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Cotton skirt pattern

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Пять удачных идей для переделки одежды из Пинтерест. Моя любимая летняя юбка из джинсов. | Магазинчик | Яндекс Дзен

Из старой одежды можно пошить уникальные вещи. Поэтому в моем доме стоят большие ящики, куда я складываю одежду, которую уже не ношу, и отправляю туда одежду своей дочери, которая не носит ее, потому что она вышла из моды. Поэтому одежды из джинсовой ткани у меня великое множество самых разных оттенков. А еще у меня большой ящик одежды

The Beginner’s Guide: Easy Skirt Patterns

As it’s “Skirts” month for our CSC Season of Separates monthly challenges, it seemed apropos to share some fast and easy beginner friendly skirt patterns. The following patterns are a few examples of

Sewing Like Mad: This is an adorable skirt.  Would love to try it out. Totally in love with this.

Just because the weather is getting colder, it doesn't mean that you have to give up on wearing your favourite piece of clothing – the skirt. In order to continue feeling elegant, feminine and playful, you just need the right type of skirt made from the right type of material…

Lego Sack tutorial--A play mat that can be cinched up when done into a bag to contain all the tiny pieces.  I am planning on using it with lincoln logs.

I’m revisiting the Lego Sack today and sharing the promised tutorial so that you can make one yourself! This really has been a great little bag and very helpful in playing with and packing Lego away. Read more about the first Lego Sack here. Before I go on, I need to stress that this ingenious sack is NOT my original idea. Mothers and Grandmothers have been making these for their kids to store Lego in for years. My guess is that it originated with someone using an old sheet to keep Lego mess…

Sewing Like Mad: Cotton summer skirts.

Over at the blog Crafterhours Skirt Week 2012 (which really is a month but who is counting) is in full swing and that made me think about...