Okay. Let’s get this over with… Over Christmas I totally went dark side (I blame The […]

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