attached is a pattern to sew diaper cover and then add your choice of frilled fabric and toile 
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sonme attached is a pattern to sew diaper cover and then add your choice of frilled fabric and toile www.prudentbaby.c...
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DIY Fabric Lined Drawers - this is such an easy way to add a fun pattern to the inside of your drawers!  And bonus...it's no sew and a perfect use for leftover fabric! by phyllis
phyllis
phyllis DIY Fabric Lined Drawers - this is such an easy way to add a fun pattern to the inside of your drawers! And bonus...it's no sew and a perfect use for leftover fabric!
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take a block of wood and cover it with your favorite fabric and then add hooks by esmeralda
esmeralda
esmeralda take a block of wood and cover it with your favorite fabric and then add hooks
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Share your love of sewing! Applique is pre-cut and ready to fuse to fabric. It's a low-sew project. by ma2cinniminni
ma2cinniminni
ma2cinniminni Share your love of sewing! Applique is pre-cut and ready to fuse to fabric. It's a low-sew project.
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Kwik Sew 3900 from Kwik Sew patterns is a Olivia's Organizers sewing pattern.  A couple of curtain poles, pouchees made from fabric or yarn could then be made to shapes perfectly suited for the items being stored! by joy
joy
joy Kwik Sew 3900 from Kwik Sew patterns is a Olivia's Organizers sewing pattern. A couple of curtain poles, pouchees made from fabric or yarn could then be made to shapes perfectly suited for the items being stored!
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Want to add a pop of color to your hair without dying it? Then this DIY is a great way to get the look without the permanent results! The secret trick you ask? Braided string and fabric! by penelope
penelope
penelope Want to add a pop of color to your hair without dying it? Then this DIY is a great way to get the look without the permanent results! The secret trick you ask? Braided string and fabric!
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cover canvas with a fabric to match your room then add hooks to hold jewelry or keys etc. ! by jthomason
jthomason
jthomason cover canvas with a fabric to match your room then add hooks to hold jewelry or keys etc. !
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Add a carefree element to your look every time you cover up with this open-front cardigan. Its woven fabric is delicately adorned with an abstract tonal diamond pattern, plus intricate crocheted trim and shoulder panels. A piece this pretty is practically guaranteed to become one of your most. £19.00 by Forever 21
Forever 21
Forever 21 Add a carefree element to your look every time you cover up with this open-front cardigan. Its woven fabric is delicately adorned with an abstract tonal diamond pattern, plus intricate crocheted trim and shoulder panels. A piece this pretty is practically guaranteed to become one of your most. £19.00
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Add a carefree element to your look every time you cover up with this open-front cardigan. Its woven fabric is delicately adorned with an abstract tonal diamond pattern, plus intricate crocheted trim and shoulder panels. A piece this pretty is practically guaranteed to become one of your most. £15.90 by Forever 21
Forever 21
Forever 21 Add a carefree element to your look every time you cover up with this open-front cardigan. Its woven fabric is delicately adorned with an abstract tonal diamond pattern, plus intricate crocheted trim and shoulder panels. A piece this pretty is practically guaranteed to become one of your most. £15.90
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DIY..lace insert in top  photo tutorial   BASICALLY in a nutshell here…buy a tee…buy some lace…pin the lace to back of tee. Sew lace on the tee.  Cut out fabric that is under the lace, but leave about and inch to sew back to the sides for stability. Then add a little “Fray stop..or Fray Check” to the edges of the cut lace.  And there you have it. by jacqueline
jacqueline
jacqueline DIY..lace insert in top photo tutorial BASICALLY in a nutshell here…buy a tee…buy some lace…pin the lace to back of tee. Sew lace on the tee. Cut out fabric that is under the lace, but leave about and inch to sew back to the sides for stability. Then add a little “Fray stop..or Fray Check” to the edges of the cut lace. And there you have it.
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thread and scrap art!  Lay "leavings" onto a piece of fabric, (thick enough but not to thick to sew over), place water-soluble fabric over top, and sew everywhere, wildly!  Run water on disolvable fabric, let dry, then cut out shapes, and add hilighting stitching (leaf veins, outlines, etc.)  love it - so quaint and different! by laurie
laurie
laurie thread and scrap art! Lay "leavings" onto a piece of fabric, (thick enough but not to thick to sew over), place water-soluble fabric over top, and sew everywhere, wildly! Run water on disolvable fabric, let dry, then cut out shapes, and add hilighting stitching (leaf veins, outlines, etc.) love it - so quaint and different!
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Summertime is the perfect time for infusioning oil-pictureded is some fresh rosemary from my backyard in grapeseed oil) Solar Infusion: place the herbs and oil(of your choice) in a glass jar and cover tightly. Place in a warm,sunny window and let infuse for about 2 weeks.Once the herbs have been infused into the oil,strain the mixture,bring to room temperature. You may then add a few drops of essential oils for even more stimulating properties by ashleyw
ashleyw
ashleyw Summertime is the perfect time for infusioning oil-pictureded is some fresh rosemary from my backyard in grapeseed oil) Solar Infusion: place the herbs and oil(of your choice) in a glass jar and cover tightly. Place in a warm,sunny window and let infuse for about 2 weeks.Once the herbs have been infused into the oil,strain the mixture,bring to room temperature. You may then add a few drops of essential oils for even more stimulating properties
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DIY Scrunch Belt
Start by cutting a length of elastic that fits around your waist, stretching comfortably.
Then cut a strip of fabric to cover the belt. Make it twice the width of your elastic + one inch for seam allowance. And 1.5 times the length of the elastic.
For example: 25 inches of 1" wide elastic would need a 37.5" x 3" strip of fabric.
Fold the strip over, right sides together, and pin.
Sew all the way down the edge, backstitching by Mudgey
Mudgey
Mudgey DIY Scrunch Belt Start by cutting a length of elastic that fits around your waist, stretching comfortably. Then cut a strip of fabric to cover the belt. Make it twice the width of your elastic + one inch for seam allowance. And 1.5 times the length of the elastic. For example: 25 inches of 1" wide elastic would need a 37.5" x 3" strip of fabric. Fold the strip over, right sides together, and pin. Sew all the way down the edge, backstitching
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This is wonderful! Much better than digging in my make up bag everyday! Magnetic Make-up board.  Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products by delia
delia
delia This is wonderful! Much better than digging in my make up bag everyday! Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products
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Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products by EllieCarson
EllieCarson
EllieCarson Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products
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Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products. by Grace Ganawah
Grace Ganawah
Grace Ganawah Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products.
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Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products. by Caroline Ashley
Caroline Ashley
Caroline Ashley Magnetic Make-up board. Cover a sheet of metal with fabric and glue to a frame. Add small magnets to the back of your make-up products.
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A no-sew easy to move "safety-curtain" for a classroom door. It is a dowel rod and command hooks spray painted with oil rubbed bronze and drawer pulls hot glued to the ends.  A no-sew curtain long enough to cover the door and then some is draped over the rod so the pattern shows from the outside too.  Roll up the material and then use Velcro to attach the ribbons. by roslyn
roslyn
roslyn A no-sew easy to move "safety-curtain" for a classroom door. It is a dowel rod and command hooks spray painted with oil rubbed bronze and drawer pulls hot glued to the ends. A no-sew curtain long enough to cover the door and then some is draped over the rod so the pattern shows from the outside too. Roll up the material and then use Velcro to attach the ribbons.
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Box Pleat Valance - add button bands on the corners, and can also add a strip of the contrasting fabric to the bottom of the Roman shade that is underneath.  She attached the valence to the front of the 2 x 4 wood with a piece of velcro for easy installation and removal. Fabric is Botany Flora in Taupe by Robert Allen. by O.T
O.T
O.T Box Pleat Valance - add button bands on the corners, and can also add a strip of the contrasting fabric to the bottom of the Roman shade that is underneath. She attached the valence to the front of the 2 x 4 wood with a piece of velcro for easy installation and removal. Fabric is Botany Flora in Taupe by Robert Allen.
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Reverse applique may sound fancy, but it’s actually a crazy-easy sewing technique that allows you to add tons of color, texture and pattern to your projects with very little effort. In this technique, two or more fabrics are layered and stitched together, then sections of the fabric are strategically cut away to reveal the color(s) beneath, essentially cr by @genevieve
@genevieve
@genevieve Reverse applique may sound fancy, but it’s actually a crazy-easy sewing technique that allows you to add tons of color, texture and pattern to your projects with very little effort. In this technique, two or more fabrics are layered and stitched together, then sections of the fabric are strategically cut away to reveal the color(s) beneath, essentially cr
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Get a small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across, then dress up with flowers by Shana_Shelia
Shana_Shelia
Shana_Shelia Get a small tent frame and drape a fabric of your choice across, then dress up with flowers
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Slice a zucchini in 1/2 lengthwise, then carve out the middle.  Dice the zucchini “meat”, then sauté it with other diced veggies/beans/protein of your choice (onions, black beans, tomatoes, grilled chicken, etc).  Add the sautéd mixture to cooked rice or quinoa (optional), then stuff the shells.  Place in a baking dish, cover with foil, & bake at 350F for 30-40 min--until zucchini is tender. by alba
alba
alba Slice a zucchini in 1/2 lengthwise, then carve out the middle. Dice the zucchini “meat”, then sauté it with other diced veggies/beans/protein of your choice (onions, black beans, tomatoes, grilled chicken, etc). Add the sautéd mixture to cooked rice or quinoa (optional), then stuff the shells. Place in a baking dish, cover with foil, & bake at 350F for 30-40 min--until zucchini is tender.
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Reverse applique may sound fancy, but it’s actually a crazy-easy sewing technique that allows you to add tons of color, texture and pattern to your projects with very little effort. In this technique, two or more fabrics are layered and stitched together, then sections of the fabric are strategically cut away to reveal the color(s) beneath, essentially cr by ada
ada
ada Reverse applique may sound fancy, but it’s actually a crazy-easy sewing technique that allows you to add tons of color, texture and pattern to your projects with very little effort. In this technique, two or more fabrics are layered and stitched together, then sections of the fabric are strategically cut away to reveal the color(s) beneath, essentially cr
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Add a Zipper to Your Pillow « Sew,Mama,Sew! Blog by janice
janice
janice Add a Zipper to Your Pillow « Sew,Mama,Sew! Blog
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handwoven shrug 25 x 60 ~ only two rectangles..measure and sew according to your arms length and then hem! Texture in the fabric gives it a gorgeus look! by KERENODELLE
KERENODELLE
KERENODELLE handwoven shrug 25 x 60 ~ only two rectangles..measure and sew according to your arms length and then hem! Texture in the fabric gives it a gorgeus look!
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T-Shirt quilt
T-Shirt Quilt

Using Clear square pattern, cut 30 t-shirts with rotary trimmer.

Buy Fabric for in between t-shirts
        And fabric for back of quilt
Buy batting for quilt enough for a queen size quilt 

Cut 4 – 4 1/2” x 90 strips (Set 2 strips aside)
Cut 9 – 2 1/2” x 90 strips (Set 4 strips aside)

Take remainder strips and cut into 14” pieces
10 – 4 1/2” x 14”
25 – 2 1/2” x 14”

keep extra pieces to add 4” to bottom of long strips

arrange t-shirt squares on floor 5 across and 5 down
(make sure there aren’t too many of the same color close together)

On the TOP of each t-shirt on the TOP row pin a 4 ½ x14 strip. Do the same on the BOTTOM of all the squares on the BOTTOM row.

Now pin a 2 ½ x 14 strip onto the top of all the other squares. 

It is helpful to pin a small piece of paper to the 1st square of each row  labeling the row.        1       2      3     4        5

Sew the strips onto the squares – be careful not to mix up the rows.

Now pin the rows downward to each other. Then sew.

Next pin a 4 ½ x 98”  strip to the outside row of row 1 and 5.  Then pin a 2 ½ x 98 strip to the other side of #1, 2, 3, & 4. Now you are ready to sew the strips together to the next row.

YOUR TOP IS DONE!

Take the fabric of the bottom and put right side up on the floor. Put the t-shirt top on upside down (Facing the other fabric) place the batting on top. PIN. Sew around all 4 sides leaving about 24” not sewn on the bottom.  Turn right side out. Top stitch around the outside edge of the quilt. You are now ready to tie the quilt or stitch around pictures on the t-shirts!

GOOD JOB! by leta
leta
leta T-Shirt quilt T-Shirt Quilt Using Clear square pattern, cut 30 t-shirts with rotary trimmer. Buy Fabric for in between t-shirts And fabric for back of quilt Buy batting for quilt enough for a queen size quilt Cut 4 – 4 1/2” x 90 strips (Set 2 strips aside) Cut 9 – 2 1/2” x 90 strips (Set 4 strips aside) Take remainder strips and cut into 14” pieces 10 – 4 1/2” x 14” 25 – 2 1/2” x 14” keep extra pieces to add 4” to bottom of long strips arrange t-shirt squares on floor 5 across and 5 down (make sure there aren’t too many of the same color close together) On the TOP of each t-shirt on the TOP row pin a 4 ½ x14 strip. Do the same on the BOTTOM of all the squares on the BOTTOM row. Now pin a 2 ½ x 14 strip onto the top of all the other squares. It is helpful to pin a small piece of paper to the 1st square of each row labeling the row. 1 2 3 4 5 Sew the strips onto the squares – be careful not to mix up the rows. Now pin the rows downward to each other. Then sew. Next pin a 4 ½ x 98” strip to the outside row of row 1 and 5. Then pin a 2 ½ x 98 strip to the other side of #1, 2, 3, & 4. Now you are ready to sew the strips together to the next row. YOUR TOP IS DONE! Take the fabric of the bottom and put right side up on the floor. Put the t-shirt top on upside down (Facing the other fabric) place the batting on top. PIN. Sew around all 4 sides leaving about 24” not sewn on the bottom. Turn right side out. Top stitch around the outside edge of the quilt. You are now ready to tie the quilt or stitch around pictures on the t-shirts! GOOD JOB!
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Jewelry storage - Cover a piece of wood with any fabric of your choice (burlap here - cheap!) and then screw on drawer pulls, which you can often get super cheap in a bin at Goodwill. by carina8
carina8
carina8 Jewelry storage - Cover a piece of wood with any fabric of your choice (burlap here - cheap!) and then screw on drawer pulls, which you can often get super cheap in a bin at Goodwill.
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Add a doily heart to a plain tee by painting fabric paint over a paper doily on a contrasting fabric, then sew on the shirt. by rosella
rosella
rosella Add a doily heart to a plain tee by painting fabric paint over a paper doily on a contrasting fabric, then sew on the shirt.
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Pattern for Baby Clothes - How to Sew Ruffled Diaper Cover for Baby - Sewing Pattern PDF by rhonda.white.52206
rhonda.white.52206
rhonda.white.52206 Pattern for Baby Clothes - How to Sew Ruffled Diaper Cover for Baby - Sewing Pattern PDF
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boxes from the Dollar Store, cover with scrapbook paper of your choice, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold by cecehall21
cecehall21
cecehall21 boxes from the Dollar Store, cover with scrapbook paper of your choice, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold
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Basically all you have to do is round up six empty cans, make them a pretty color of your choice using Krylon spray paint, glue them together and then attach a handle made out of some jute rope.  The rest is up to you, but for the craft caddy pictured above, Heather used a strip of burlap and some pretty, decorative ribbon to add some nice flair to her organizer. by brandi
brandi
brandi Basically all you have to do is round up six empty cans, make them a pretty color of your choice using Krylon spray paint, glue them together and then attach a handle made out of some jute rope. The rest is up to you, but for the craft caddy pictured above, Heather used a strip of burlap and some pretty, decorative ribbon to add some nice flair to her organizer.
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