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Zune's Sewing Therapy – Stress-relieving Sewing Creations for Everyone

Zune's Sewing Therapy – Page 2 – Stress-relieving Sewing Creations for Everyone

I hope everyone had a fantastic New Year – I spent mine with Netflix! I was just so excited over the fact that they had added all the Indiana ...

This is my second time grading a pattern and although I hit some frustrating moments including trying to fix the wonky curves, the categorizing/naming part ...

... flared dress, shift dress, dress with a gathered skirt and also a circle skirt, and a drop waist skirt. Really, the design possibilities are endless!

Oh, a lady recently asked if these pants were from the bloomers I had made a while back, *right here*. Actually, the bloomers (or shorts) were made from ...

Free Patterns

The holidays are coming up and with that come festivities and lots of picture-taking! This simple and cute necktie is perfect for dressing up your darling ...

Kids' Pullover Sweater

Sewing is not only a productive hobby, it is also relaxing and therapeutic. Here, I share with you my stress-relieving sewing projects and creations.

Cosplay Anime Schoolgirl/Sailor Costume for kids with Free Pattern

... Zune's Sewing Therapy. Easy & quick to make double layered warm & snuggly pants for both boys and girls

Adding a cute little hair accessory can really complete an outfit and the bow barrette is one of my favorites! You can make them in any size using whatever ...

I think it's one of those garments you can wear in any season by simply using different fabric weight, adding sleeves, pair them with

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*Always be sure to prewash your fabric before sewing.

A FREE pattern for a raglan sweatshirt. With a high low hem and slight bell shape this sweatshirt stands out from the rest.

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Zune's Sewing Therapy – Page 2 – Stress-relieving Sewing Creations for Everyone

Zune's Sewing Therapy – Stress-relieving Sewing Creations for Everyone

Busy making sweaters, pants, and hats out of fleece? Is your mound of fabric scraps getting higher and higher? Wait, don't throw your fleece scraps away!

This is my second time grading a pattern and although I hit some frustrating moments including trying to fix the wonky curves, the categorizing/naming part ...

I hope everyone had a fantastic New Year – I spent mine with Netflix! I was just so excited over the fact that they had added all the Indiana ...

... flared dress, shift dress, dress with a gathered skirt and also a circle skirt, and a drop waist skirt. Really, the design possibilities are endless!

The fleece flowers are a great way to use up fabric scraps – check out my other tutorial on how to make these easy peasy cute flowers!

The holidays are coming up and with that come festivities and lots of picture-taking! This simple and cute necktie is perfect for dressing up your darling ...

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I can never decide which I love more – the dressing up, the candies, the fall/Halloween decor, the change of colors in the scenery, ...

Oh, a lady recently asked if these pants were from the bloomers I had made a while back, *right here*. Actually, the bloomers (or shorts) were made from ...

Singer is one of the brands I trust and use when it comes to sewing supplies so I wanted to do my first giveaway with something I enjoy using.

I'm so excited to be releasing my new pattern today! This one is a bit more special to me because it's my first time grading a pattern.

From the pile of scraps beautiful things shall be made…hehe

Kids' Pullover Sweater

Place the pattern diagonally from the selvage of the self fabric since it will be cut on bias which will keep it from twisting and turning later on.

I sewed down 1/4″ all the way around the waist. Now's a good time to add a tag to the back. I divided the elastic ring and the bloomers' waist into 4 ...

Sewing is not only a productive hobby, it is also relaxing and therapeutic. Here, I share with you my stress-relieving sewing projects and creations.

So easy and quick to make. Also use up your fleece scraps! Zune's Sewing Therapy

This kids' box pleat skirt is part of the Anime Schoolgirl/Sailor costume I made for Madeline for Halloween. It was so easy to make and wear!

Fleece hats with ear flaps are a perfect winter wardrobe staple. They're so quick and easy to make for your little one and they also make great gifts.

I was also going to have white long fleece sleeves attached to the short puffy sleeves since it was freezing cold last year but it's been in the 60s-70s.

Cosplay Anime Schoolgirl/Sailor Costume for kids with Free Pattern

Learn how to use Freezer paper & fabric paint to customize t-shirts, dresses & so much more.

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For this stocking, I used the same industrial sewing technique that are used on stockings with foldover cuffs sold in stores. It is surprisingly fast and ...

A few months ago, Logan's school was holding a Valentine's Day concert for the 2nd graders. The theme was Love and each student was asked to wear red.

Sew them together with a 5/8″ seam allowance. Then fold the seam allowance up and sew it to the top. Make sure that you're not sewing right on the elastic.

Pin the waistband and the pants right sides together and sew with a 1/4” seam allowance.

Skip this step if you're making the shorts version – I used my 1/4″ roll hem presser foot to finish the hems. If you don't have one just fold up 1/8″ twice ...

Free Kids' Pullover Sweater Pattern & Tutorial

The seam allowance is 3/8″ so I sewed each end of the elastic within the seam allowance.

Skip this step if you're making the shorts version – I used my 1/4″ roll hem presser foot to finish the hems. If you don't have one just fold up 1/8″ twice ...

First, I prepped my fabric by ironing it with a bit of starch (not the fleece piece) and then cut them out to the sizes below.

Firstly print out and assemble the pattern – choose “Do Not Scale” and check the 1″ test square.

... from each side so when I fold the pleat the seam will be pleated inside the skirt and hidden. Continue marking 2 inches until the end of the long strip.

I cut out 2 long fabric strips that were each 8 3/8″ wide. I joined the 2 strips and finished the edges with an overcast stitch on my sewing machine.

Place the pattern diagonally from the selvage of the self fabric since it will be cut on bias which will keep it from twisting and turning later on.

I cut my elastic 2”-2.5” shorter than the waist measurement. Madeline's waist measures 19.5” so my elastic was 17”. I butted the ends and sewed with a wide ...

Now it's time to put the 2 pieces together. After sewing the inseams, the bloomers will both be inside out so turn one right side out.

After cutting out all the pieces, sew the panels together in 2s with a 1/4″ seam allowance.

With right sides together, sew the inseams with a 3/8″ seam allowance. Don't forget to finish the raw edges with a serger or an overlock stitch on a regular ...

Moving onto the sideband with earflaps – fold it in half and sew with a 1/4″ seam.

Fold it in half and sew with a 1/4″ seam making sure not to sew on the fleece.

Place the pattern on top and cut out the fabric. *I didn't press my fabric and the pieces came out larger than my pattern. Learn from my mistakes. LOL.

... then sew back to that thread tail and tie the threads together in a knot. Then clip the thread and push the knot in between the seam with the needle.

And that's it. How quick was that!

1. Cut out 2 rectangles sized 2.5″x2″ and 8.5″x5.5″.

Now it's time for the waistband. Cut out the waistband 2 1/4”” by however long your pant's waist measurement is plus 1/2” seam allowance. Sew the ends to ...

Adding a cute little hair accessory can really complete an outfit and the bow barrette is one of my favorites! You can make them in any size using whatever ...

Anime Schoolgirl/Sailor Top Printable PDF Pattern

You should have 4 pieces cut out which you will fold each in half and sew with a 1/4” seam allowance.

This bit is optional – I used fabric glue to keep the strips in place and then sewed them onto the neck strap.

Pin the waistband to the pants right sides together and sew with a ¼” seam.

Place the ribbon tag on the inside of the pants and tack it down about 1/8” from the raw edge but within the ¼” seam allowance.

Lastly fold the waistband and elastic down towards the inside of the skirt and edge stitch it sewing not on the elastic but on the folded raw edge.

I sewed down 1/4″ all the way around the waist. Now's a good time to add a tag to the back. I divided the elastic ring and the bloomers' waist into 4 ...

After cutting out all the pieces, sew the panels together in 2s with a 1/4″ seam allowance.

Making the loop…

Divide the skirt into quarters and mark them as well. Pin the elastic to the skirt and sew it along the guide line with a zig zag stitch.

Sew the long side with a 1/4″ seam, trim it down to about 1/8″ and use a safety pin to pull the tube right side out. Alternatively, you can just fold ...

A FREE pattern for a raglan sweatshirt. With a high low hem and slight bell shape this sweatshirt stands out from the rest.

I got a little clip-happy and clipped both but you only need to clip the stocking because that will be turned right side out. The lining does not need to be ...

I folded the bloomers and elastic in half and pinned the midpoints on both. Then I matched the 2 midpoints and pinned them together.

Fold them in half and sew with a 1/4″ seam.

The ribbon will be sandwiched within the waistband. I made a little bow out of my ribbon and hand-sewed it to the center front.

Either sew the elastic to the edge of the waistband with the widest zigzag stitch or use a serger if you have one. Remember to not cut the elastic if you ...

You can also base this tank top pattern to make a flared top like I did here.

Fold them in half and sew with a 1/4″ seam allowance.

Nothing says sunshine, flowers and all things summer like a cute little peasant top! I love that it's so cute and girly yet comfy enough to hop, skip, ...

I ended up sewing it 1/4″ from the edge all around and then another 1/8″ seam. I also trimmed down the edges.

... side of the crown to the seam on the band and then match the seam to the center front of the band. Pin it around and then sew with a 1/4″ seam.

Draw a straight line at a 90 degree angle from your center front/back line. Then add 5/8″ seam allowance to the waist. Draw along the side seam, ...

*Always be sure to prewash your fabric before sewing.

And now the best part is to enjoy your new cinch waist dress! I love this fabric to pieces – it drapes beautifully and feels wonderful against my skin in ...

Sew all the pleats down with a 1/4″ seam allowance.

Pin the hems together and sew with a 1/4” seam allowance.

Fold the neckline under ¼” and sew to keep in place.

Sew along the edge of the Velcro.

For now, add 3/8″ seam allowance to your side seam.The other seam allowances we will add later. To get 2 separate front and back pieces, I stapled and ...

Put the lining in the cuffs – right sides together – sew with a 3/8″. Then turn them right side out and baste them together at the top.

Mark the measurement on the elastic and pin a safety needle through one end.

So I ended up using the ends of the gold ribbons on the shoulder and then added an extra one each side to make the tassel look rounded on the shoulders.

Square off where the armhole meets the side seam so that when we put the front and back pieces together the armhole will be nice, round and smooth.

Then fold ½”, pin it in place and sew close to the edge to make the casing.

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Fold the seam allowance up towards the tree skirt and edge stitch it on the right side.

Add 1 5/8″ to your desired length for the skirt and fold the felt down. Then fold again in half which will give you 4 layers of felt.

Pull up the “outer” pants over the fleece inner pants and all the seams should be sandwiched between the two pants.

I think it's one of those garments you can wear in any season by simply using different fabric weight, adding sleeves, pair them with

Sew the stocking with a 3/8″ seam allowance and the sew the lining with a 1/2″ seam allowance. The lining needs to be smaller so that it will fit inside the ...

Add 1 5/8″ to your desired length for the skirt and fold the felt down. Then fold again in half which will give you 4 layers of felt.

11. Bring the fold down so that it's touching the first seam line. 12. Sew ...

Moving onto the skirt, after determining the width and length of your skirt cut out your fabric and sew into a tube. My hips are 36″ so I cut my fabric out ...

Pin the strip to the armhole and sew with a 1/4″ seam. Then fold it in and sew it down a 1/4″ from the edge. Trim off any excess fabric.

From the folded corner, measure out 1 5/8″ using your ruler and cut it out.

... the skirt will be so depending on how full you want your skirt to be adjust the width of the fabric. I also sewed a 1/4″ guide line for the elastic.