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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Museum Tunic + instructions
I’m thinking this would look elegant in a black fabric done as a maxi dress or make it super mini in a silky kimono-esque print.
And it looks like a fast enough project that it’s definitely possible to experiment!
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Bunny bag photo tutorial

diy-fairykei:

I though people might be interested in this, it is really simple to make your own cute bag out of a stuffed toy and a few basic sewing notions. I will be cross-posting this to Sew-loli and Lolita crafts, sorry if you get sick of seeing it!

Also, please let me know if anything isn’t clear, it is…

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Admin Junko's doing something a little different

art-and-sterf:

I’m going to stream myself crocheting! I have a recent crochet commission and now you can see my process! Come on down!

Permalink classymissmolassy:

Felt Egg Chicks (free pattern)
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Permalink truebluemeandyou:

DIY Pastel Kool-Aid Dyed Silk Thread Bracelet Tutorial from For the Makers. Top Photo: DIY Pastel Kool Aid Colors Tutorial from For the Makers. Bottom Photo: DIY by For the Makers. 
Kool-Aid Dye Chart here.
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clothing adjustments that need to happen

merlsemrys:

runningbox11:

• shirts actually designed for girls with larger chests
• plus size clothing ACTUALLY intended to accommodate plus size people not just scaled up littler clothing
• clothes for tall people that won’t ride up
• pants for people with no butts
• cute bras in bigger sizes
•the fashion industry’s understanding that there’s lots of body types and every body type deserves to feel good in the clothes they wear

pockets

(via hellochameleon)