Dear Alex Cole

I post fashion and DIY here. My mother taught me to sew when i was a little girl. I taught myself how to draft patterns from books at the local college library. It's not hard! Also i use one of THE mots annoying themes for no other reason than it reminds me of piles of photographs.

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Permalink Willow by Jolien-Rosanne
This. But in black. Step 1 Find a pattern. For free.: BAM!! 
How to make a simple chemise without a pattern knowing she used 12 meters of sparkle organza also helps. Man i thought organza was a hard fabric. that dress is so flowy… Actually THIS tutorial is 150 times more badass, {Tutorial} Chemise a la Reine / Chemise Gown when combined with the other tutorial.
Step 2: Find out what cloth wings are being made from, BINGO!! SHEER ORGANZA~Enchanted Hearth thank you! that petsy explains everything!~~ I already have a video cellophane wing tutorial that’s amazing! 
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ganbattesewing:

jigglypoo:

What’s the best fabric to use when making a corset top?

Any pretty fabric will work! Though, a lot of people choose brocade fabric because of the designs. Try checking out this video for more help: http://youtu.be/WSceazaNb9s

Permalink fyeahfreecrochet:

Crochet Flower Bookmark:

Flower Pattern Here
Leaf Pattern Here
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ganbattesewing:

artsyarata:

hey does anyone know where to buy a pattern for a sailor fuku!! :0 because they don’t sell them at local fabric shops ; A;

Try these tutorials:

Cotton broadcloth is a common fabric used, but feel free to use whatever materials you want~!