I have another easy sewing project for you all. Today I will show you how to make an apron out of a tea towel. So I bought this tea towel last spring, I fell in love with the prints it came in set of 3 in different colors pink, yellow and teal. I couldn't bear to use it as a rag they are just so pretty. One day I decided to turn them into an apron that I can use and look stylish when cooking. I hope this sewing tutorial will give you some sewing ideas, be inspired and soon will add to your sewing project to do list!
Hi #craftyfans for today's tutorial is super easy perfect sewing project for beginners. I don't know about you but for me finding a modest dress that fits properly is very hard to find. I may find a long dress but the bodice is way too big or I may find a dress that fits perfectly on top but it is short. In the real world you can't really find a dress that will meet your style or size without taking it in or adding on to it.
Watch the video tutorial on how to add length to a short dress, in this video I will also show you how to easily take in the sides of the dress. If you don't have a sewing machine you can always hand sew it. I have done that before when I did not have a sewing machine. It will just take sometime but it is doable.
Today's tutorial is a really quick sewing ideas, perfect sewing project for beginners. I have been wanting to make a faux fur throw blanket in a while, not only it is trendy but also cozy and perfect for cold winter months. I used 2 yards of faux fur fabrics and 2 yards of bridal satin fabric for this sewing project. It was so easy I basically sew the two fabrics together, right sides are facing. I made sure I left a 10 inches opening so that I can turn the fabrics right side out. I then hand sewn the opening closed tucking in the raw edges neatly.
Happy New Year #craftyfans! Today's tutorial is my very first sewing project of 2017 also the first episode of It's Sew Time! A show where you can expect to see new sewing tutorial every Friday at 6:00 AM Central Time.
This project is very easy to recreate, I just traced a dress that fits my model very well then I added a few simple design like lace trim on the front and puff sleeves. This fabric was a thrift find for .25 it was a vintage fabric. Watch the video tutorial if you like to see the process of how I made this cute and simple dress.
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