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How To Make An Emperor Parabuddy Paracord Zipper Pull Lanyard Tutorial

How To Make An Emperor Parabuddy Paracord Zipper Pull Lanyard TutorialWOE Recommended Tools and More ▶https://www.amazon.com/shop/theweaversofeternityBuy Gre...

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52 zippers #32: Sleeping bag pouch - a Little Crispy

So this week I made a zipper pouch for my youngest son to hold his colored pencils. I wanted something that would open wide enough to expose all of the pencils so he could see and choose colors easily instead of rooting around in a dark pouch.

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tote bag nanny in gold, tote bag cotton nanny, tote bag, tote bag, changing bag, cotton tote bag, summer bag, tote bag summer, cotton bag - Natural

tote bag nanny in gold, tote bag cotton nanny, tote bag, tote bag, changing bag, cotton tote bag, summer bag, tote bag summer, cotton bag These long handle full-color tote bags are great for all your grab and go needs. They feature cross stitching on handles for more stability, and will be a great canvas for your designs. They are made of 100% cotton fabric.\n.: 100% Cotton\n.: One size\n.: Multiple color options\n.: Cross stitching on handles

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DIY Flutter Sleeve Shirt

I love basics. Don't you? I love basics with just a touch of edge; and I can't really find that in stores for my little one. So I decided to make a simple top for the little one myself. I picked up a fabulous white jersey knit, a zipper, and some bias tape and went to work. I must say that my little one LOVES this top and skirt apparent from her working-the-camera-super-model-poses. (No, not one of these poses were prompted. : )) I also made the skirt which I'll share more details on later. Unfortunately, I can't say she loves everything I make. She has quite a mind of her own so I never know if she will wear what I make. But this shirt she would wear everyday if I let her. Score. Want to make a flutter sleeve top for yourself or for your little one? Here's how... Gather your supplies. You will need: Jersey Knit fabric, about1 yard for an adult or about 1/2 yard for a child (3 T). 1/2 inch single fold bias tape in a coordinating color. Coordinating metal zipper. Small amount of iron on interfacing. Well fitted t-shirt to use as a guide. Fabric Marker. Pins. Scissors. Thread and Sewing Machine. Click below to expand the instructions! 1. Create your pattern pieces. Use a well fitted shirt to trace the front and back of your shirt. Here's my front and back pieces: Sleeves can be intimidating. But honestly, they shouldn't be. : ) For the sleeves, cut a shape like the one below. The dimensions are for my 3 year old; you can make your sleeves longer or shorter, wider or more narrow, the only trick is be sure that the sleeve is longer then your armhole diameter. Also keep in mind, the longer the sleeve the more flutter it will have. 2. With right sides together, sew the shoulder seams and the side seams. 3. Now let's add the bias tape to your sleeves. Cut a piece of bias tape the length of your sleeve. Lightly iron one edge of the bias tape open (you want to still be able to see the fold line as a guide). Pin the bias tape onto the wrong side of your sleeve, raw edges lined up. 4. Using the fold line as a guide, sew 1/4 inch away from the raw edge. 5. Flip the sleeve to the right side. Fold the bias tape over to the right side. Iron in place. 6. Top stitch along both edges of the bias tape. Sew as close to the edge of the bias tape as you can. 7. With right sides facing, sew the two short edges of your sleeve together. This is your underarm seam. 8. Starting a few inches away from the underarm seam, sew two rows of gathering stitches, one 5/8 of an inch from the raw edge curved edge and one 1/2 inch away from the raw curved edge. Just as a note, I started and ended my gathering stitches 3 inches away from the underarm seam. Using a fabric marker, mark the midpoint of the long curved edge of your sleeve. 9. Time to pin your sleeve onto your shirt. Turn your shirt so that it is right side out. Turn your sleeve so that it is inside out. Line up the midpoint of your sleeve (you marked this in step #8) and the shoulder seam. Pin together. Now line up the underarm seam of your sleeve and the side seam of your shirt. Pin. Gather the sleeve to fit around the armhole by gently pulling both gathering stitches. Pin the sleeve to the shirt. 10. Baste the sleeve onto the armhole using 5/8 inches as a seam allowance. To avoid wonky gathers, when sewing the gathered part of the sleeve, gently smooth the gathers out with your hand as you go. Check that your sleeve is sewed on properly. Now sew in place. I like to sew a second line 1/4 away from the seam for durability. If you want you can also serge raw edges for a clean finish. 11. But a piece of bias tape an inch or so longer then your neckline. Iron one raw edge of the bias tape open. (Again, be sure you can still see the fold line this will be your sewing guide in the next step). Turn your shirt inside out. Find the mid point of the back of your shirt. At the midpoint, start pinning the bias tape to the neckline. Raw edges lined up. 12. Using the fold line as a guide, sew 1/4 inch away from the raw edge. 13. Turn your shirt right side out. Roll the bias tape to the front of the shirt. Pin onto the front of the neckline. 14. Sew along both edges of the bias tape. Sew as close to the edge as you can. If you don't need or want a zipper on the shirt then you're all done! If you want to add a zipper, here's how: 14. Cut a piece of iron on interfacing the same width and length as your zipper. 15. Turn your shirt so that it is right side out. Find the mid point of the back of your shirt. Draw a line as long as your zipper down the center of your shirt. Iron the interfacing centered on that line. Remember you should be doing this on the right side of your shirt! 16. Sew 1/4 away on both sides of the center line. When you reach the bottom of your line, pivot and turn then sew 1/4 an inch and pivot and turn and sew 17. With scissors, Slash down the center line. Iron the raw edges over to the right side of your shirt. Pin and sew in place. 18. Pin the zipper on your shirt so that the zipper teeth lines up with the with the slash. It should look like this: Wrong side: Right side: 19. With your shirt on the right side. You will sew two lines around your zipper. The first should be 1/4 away from the zipper edge. The second should be as close to the zipper teeth as you can. You're DONE! The right side of the back of your shirt will look like this: While the inside of your shirt should look like this: Loves, Amber

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Sewing Tips: How to Install / Attach a Zipper

Learn how easy it is to install a basic zipper with these sewing tips on Installing a Basic Zipper in dresses, pillowcases, pouches, totes, and more.

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ZIPER, sua função e história , aproveite as idéias nos acessórios, jóias e artesanato

Indispensável no mundo de hoje, o zíper faz parte das invenções geniais que revolucionaram a vida do homem, como a roda ou o alfinete. Todas imagens tem tutorial de como fazer os acessórios No começo, esse tipo de fecho era usado para bolsinhas que guardavam tabaco e dinheiro. Em 1917, amarinha americana começou a fabricar casacos que usavam o zíper na frente. Quem batizou o zíper de "zipper" foi B.G. Worth, baseado em modelos de fechos semelhantes usados em sapatos. Elsa Schiaparelli foi uma das primeiras estilistas a usar o zíper na moda, no início dadécada de 30. Em Portugal adoptou-se a expressão "fecho éclair", vinda do francês fermeture Éclair, que se refere ao nome da sociedade detentora do registo da marca, Éclair Prestil SN. Esse expressão foi utilizada durante muitos anos, por fecho éclair ser uma marca mundialmente conhecida desde sua fundação em 1946. A primeira participação deste utilitário na indústria do vestuário acontece durante a I Guerra Mundial, quando os uniformes dos soldados, norte americanos são confeccionados com zíper nas calças. Já na Primeira Guerra Mundial, os zíperes fechavam os uniformes dos aviadores americanos, que contribuíram assim para torná-los conhecidos em outras partes do mundo. Em 1930, a modista parisiense Elsa Schiaparelli passou a utilizar o fecho em suas criações, introduzindo-o nos salões da alta costura. Apenas alguns anos depois, o artefato, que costumava ficar mais ou menos escondido, adquiriu grande notoriedade, com as cenas em que a estonteante atriz Rita Hayworth pedia a seus parceiros para ajudá-la a fechar seus vestidos de gala. E consagrou-se como fecho de calças masculinas depois que o conde de Windsor lançou a moda. O ZÍPER nasceu com a função de substituir os cadarços dossapatos, mas logo passou a inovador e lançador de moda. Ajustou as cinturas no lugar, casou com o jeans e invadiu os salões do prêt-à-porter. Estão os sites selecionados que contam toda história do ziper, vale a pena conferir...... As informações daqui: http://www.portalsaofrancisco.com.br/alfa/historia-do-ziper/historia-do-ziper.php http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/Teasers/Teasers/ZipperHistory.htm http://www.fashionebook.com.br/e-book/?p=2078 http://www.answerbag.com/a_view.php/1793#ixzz18eFTn43x O zíper pode ainda ser fixo ou destacável. O zíper destacável é usado em jaquetas que precisam ser abertas totalmente e seus ganchos normalmente são de peso médio porque se adaptam melhor ao peso da peça. O zíper dentro do conceito Rock é o mais apropriado em seu conceito. http://make-handmade.com/2011/11/03/crafty-jewelry-with-zipper/ http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2011/01/05/stylish-and-creative-necklaces/ luckymag.com Durante os anos 30, Elsa Schiaparelli foi a primeira estilista a usar fechos aparentes, como um enfeite, em suas criações. Desde então, por várias vezes, o zíper entrou e saiu da moda, tendo sido usado por estilistas e designers. A coleção de Christian Dior, para o verão do ano 2000, teve, como estrela principal, o zíper, usado de todas as formas, na vertical, horizontal, nas barras das calças e até no cabelo. consumo no mercado nacional está assim dividido: • 70% destinado ao fechamento de calças, • 20% para uso em artefatos de couro e similares e apenas • 10% são usados como detalhes de roupas e calçados. http://www.zonamanualidades.com/2010/10/20/como-hacer-roseton-con-cremallera-para-adornar-diadema/ http://shannonmakesstuff.blogspot.com/2011/03/pleated-zipper-flower.html http://lefrufrublog.blogspot.com/ http://www.craftaholicsanonymous.net/zipperrectangularish-square http://maverydesigns-fashionlab.blogspot.com/ http://www.sammoon.com/product.asp?cat=handbag http://www.craftaholicsanonymous.net/zipper-flower-tutorial http://www.katecusack.com/zipper-jewelry/zipper-necklaces.html/ http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/heart-and-key-zipper-necklace http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/zipper-bracelet/versions/2 http://make-handmade.blogspot.com/ http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/zipper-bracelet http://www.ecouterre.com/make-tara-st-james-recycled-zipper-bracelet-diy-tutorial// O zíper acompanha a sazonalidade de moda, algumas vezes está fechando, outra fechando e adornando e ainda em outras, apenas adornando como complemento de moda. http://fashion.onblog.at/diy-advent-24-und-ein-frohes-fest http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/zipper-earrings/versions/1 http://cuegly.blogspot.com/2010/08/rings-part1-zippers.html http://www.craftstylish.com/item/83176/brooches-with-bite/page/2/ http://www.craftstylish.com/item/83176/brooches-with-bite/page/2/ http://giddyappony.blogspot.com/ http://scrapstudio.tumblr.com/post/400579248/zipper-flowers-p-s-picture-from-my-archives-on http://theviolethours.typepad.com/blog/2010/10/time-for-zippers.html http://www.stylemepretty.com/gallery/photo/169351/

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TWO Zipper Box Pouch Tutorial

DIY DOUBLE ZIPPER POUCH BAG Welcome to the Double Zipper pouch Bag tutorial! This nice zipper pouch has 2 separate compartments to organize ...

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How to Make a Paracord Zipper Pull by CbyS Paracord and More

Make a Paracord Zipper Pull by CBYSCreate a Paracord Zipper Pull.Best looking version we designed. From Paracord.eu✿https://www.paracord.eu/Webwinkel-Categor...

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Make Bracelets Using Zippers Tutorial (3 Ways!) | eHow.com

A written tutorial and video on how to make three styles of bracelets out of zippers: studded, knotted, and braided.

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