LOADING...

elviranazirova32@gmail.com https://www.pinterest.ru/handmadiya/ https://feeds.feedburner.com/Free-tutorialnet

Reversible Bucket Hat Pattern & Tutorial

Reversible Bucket Hat Pattern & Tutorial
Summer is here! The kids needed hats. Enter the Reversible Bucket Hat  (also available as a free pattern download here).

Draft and Sew a Custom Bikini Bottom - Tutorial

Draft and Sew a Custom Bikini Bottom - Tutorial

How To Draft a Pattern For a Simple Bikini Top & Bikini Bottom or Panty. Free Sewing Tutorial

Design and Sew a Sporty Bikini Top - Tutorial

Design and Sew a Sporty Bikini Top - Tutorial

I've decided that I want to add lap swimming to my weekly workout mixture, so I needed a new bikini that would be super cute, but also functional for swimming laps.  I'm not a fan of one pieces, which I suppose would usually be the go to swim suit for most people who swim laps...but of course I'm not like most people..haha!

How to Make Caterpillar. Free Pattern & Tutorial

How to Make Caterpillar. Free Pattern & Tutorial

Even a child can sew this caterpillar. And as a result - a funny and original toy, simply bribing with its simplicity :)) Of course, you can make it in any color, add all sorts of spots, change the length and width, as well as the number of legs :))))) The frame is also inserted at will. So...

Foundation Paper Piecing Tutorial & Pattern Quilt Block

Foundation Paper Piecing Tutorial & Pattern Quilt Block

Foundation Paper Piecing Free Tutorial  and Pattern Quilt Block (ArrowHead, Baby Bee, Jolly Roger, Spring Bee)

How to Make Selvage Fabric

How to Make Selvage Fabric

I've only been saving the selvages cut from my quilting cottons for about a year or so. I thought it would take much longer than that to amass enough to make anything significant however, I was mistaken.  My selvage pile grew very quickly and much to my surprise, I was able to make these two 24" square pillows for my sewing room without putting much of a dent in it.

Oilcloth Lunch Bag Tutorial

Oilcloth Lunch Bag Tutorial

A lot of hope rests in this little lunch bag:

    healthier lunches
    savings of dollars
    thinner thighs
    never having to eat the cafeteria’s sloppy joe again
    etc.



The first time I saw oilcloth, it was in a kids catalog, maybe Magic Cabin or something. A large piece of it had been edged and they were using it as an under-highchair splat mat. I thought it was pretty awesome, but we were beyond the age where we needed a splat mat. It’s taken me this long to realize that you can make things other than splat mats out of oilcloth.
Make Your Sack Lunch, a lunch bag tutorial
You will need:

    1/4 yard (not fat) oilcloth. I got mine at Sew Mama Sew. Modern oilcloth is pretty much like vinyl and not oiled cloth
    1/4 yard thin batting
    1/4 yard other plastic fabric for lining. I used a shower curtain because I had it left over from making sit-upons.
    3.5 in piece of velcro

EDIT – I thought I’d respond to a couple questions I got from people:
The oilcloth can be a bit of a challenge to sew, so you will probably be wrestling the material in your machine a bit more than you would with quilters’ cotton. You can line the bag with something other than vinyl. The vinyl was what I had handy, and it is easily wipeable, so that’s what I opted for. This pattern would also work for sturdy, non-plastic materials, like canvas. Hope you’re enjoying this and making some awesome lunch bags!

Kettle Handle Potholder Tutorial

Kettle Handle Potholder Tutorial

Last year I made kettle handle holder for my knitting buddies, and these potholders might actually be the thing I make that is most requested by family and friends. I used to think that people wanted it just for the cute factor. They would say they burned their hands on their kettles, but I didn’t quite believe them. That was before I got my new stove.