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A Special Embroidered Pencil Case

Posted by Simina Mattoo on

A Special Embroidered Pencil Case

Sewing Level: Beginner Sewing Tutorial: Youtube - Made Everyday: How to Sew a Lined Zipper Pouch Husband's Personal Opinion: "It's beginner friendly because there was a video to follow and it was a lot of straight sewing" Fabric Choice: You are Magical - Rainbows & Multi Spot Blender - Lavender   For those who don't know, my husband Rajan and I opened the fabric store together & it's safe to say that he has learned A LOT over a short amount of time.  Prior to opening the store, I had purchased a Brother SE600 Sewing & Embroidery machine which caught Rajan's attention. He decided...

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DIY Trendy Corset Top - Nava Rose Youtube Tutorial

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DIY Trendy Corset Top - Nava Rose Youtube Tutorial

Sewing Level: Beginner/Intermediate Pattern Size: OS - you will have to eyeball/adjust the size to fit you Personal Opinion: Being an experienced sewist is helpful, but it is beginner friendly as there is a detailed video that you can follow! Fabric Choice: Poly Silk Brocade: Black & Gold. $18/M (I used 1 M). One of my best friend's got married last week & it's safe to say that I am still suffering the consequences of a fun Indian wedding a week later (it's totally worth it though). It was so nice to finally be able to celebrate a wedding in a...

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Mc Call's M8181 - Peasant Blouse

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Mc Call's M8181 - Peasant Blouse

Sewing Level: IntermediatePattern Sizes: 6-8-10-12-14Pattern Size I Made: 10 (about a size 4 in Canada)Personal Opinion: There were many easy seams & a few difficult ones (uhmmmmmm k that's not very helpful is it?....) don't worry I will go into detail about this below.Fabric Choice: Petit Fleurs Blue 100% Cotton - $7/M on our website   While setting up shop at the beginning of May I came to the realization that it'd be a good idea to have a few samples made up using fabrics that I would have in the store. I rummaged through my stash of patterns that would...

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