DIY: Beautiful Mobile Cover

Required Material:

  • The basic fabric padding polyester,
  • The fabric for the lining,
  • Different materials for decoration.

To cover carve out a rectangle the size of which will depend on your tablet. I look forward to the width of the rectangle as follows: the width of the tablet + two plate thickness + 1 cm + 1 cm allowance on the thickness of padding polyester. The height of the rectangle = height + tablet allowances. After the main part is cut, stitching it together with synthetic padding. And sew cover on the side seams. Try on the resulting “pouch” on the plate, make sure that all the measurements done right.  Now take the lining. We take the same height, as in the previous parts, but the width is calculated as the sum of allowances (I 1 cm) and the width of the inner part, which is obtained in the previous step. (The fact that the width of the pad will be slightly smaller than the width of the rectangle of the base fabric by padding polyester layer). Cut out the lining, sew along the side seams, while necessarily leaving nezashitym hole to cover then you can turn on the front side. Try on the tablet.  Time to reflect on how the case will zakryvatsya- can use a magnetic button, button, or, as in my case- Velcro. I carve and sew a small valve, which will shut case.  We put the wrong part of the cover into the rectangle of the base fabric (make sure that the front of the items placed together), between them put the valve is sewn. Wrenched the resulting cover on the front side (through the hole that was left in the backing parts), paving the decorative stitch along the top seam, and be sure to sew up the hole in the lining. Source

Handmade cloth bag patterns

Different type of cloth bag patterns!

We offer a wide variety of handbag, purse, tote bag and travel bag patterns to suit your every need.

Create a bag that you can carry for any occasion or during any season. This free purse pattern is absolutely perfect in every way and is great for moms and grandmas on the go.

Handmade cloth bag pattern ideas

There are many different ways to make a cloth bag, but using a pattern is often the easiest way to get started. There are a variety of different patterns available for handmade cloth bags, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Whether you want a simple tote bag or something more elaborate, you can find a pattern to suit your taste.

Creative swan theme handmade cloth bags design

Pink Handmade cloth bag design for girls and kids

Red flower cloth bag design

Cute patchwork bag design

Colorful cloth bag design

Tote Bag With Patchwork

Handmade cloth bag

Patchwork cloth bag pattern

Cloth bag for girls

Cloth bag pattern for married women

Denim cloth bag pattern

Cloth bag pattern for Girls

Cloth bag pattern for Mother

Cloth bag pattern for Animal Lovers

Cloth bag pattern for Kids

Cloth bag pattern with Lotus Flower

Cloth bag pattern for Denim Lovers

Cloth bag pattern with Wooden Handle

Cloth bag pattern for Storing Daily Items

Elegant cloth bag pattern

Cloth bag design with flowers

Cloth bag design with leather belt

Types of Cloth Bag Patterns

1. Cloth Bag Patterns

Cloth bags are great for storing small items, especially if they have a drawstring closure. You can make them out of any fabric you want, but I recommend using cotton or linen fabrics. If you use a heavier fabric, you may need to add some weight to the bottom of the bag to keep it from flopping over.

2. Drawstring Bags

Drawstring bags are similar to regular cloth bags except that they have a drawstring at the top instead of a zipper. These types of bags are great for storing smaller items, like keys, coins, and jewelry.

3. Handbag Pattern

This pattern is perfect for making a handbag! You can use any type of fabric you want, but my favorite is canvas. You can find free printable patterns online, or you can buy a pattern book.

4. Tote Bag Pattern

Totes are great for carrying groceries, school supplies, and other things around the house. You can make these bags out of any type of fabric you choose, but I recommend using canvas or denim.

5. Zipper Bags

Zipper bags are great for storing larger items, like books, magazines, and clothes. You can make these out of any type of material you want, but I prefer using nylon or polyester.

6. Fabric Flower Bags

Flower bags are great for holding flowers. You can make these from any type of fabric you like, but I recommend using a lightweight fabric.

7. Fabric Flower Pots

These flower pots are great for growing herbs indoors. You can make these pots out of any type of plastic or ceramic material you want, but my favorites are terracotta and clay.

Homemade small sewing basket

Today a boss and a little tutorial to make a cute little stitching bag, inspired by the scrap booking tote bags, which you will be able to see page 78 of my last book, Workshops, and sewing corners.

To make it, you need:
– of matching cotton,
– of interlining to stiffen and reinforce the small pockets
– of Vlieseline X50 or H630 (a little fleece and Thermo coll ante on one side) to give a holding to the basket.
– the bias (or bias) associated with the selected tissues.

Here are the templates of the different parts: pdf file to print the sewing margins are not included Parts A and A “bis”: long side of the basket where the handle is (to be cut 4 times in the fabric, interlining Colleton e) Parts B and B “bis”: small side of the basket (cut 4 times in the fabric, 2 times in the interlining ….é ). Exhibit C: backplane (2 times cut in the fabric, interlining 1 time in …..é ). And the sizes of the small pockets (sewing margins are not included)

Pocket d: large pocket of part A (to be cut once in the fabric and once in the interlining) Pocket e: small pocket of part A (to be cut once in the fabric and once in the interlining) Pocket f: medium pocket of the piece Abis (to be cut once in the fabric and once in the interlining) Pocket g: left pocket of B (to be cut once in the fabric and once in the interlining) Pocket H: Right B pocket (to be cut 1 time in the fabric and 1 time in the interlining) Pocket i:  left pocket (to be cut once in the fabric and once in the interlining) Pocket j: pocket (To be cut 1 time in the fabric and 1 time in the interlining) Step 1: Prepare the 4 sides of the baskets and the bottom of the basket ■ Draw and cut each piece in the outer fabric and inside the fabric by adding The margins of seams.

■ Cut parts A, B and C in the fleece fabric without seam allowance and attach each piece of fleece to the corresponding piece of the outer fabric. Wait about ten minutes before handling them again.

■ Sewing the handles of the parts A: Place the outer part An on the inner part A, right side up and sew the opening on the right stitch (place the fleece over you, redraw the hole on the fleece).

Using a chisel or wire cutter, slit the inside of the opening and crunch the ends.

Pass the outer fabric through the hole in the opening, position the pieces face-to-face and stitch the round of the opening.

Finally, bend the handle between the 2 markers. You get this:

■ Prepare sides B : place each inner piece on each outer piece, place against the place and assemble the top edge.

Turn over, place iron and stitch on place 0.5cm from an edge.

Step 2: Prepare the pockets.

■ For pockets, choose to border the edge that remains open, or make a simple hem if the fabric is thick enough, or double with another fabric.

Think about covering the fine fabrics so that the pockets have the hold and can contain the material that you will put in it.

■ Attach the pockets to the sides of the basket.

You can divide one of the large pockets of the sides An or Abis, by sewing straight lines that will make separations for your pencils, rulers etc.

We obtain the 4 sides thus, and the bottom:

■ Mounting the basket:

Scuff the sides and bottom. Assemble the sides together, then sew the bottom of the basket.

And return to the place:

So here is a small storage basket, to divert according to your desires (for children’s felts and pencils, makeup products in the bathroom etc), a gift idea more for Christmas approaching;)

Different Types Of Kurta Neck Designs

Kurta have become a very integral outfit it Indian fashion industry. From parties to casual wear for your work everyday, Kurta Neck designs are most popular and become a big fashion statement. The ease of collaborating bright hues with a salwar or churidars or even a pair of jeans or palazzos, Kurta have become handy.

There are various necklines available in the kurta that give you a look ranging from ravishing to a perfect traditional blend. Let us have a look at what necklines you must find and go for at various occasions.

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How to make beautiful mini yurt

Mini yurt 1

I miss the big white yurt it? DIY a bar, mini cute, little deformation, but also as a paper towel tube. Tools and materials required: ready required fabric material, good iron stick lining, and cotton shop. Production steps: prepare two table cloth and consistent Round and Baguette cardboard. Sewed up the table cloth, white plastic cast. The cardboard glued to the inside, then the tablecloth sewn together. Prepare four windows and doors with a cloth, and sewn. The doors and windows were sewn on the right position in the cylinder. Remove the roof made of seven sectors cloth, rope through the red cloth to do the roof. The pieces of cloth are stitched together to form a headpiece. Finally sewn flower ball fixed on the roof, on the cylinder cover, cute and practical mini yurt is complete.

How to make children fabric hat

Children hat Fabric 2

Children hat fabric is beautiful and protects small solar rays, which can be very harmful during certain hours of the day.

Fabric Children Hat Model

To make this craft you will need:

1. thick fabrics of your choice and with the colors or prints also of your choice
2.seam line with the color matching with the chosen materials
3.Ornaments of your own or common ribbons, jute tape, signings, trimmings, rustic wire, sequin lace, lace nozzles, inset and haberdashery that you want to use to decorate your piece
4.common scissors
5.Scissors for fabric
6.Measuring tape
7.Pins for sewing
8.hand needle
9.Sewing machine
10.Chalk or pencil for sewing
Molde (image below)

Step by Step Child Hat Fabric

Start separating all the materials you will use in your craft. Then transfer the mold parts for the respective colors of the selected tissues. Remember to adjust the hat size to the size of the head of your child.

Then sew the flaps and the canopy.
After that, mount the outside of his hat, sewing all parties. Keep aligned seams. The seams are with another line color for easy viewing of the walkthrough, but you should sew with a line with a color similar to the color of the fabric. Now sew the lining. Then place a piece of work on the other, with the sides of the right of the tissues together, inside, and sew around, but leaving an opening. Soon after, to finish your piece, turn the piece to the right side of the fabric and close the opening with stitches by hand with the aid of hand needle and thread for sewing. Grace your hat with whatever you want. And you are done!