By Ann Martin
Make ornamental, uncomplicated homemade initiatives with this pleasant consultant to paper crafting.
Recognized paper artist Ann Martin has searched across the world for designated and gorgeous paper crafts to add on her renowned website—AllThingsPaper. during this booklet, she gathers thoroughly new tasks and indicates how one can lead them to in ways in which are shrewdpermanent and enjoyable. the entire paper initiatives are exceptional keepsakes, origami paintings or presents that categorical the wonder, attractiveness, and flexibility of paper.
All the initiatives during this ebook are designed by way of famous paper crafters like Benjamin John Coleman, Patricia Zapata, and Richela Fabian Morgan. they've got all been developing awesome items with paper for a few years. even if you're a newbie or were paper crafting for a few years, you're guaranteed to locate whatever you'll love in All issues Paper. quickly you can be in your strategy to growing your individual designs and paper art.I t is a smart publication for knowledgeable paper craft hobbyists trying to find new rules or for brand spanking new folders who are looking to research paper crafts from experts.
Projects during this booklet include:
• Candle Luminaries
• Citrus Slice Coasters
• Mysterious Stationery Box
• daily Tote Bag
• Silver Orb Pendant
• advantageous Paper Yarn Necklace
• and plenty of more…
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Transfer mark for end of casing to hood. Cutting Directions Draw the pattern for the hood, as in step 1. 5 cm) for seam allowances. Adjust the pattern length, if necessary. Cut two pieces from the fabric, two pieces from the lining, and two pieces from the foam interlining. Cut a rectangle of fabric, 2" × 4" (5 × 10 cm), for the closure underlap. For a hood with petals, draw a pattern as on page 80, planning nine petals to fit around the hood opening, between marked dots, plus one petal that will be attached under the chin.
Edgestitch along the fold from the right side, beginning at end of one tail, continuing around neckline, and ending at end of opposite tail. 14 Finish the lower edge of gown with overlock or zigzag stitch. 5 cm) for hem; stitch. Repeat for sleeve hems, for gowns that do not have gathered sleeves. 34 Creative Costumes How to Sew a Gown with Gathered Sleeves 1 Sew the gown as on pages 31 to 34, steps 1 to 14. 3 cm) twice on lower edge of the sleeve. Stitch close to the first fold, leaving opening for inserting the elastic.
Straight edges are center back of crown. 28 to determine the radius of the inner brim. Draw a circle with this radius. Draw another circle from the same center point with a radius of 11" (28 cm). Cutting Directions Cut one crown, one brim, and one brim lining from the fabric, following the pattern as drawn on this page, in steps 1 to 3. Cut one crown and one brim from interfacing. You Will Need • 11⁄8 yd. 05 m) black fabric, at least 45" (115 cm) wide • 11⁄8 yd. 3 cm) seam allowances to all curved edges.