How to Sew a Designer strip Sleeves

Latest Pearl and Strip Sleeves Design for Kurti:

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15+ Different Types of Sleeves Designs

Sleeves are such an important part of clothes as it is one of the first things you see in a garment. They should fit properly and be comfortable to wear as well. Sleeve styles vary greatly with time and fashion.

Fashions of sleeves come and go. One moment a particular sleeve may be in fashion but then they disappear completely for decades to resurface later and become a rage again. I remember wearing loose puff sleeves in my teenage years as it was in fashion; now I cannot imagine wearing them, one because it absolutely kills my body shape and two they are luckily not in fashion.

DIY Felt Baby Booties Easy Pattern (Tutorial)

I saw the tiny toes of my newest nephew, i wanted to make him some booties. Without knowing how to crochet or knit, i went with my favorite medium: felt. i winged it with the pattern, but i’m pretty happy with how they turned out! tiny shoes are just the cutest.

Required Materials:

  • 1 sheet colored felt
  • 1 sheet white felt
  • 1 sheet black felt
  • white embroidery floss
  • 40″ of white cord, cut in half

  • cut out pieces according to pattern.
  • punch holes for lacing (i used a leather punch)

  • blanket stitch the sides and top edge of back panels.
  • overlap the toe cap 3/8″ from the edge of the tongue. blanket stitch pieces together.
  • blanket stitch around the tongue

  • mark the center back of back panel with a pin.
  • fold the loops in half lengthwise and stitch to center back, using an X.

  • sandwich all 3 layers of the sole together. use pins to mark where toe cap placement.
  • baste around the toe cap, 1/8″ from the edge.

  • gather basting stitches and pin to the sole, lining up with markings
  • stitch toe cap to sole, going through all layers.
  • once around the toe cap, reverse stitch back through all layers.
  • remove basting stitches. fill toe with tissue and press the seam allowance so it lays flat.

  • pin center back of back panel to center back of sole.
  • starting where the toe cap ends, stitch sides and back panel to the sole, going through all layers.
  • when you reach the toe cap on the other side, reverse stitch back through to the beginning.
  • lace up and slip in your tiny toes!

Hope you like this tutorial.

Source: whatido.com

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DIY Fashion: Round Neck Design for Kurti with Mirror work

In the exquisite shade of everlasting style, the night dark comes a delicate and warm knitwear kurti adorned in the lovely mirror work at the neck to rouse a vivid polished craftsmanship to the winter miseries. Encourage your winter style in comfortable warmth. The back additionally comes in the comparable mirror work. Combine this lovely kurti with a coordinating churidar, warm tights or with a couple of your most loved pants, and complimenting scarves to set out in vogue style.

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How to decorate saree from fabric pompom

What you’ll need : :

  • Scrap fabric pieces measuring at least 2″x 2″ each
  • Purchased Pompoms
  • Pearl Cotton or DMC embroidery floss
  • Sharp scissors and an embroidery needle
  • Note * Click on any of my images for a larger picture

Making the Fabric Pompoms : :

1. Place the pompom in the center of the fabric scrap 2. Fold the edges of the fabric up around the pompom 3. Wrap the floss around the fabric right above the pompom 4. Knot thread ends together well, trim, and trim the fabric ends even Continue making your Fabric Pompoms until you have the amount you need. Fabric Pompoms Details : :

I’m adding mine to my Fabric Lover’s Apron, any item will use these same instructions.

1. Layout your design 2. Place the Fabric Pompom onto the item 3. Using a needle threaded with floss and knotted at one end, insert the needle at one side of the pompom pulling up through the back of the fabric item 4. Pull thread all the way through until it catches the knot 5. Insert the needle on the other side of the pompom, pulling back though the fabric so the floss is holding the pompom tightly in place 6. Knot well, close to the fabric, and trim away excess floss Continue until all of your Fabric Pompoms are attached. Voila! You’re finished!  Variation ideas : : You can reverse how you attach them so only the Fabric Pompom ball is showing for a less funky look. You can add them to a pillow this way or attach these just as you would purchased pompom fringe. Here is an example of that on a pillow of mine from Pier1. I hope you enjoy this tutorial!!! This Fabric Pompom detail is something I’ll certainly be adding to the edges of many of my own handmades!