Added May 24, 2014
Use up scraps of jersey fabric or find a use for your old t shirts.
Any old t-shirt will do – but you will need a few! I got a kit with the backing, and cutting guide from a craft place I went to (see link). But eco-matting (which can be bought in many camping shops or on line) is basically all you need for the back and then cut your t shirts into strips and poke it through the holes, the rubbery nature of the eco-matting holds the fabric in place. Apparently it can be washed at 30C but I haven’t risked that yet!
Tailoring a Jacket for the Perfect Fit and a Professional Finish
Pattern of the Week
Show a little leg in this sexy skirt with a thigh high slit!
In this Flagship Kit for only $19.99
The kids are sure to steal the show in this charming collection of classic, elegant pieces.
Member Project of the Week
She made this dress for her high school graduation, and it looks fab!
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