By Annabel Wrigley
Whip the lady on your existence right into a bed room adorning frenzy with We like to Sew—Bedrooms by Annabel Wrigley of Little Pincushion Studio. With 23 easy-to-sew and no-sew tasks that diversity from basic to reasonably tough, this inspiring booklet encourages young ones to mix'n'match numerous types, from smooth to boho to whimsical. additionally integrated are precise directions on developing temper forums to seize their own special imaginative and prescient, in addition to uncomplicated information regarding stitching, offers, and stitching computer fundamentals that would lay the basis for a lifelong love of all issues home made.
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Repeat all these steps to create more curtain panels. 63 Simple Window Panel Finish Up 1. 2. Fold over the top of the panel 1/2˝, and iron in place. Fold over again 4˝, and iron. 3. 4. Pin in place. 5. Sew nice and close to the folded edge. Trim all the loose threads. With a little help from an adult, slide a curtain rod through the top of your panel, and you’re all done! Time to hang your glorious panels. Don’t they look fantastic?
This means that you will also have to sew around a corner. L Sewing Around a Corner Start at the top right side, and beginning with a backstitch, stitch down to the bottom corner. Stop the machine, make sure the needle is down in the fabric, lift the presser foot, and turn your fabric. Lower the presser foot, and sew to the next corner. Continue doing this until you have sewn all four sides. Topstitch Don’t forget to backstitch at the end. Sew a straight stitch to give your work a neat, finished look.
E Go out into the world and look around you. Go to the public library and look at magazines; print pictures from the Internet; visit thrift shops and delve into the bric-a-brac boxes for do-it-yourself ideas and inspiration. Your inspiration is out there; you just need to get out there and find it! 38 WE LOVE TO SEW—BEDROOMS L L Maybe it is a color that inspires you. Use your newly found mood board skills to create a mini color mood board. 39 Finding Your Inspiration Thrifting for Great Fabrics So, you have chosen a color and a look, and you are ready to start looking for fabric to make one of these fun projects.