You can see just how easy this curtain is to make in my step by step tutorial here!
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By Whitney / May 15, 2019 / No Comments Last weekend we took a quick trip up to Branson for a little vacation at Silver Dollar Citybasically my favorite place on Earth. .
Dont forget to share a pic of your finished block with #SamplerSewAlong so we all see it!Glass, and Plastic and, other recyclable materials.We have gone together as a family for the past nine years. .By Whitney / April 10, 2019 / No Comments Well, this is not a story I ever expected to be sharing, but I ended up in the ER two weekends ago because I cut off part of my finger! .I loved making the curtain this way because it can be very difficult to cut a large piece of fabric to just the right length.I show how my finger is healing, talk about my new Patreon page, share some projects Im planning and more. .It was interesting to sew with because of how the fabric is woven and I like the look and feel of the finished bag, but Im not sure how long it will last before the fabric starts ripping around the stitches. .Now for a little bit of math. .
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If you make a skirt from this tutorial I would love to see a pic. .Not going to lieI did bribe my daughter with a piece of candy to get these pics But she looks so stinking cute that it was worth it! .Which t-shirt quilt style do you prefer? .This method works for any waist/hip size from about 18 to 30 inches. .Until next time, Happy Sewing!I extended the challenge to anyone else who has their own fabrics stash and wants to join. .You can find the PDF.I didnt have time to film a new tutorial, but thats OK because I have a lot of updates to share. Go Green Recycling has grown to 6 locations since 2007).I made a basic pattern for my bag that measures 8 inches poker richest man wide and 8 1/4 inches long with the bottom two edges slightly rounded to give the pouch a nice round bottom. .But one thing I dont love are the plastic produce bags. .You can share them on my Facebook page or on Instagram using #WhitneySews Until next time, Happy Sewing!I would love to hear what you would use this bag for and what I should keep in mine!