What This Woman Does With a Sewing Machine Is Fantastic
Nature in Beautiful Embroidery art, nature, embroidery, sewing I'd love to have one of her creations, how nice!
10 Essential Sewing Tips You Cannot Do Without
I recall the first couple of years I started sewing. I had a tendency to do things the hard way, as I had never been taught the sewing tips and tricks that could make my job a little easier, even though with practice, I did learn a couple of nifty sewing hacks to speed up the process.
Don’t Let Broken Zippers Bother You Again. I’ve Found a Fix!
You might need to replace the zipper at a later stage, but there is a temporary fix to get your zipper functional without intense sewing. You just need to know how to use a needle and thread for this trick to work. The first thing you need to do is get the zipper slide back on its track.
She Makes Beautiful Sculptures out of Leaves and Crochet
Instagram A post shared by Susanna Bauer (@susanna_bauer) on Jun 19, 2016 at 6:30am PDT 23. 1, 2, 3 View this post on Instagram A post shared by Susanna Bauer (@susanna_bauer) on Feb 23, 2016 at 3:25pm PST Making Art from What Nature Discarded art, nature, beautiful, creative, fall, autumn, leaves, sewing
10 Super-Effective Tips No One Else Will Tell You About
Sew precisely by marking on your finger Here's a stitching tip for you: If you've always wanted to get precise stitching and didn’t know how, the method of doing this is simply by marking two lines on your finger that will show the distance between the stitches you have to make.
DIY: Make Your Own Face Mask in a Few Easy Steps
There are no-sew methods that are simple and accessible to anyone. Related Article: Washing Hands With Soap Is the Best Method to Fight COVID-19 Some Background on Face Masks It’s important to know there are two types of masks - Surgical masks and respirators, also known as N-95.
7 Cute Button DIYs You Can Do With the Whole Family
When you finish sewing the buttons, place the first piece of fabric on your work surface with the buttons facing down, and on top of it lay the second piece of fabric. Stick pins in the sides of the cloths to hold them together. 6. Sew three sides of the pillow, with a 1/2 inch seam.
Why Buy a Gift When You Can Make One for Less Than $10?
Source Take a jar and fill it with sewing instruments and accessories to create a charming sewing kit. Source If you knit or crochet, make a boot cuff for your boot loving friend. Source If you sew, use oil cloth to create colorful book covers.
Get Creative With These Great DIY Ideas!
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The Most Extraordinary Button Sculptures!
In this case, Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel creates incredible sculptures from thousands and thousands of sewing buttons. Using a fishing line, Esquivel carefully places his materials on the line in different colors, creating illusions of form and depth.
Remove Unwanted Hair in 5 Easy Steps!
By threading, or using sewing thread to pinch and remove unwanted hair, you will be able to get the job done faster, easier and with lots less pain involved! 1. Cut about 45 centimeters (18 inches) of sewing thread. 2. Tie a knot at one end of the string, making a loop. 3.
I Had No Idea that a Bar of Soap Could Be Used Like This!
This tip will save you a heap of time while you are sewing too. Wrap a bar of soap in some scrap fabric, holding it down with a pin or two. Then flip it over and stick the top half full of straight pins for all your sewing projects. What's more?
This Art May Be Small, but It's Extremely Beautiful!
From small hats and shoes to sewing machines and even a bakery stocked with cakes, her work takes you right back in time to Victorian England or Revolution-era France. If you enjoy what you see below, you can check out more of her work on her Instagram and Website page.
These Witty One Liners Tell the Sad Story of Finding Work...
After that, I tried being a tailor, but I wasn't suited for it - mainly because it was a sew-sew job. Next, I tried working at Starbucks, but I had to quit because I got tired of the same old grind.
Re-purpose Your Old T-Shirts with These 10 Cool DIYs
Sew three sides of the shirt and three-quarters of the fourth end. Turn the pillow right side out, fill it with filler and finish sewing the fourth side. Cut zigzag edges if you’d like and enjoy another special touch that will add to your already awesome pillow. [related_articles] 3.
Paper Towels Can Do Much More Than Just Mop Up Spills
De-Grease Your Sewing Machine Don’t fret if you’ve just oiled your sewing machine – use this trick to continue with what you were working on in no time at all. Take a paper towel and thread your sewing machine with it. Stitch a series of lines onto it to remove any residual grease from the oiling.
I Never Thought that Toothpicks Could Be Used in So Many Ways
Sew buttons: Keep a couple of toothpicks in your sewing kit, for sewing on buttons. Sewing experts often use toothpicks as a thread shank to create space between the button and the fabric. They will also prove to be useful in cleaning and repairing sewing machines.
Joke: Enlglysh is a Pane!
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104-Year-Old Crocheter may be the World's Oldest Street Artist
And this month, the mischievous knitters took to the streets, sewing up fences, benches and lamp poles all across the town in elaborate knitted art. The images below showcase her impressive knitting skills.
15 Handy Knots That Will Make Your Daily Life Much Easier!
From an adjustable tie for your sweatpants to a useful folding technique to keep your crackers fresh and plenty of sewing and embroidery shortcuts, we present to you 15 handy knots you’ll surely appreciate. 15 Handy Knots That Will Make Your Daily Life Much Easier!
Everyone Can Make This Cute'n'Easy DIY Sock Bunny!
Making a plushy generally requires elaborate sewing skills and a lot of patience. But this DIY bunny can be made by literally anyone - adults, children, and non-artsy-craftsy persons alike. All you need is just one sock, a bag of rice, a ribbon, a pair of scissors, a marker, and you're set.
Got a Knot in Your Jewelry? Here's How to Solve It!
All you need to rectify a knotted chain is a couple of sewing needles and one secret ingredient - one we bet you have sitting at home in your kitchen or bathroom closet right now. The secret ingredient? Oil, which means olive oil, vegetable oil, or even baby oil.
I Bet that You Never Thought of These Nifty Uses for Mason Jars
Sewing Kit Source A great way to keep your supplies at the ready when you need. Tip: Use a mason jar to store all your sewing kit essentials, needles, threads, safety pins, measuring tape and a pair of scissors. Complete the look by adding a pincushion atop the lid. 3.
If You Hide Money in These Places, Move it Now!
. • Store your savings among buttons, threads and other sewing equipment. Unless the thieves feel the need to sew something up, they probably won’t bother to look for money in there. • In some old shoes, clothes or an old computer that no longer works.