Ruffles and Stuff posted this totally cute sewing tutorial for a scarf applique t-shirt dress. I would probably make a couple of changes - like maybe using some cute charm pack for the scarf and possibly doing the dress in a darker color t-shirt because Kamille trashes white within minutes. But, it is so cute. I will be making one.
scrunchy scarf sewing tutorial - it's more of a how to than a step-by-step photo tutorial of how to scrunch up scarves. Basically, you stitch with elastic thread in the bobbin of your machine. She used a straight stitch down the scarf, but when I did this before, I did a zigzag across the scarf. Try different patterns to see what you like. Anyway, this is a great project to remake scarves you may already have. Another nice thing about this concept is that it really shortens the scarf. So, you could take an adult scarf and make it shorter for a child.
Look Ma, No Patterns came up with the great little tutorial on a simple muff pattern. I do like a nice old school muff. It is especially nice for holiday portraits. Plus, these are very simple to sew. She uses fleece, but you could easily sub faux fur or upcycle an old real fur coat you make have in the closet.
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Some Fun Little Winter Sewing Tutorials
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