How to Take in the Waist on a Pair of Blue Jeans | eHow.com
If your waist is quite a bit smaller than your hips, you may suffer from “gaposis” when you buy jeans to fit your hips. This leaves plenty of room in the waistband, creating a clear view of, ahem, you know, your unmentionables. Well, there is a fix for your jeans to help keep those unmentionables unmentionable.
A Tutorial - Hemming Jeans - a quilters technique
While at a sewing class last week, I commented to the quilter next to me, that on my list of things to do was hemming jeans. She and then ot...
Túnica feminina plus size com molde com as medidas
Esta túnica feminina plus size é muito fácil de cortar e costurar. Escolha um tecido a condizer com a época do ano para fazer esta bela túnica.
How to Sew A Centered Zipper—A Pinless Technique
Nancy Zieman of Sewing With Nancy show how to sew a centered zipper. Learn easy sewing techniques in her quilting blog and on Sewing with Nancy on Public TV.
Bags from rags
Shopping bags and a bra washbag made from recycled jeans and curtains: These were all made as presents for Christmas and nearby birthdays. Each bag is a bit different as I try out new things and according to the properties of the jeans I have available. I only use jeans that have something wrong…
Altering Jeans: Shorter (with Identical Hem)
Can anyone on this planet find the perfect pair of jeans? There are so many things to look for in a perfect pair of jeans. First, there's the waist. And then the fit in the legs. And then the fabric stretch. And ah man, now you have to choose from boot cut, skinny jeans, trouser cut, straight leg, blah, blah, blah. And what about the color.....gosh, the right shade can do everything for a pair of pants. And the list goes on. And just when you think you have found the perfect pair of…
inspiration: vintage bowtie skirt at a thrift store i found a long skirt and turned it into this: the before/after photo: i cut the botton of the skirt to the right length and altered the hips and the thighs part. and with the bottom part i cut off, i made the bowtie. cut 2 layers of fabric into a rectangle sew around the edges, leaving a 2" opening using the 2" opening, flip it to right side out fold a small fabric and sew one side closed flip it right side out and fold it in half and sew…