We Love to Sew - Bedrooms: 23 Projects Cool Stuff for Your Space

We Love to Sew - Bedrooms: 23 Projects Cool Stuff for Your Space

Annabel Wrigley

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 1607058243

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Whip the girl in your life into a bedroom decorating frenzy with We Love to Sew—Bedrooms by Annabel Wrigley of Little Pincushion Studio. With 23 easy-to-sew and no-sew projects that range from simple to moderately difficult, this inspiring book encourages kids to mix and match a variety of styles, from modern to boho to whimsical. Also included are detailed instructions on creating mood boards to capture their very own unique vision, as well as basic information about sewing, supplies, and sewing machine basics that will lay the foundation for a lifelong love of all things handmade.

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The pillow front to dry for about an hour before removing the tape. Lay the pillow front on a flat surface on top of a drop cloth or paper. Using the sponge stenciling brush, apply the paint, making sure to use a tapping up-anddown motion around the masking tape area. Wait another hour; then cover the painted area with an old towel or 10. pressing cloth, and iron the design. 3. Attach third strip thepaint, sameand way, pin, and This awill heat setinthe sew. you’re ready to finish the pillow.

Vibes yo ur way, — Annabel xo WE LOVE TO SEW—BEDROOMS r How to Use T his Boo k In this book, some of the projects are pretty easy, and some are a bit more challenging. You’ll notice that each project has a symbol at the top. Here’s what each symbol means. easy peasy teeny bit challenging EASY PEASY Start with these projects, especially if you are not super comfy yet with using your sewing machine. These are fun projects that need a little or no hand sewing. You’ll have no trouble finishing.

Your trash can lid •• High-loft (super fat) batting, at least as big as your trash can lid •• Hot glue gun •• Sharp r Let’s Make It! r Ask for help from an adult to remove the lid handle. tip If your trash can do es not have a rem ovable handle, ask an adult to fla tten the handle wi th a hammer or mallet. This is defin itely grown-up wo rk, so don’t be afraid to ask for he lp! scissors * I found mine at Home Depot and IKEA. ** You need enough fabric to be as wide as your trash can.

All about! This is your chance to express yourself. Imagine what a boring world we would live in if no one ever expressed their own creativity! So, you have just started sewing on a machine but you are busting to make a more complicated project from this book. Take my advice: Get in a little more practice! Make sure you are confident sewing a straight line, sewing with the edge of the presser foot on the edge of the fabric, sewing around corners, and threading your machine. Take a look at the.

Sewn using the regular presser foot that comes with most sewing machines. For that reason, these project s use a 3⁄8 ˝ seam allowance. That means that most of the project s can simply be sewn with the edge of the foot on the edge of the fabric! T h is s u r e is a funny name; I am s u re you are th inking , “W hat is a fa t quar ter?” Fat Quarter A fat quarter is a quarter of a yard of fabric, but it is not a regular quarter yard, which is 9˝ × 44˝; it has a different shape. To get a fat.

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