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April 20, 2020
STRAPS AND HEADBANDS FOR FACE MASKS from Patchwork Posse

Learn how to make some adjustments to your headbands or sew a strap that helps with the face masks. After wearing the face mask for a bit, your ears will get sore.

Adding some cute buttons to your headbands or making a strap with buttons is a great way to not wear out your ears!

Headbands for Face Masks

Straps for handmade face masks

Additional Face Mask Tutorials and helpful tips:

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STRAPS AND HEADBANDS FOR FACE MASKS from Patchwork Posse

Learn how to make some adjustments to your headbands or sew a strap that helps with the face masks. After wearing the face mask for a bit, your ears will get sore.

Adding some cute buttons to your headbands or making a strap with buttons is a great way to not wear out your ears!

Headbands for Face Masks

Straps for handmade face masks

Additional Face Mask Tutorials and helpful tips:

read more
April 18, 2020
No Sew Face Mask Tutorials & Videos from Patchwork Posse

Learn how to make a face mask with the no sew method. Not everyone has the time or the supplies (sewing machine) to make a face mask, so the no sew face mask is a great option.

Here is a collection of tutorials and videos that will help you through the process of making the no sew face mask. It’s pretty quick and when you are in a pinch they are super handy!

*please note that this does not replace the suggested medical face masks

Additional Face Mask Tutorials and helpful tips:

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No Sew Face Mask Tutorials & Videos from Patchwork Posse

Learn how to make a face mask with the no sew method. Not everyone has the time or the supplies (sewing machine) to make a face mask, so the no sew face mask is a great option.

Here is a collection of tutorials and videos that will help you through the process of making the no sew face mask. It’s pretty quick and when you are in a pinch they are super handy!

*please note that this does not replace the suggested medical face masks

Additional Face Mask Tutorials and helpful tips:

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Night dress - oops! from Espritpatch

During Black Friday sales, I stocked up on a few fun prints from Fabrics Galore to make night dresses. After experimenting with the Lark Tee pattern by Grainline Studio, I settled on an elongated crew neck style. I traced the pattern adding 11' in length and  using size 12 for the bust,  14 for the waist and 16 for the hips.

Of course the garment comes together quickly on the overlocker, it's only 5 pieces after all.

But maybe it's not a, good idea to sew it up after having had wine.... because oops, I mixed up the ...

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January 17, 2020
Blue from Granny Maud's Girl

My favourite colour is red, but there has been a lot of blue in my life recently.

I knitted a simple blue cowl from a single ball of Lang 4-ply (fingering) baby wool that I found in the sale bin. It was such a pretty colour and all on its own.

Hand-knitted cowl

The stitch pattern forms a pretty texture.

Hand-knitted cowl

The wrong side of the knit looks nice, which I think is important when it is likely to be visible.

The cowl pattern I used, ‘Sea Oats Serenade’, is small rather than loose and drapey, but it works perfectly to create the ...

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October 13, 2019
Fitting Clothes For Your Body Shape from Pippa Patchwork

One of the best things to take off stress is to shop. It does not matter if you are doing it physically or online, but there is just something about gaining something.

The problem at times though is that you tend to do not know if it is really right for you. This is a good example of clothes. There is a variety out there, and some will certainly look good. But even if does look good, it seems not right for you while to others it is. The reason for this is because we have different body shapes and ...

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October 7, 2019
Making Your Own Clothes Vs. Buying from Pippa Patchwork

Clothing nowadays is more than essential. We still need it, but what we have in our closets is more than what we need. That is because it is also becoming a lifestyle. The way you dress determines who you are: your personality, your status, and even your interests. Because of that, buying clothes became a lot of expensive than we think.

Have you tried dressmaking or sewing your own clothes? Some people are really into DIY these days, and clothes are no different. But will there be a difference in making and buying your own clothes?

Buying Clothes

For some ...

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