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How to make Mini Bunting Flags

It is real easy to make Bunting Flags, but when you want to make bunting flags that last or that you want to hang on the side of a crib, you want to make mini bunting flags that are made properly and will even last a wash or three. (You never know where they might land up sometimes :-) )
I have the pattern for you to download and print here

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An easy way to finish the neckline of a t-shirt or stretch-knit top

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Looking for a quick and easy way to finish the neckline of a t-shirt you just made? Looking for something different than the regular way to finish the neckline?
Then you have to try the style I show below.

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Sewing is Fun: Sewing in a straight line

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Today will be a great day to sew in straight line. No wine on the side, with my packet of aim next to me.
It really isn’t that difficult to sew in straight line. All it takes is a little bit of practice.
Find a number of scrap pieces of material with lines and blocks.

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Sewing is Fun: The Basic Tools you will start with

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Just like any hobby, sewing can have a whole room full of tools, and boxes full of material, cottons, bobbins, ribbons, lace and elastic.

There are Basic Tools you will have to have if you want to take on the sewing hobby.

This is the core tools that you will use every day and every time you sew.

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How to make Basic cushions for your patio chairs

Basic cushions …are simple square cushions that allows your friends to stay longer…  :-) Step 1 Determine the size of your cushion. L x W x H  –  a Thickness of +- 5 cm is good and preferably high-density foam.  Hop down to your local foam supplier and let him cut your inner foam pieces […]

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