Yesterday you learned how to make delicate organza flowers. Let's put them to use with this Turquoise 2010 project. You'll also use your new skill of inserting concealed zippers. Why ... it's like three projects in one! We love the swirling...
Yesterday you learned how to make delicate organza flowers. Let's put them to use with this Turquoise 2010 project. You'll also use your new skill of inserting concealed zippers. Why ... it's like three projects in one! We love the swirling pattern on this brocade. Very elegant， and yet it doesn't detract from the beautiful flowers.
Read more about 2010's favorite color and see some of our other favorite turquoise fabrics.personalized christmas ornaments
If you're new to invisible zipperspersonalized gifts for kids， check out our tutorial， Invisible Zippers Are Your Friends. You'll notice this is the pretty pillow we used to do that tutorial.
Project Design： Alicia Thommas Sample Creation： Kathy Andrews， What Sew Ever
Other machines suitable for this project include the Bernina activa 210 and the Elna 2300.
Did anyone ever try to teach you origami? If so, a paper crane was likely your first, and maybe your only, project. So here's your little known fact for the day: origami is Japanese paper folding; its predecessor is the Chinese paper art called zhe zhi. The graceful crane is revered in China as the symbol for longevity. Although often depicted in flight, the cascading pleats on both the front and back of our Standing Crane Pillow?simulate the beautiful folded wings of a crane at rest. Silk dupioni gives the pillow its shimmering finish.?
Erin Kern who runs the blog Cotton Stem out of Owasso, Oklahoma, first created her book wall art back in 2015. “It was an original idea at the time, at least to me,” she told TODAY Home. “And it's been quite the honor to see it re-created and expounded upon.”