Ruffle strap dress free pattern

inmysewingbox:

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Ruffle strap dress free pattern from Sallee on Burda.

sway-silence:

Bralette Sewing Pattern […] by OhhhLuluSews on Etsy.
jennascosplaytips:

Found this online. Great for those who are drafting hoods.
Hoods are one of those finicky things to draft if you never drafted hoods before.
Example Cosplay: Attack on titan capes

jennascosplaytips:

Found this online. Great for those who are drafting hoods.

Hoods are one of those finicky things to draft if you never drafted hoods before.

Example Cosplay: Attack on titan capes

(Source: jennacosplaypatterns)

holly-go-brightly:

DIY Microwavable Rice Heating Pads - Sew 4 Home
Perfect for winter weather. This step-by-step tutorial is really easy to follow, there are lots of pictures to compare your progress with.

These are also great for muscle and deep tissue related injuries. The heat helps loosen up the muscle so you can stretch it gently to heal faster!
-Theresa

holly-go-brightly:

DIY Microwavable Rice Heating Pads - Sew 4 Home

Perfect for winter weather. This step-by-step tutorial is really easy to follow, there are lots of pictures to compare your progress with.

These are also great for muscle and deep tissue related injuries. The heat helps loosen up the muscle so you can stretch it gently to heal faster!

-Theresa

motleymakery:

DIY Hand Embroidery:
Free pattern and tutorial from Anna Maria Horner on Sew4Home.

motleymakery:

DIY Hand Embroidery:

Free pattern and tutorial from Anna Maria Horner on Sew4Home.

andycoronita:

DIY on We Heart It.

Tags: flower sewing

classymissmolassy:

Peacock Costume Tutorial.
classymissmolassy:

Peacock Costume Tutorial.

DIY Travel Tea Kit

savvyliterate:

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So, I love tea. I also travel quite a bit. You never know when you’ll be standing somewhere wanting a nice, hot mug of tea. Or, you’ll eat something that messed with your stomach and find yourself rooting through your bag for that packet of chamomile you stashed. Right, you need an emergency tea stash.

There are a few travel tea kits out there. Teavana has one for $25, but that’s a bit too expensive and bulky. Then, I came across this blog post. This wonderful lady had created her own travel tea kit by sewing a little boxy pouch from this tutorial. It’s little and perfect for tucking into a purse or bookbag.

What you’ll need for your travel tea kit:

  • 1 small, boxy pouch (tutorial here)
  • Tea! These pouches will easily fit two of the 2 oz. Adagio sampler tins or a mix of other items. I have nine pouches of tea (chamomile, hot cinnamon spice, and maple) and an old Adagio sampler tin cleaned and filled with DAVIDsTEA chocolate chili chai.
  • Travel filters if you have loose-leaf tea. You can find them at your local tea shop or through a place like DAVIDsTEA
  • A tiny scoop (optional). If you happen to have a tiny scoop laying about, that’ll be perfect. Or, you can use the extra room in your pouch for a small timer, though I use my iPhone for that. Or, just cram in a few more tea pouches if you’re going to be away from home for awhile.

Click the read more to see photos of my kit coming together.

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