yes, there is something specifically called interfacing but you could use whatever you want. Some kinds of interfacing are iron on which can make them easier to work with - just iron them on to the back side of the fabric and then sew everything together. Good luck!
hey everyone. My sister is graduating from music school and we are going to her recital next week. I made her this photo album as a gift. There aren't any pictures in it yet, my mom has them:) Outside: Inside front cover:
if you cut the front and back apart, you can make little boxes out of the cards. the back of the card is the bottom and the front is the top. I don't have a pattern but you can probably find one online.
I'll add my 2 cents on the impossible to pop dilema. I have found that scrubbing the area with a facial scrub (st.ives apricot scrub is what I use) once a day for a few days sometimes brings the problem to the surface. Also, when used on those mini pimples that you can feel starting, sometimes the problem is solved without any popping at all (sorry to disappoint the poppers!).
I think I can help here. You will need to allow extra "seam allowance" for the fly part when you're cutting the pieces out. Then, before you sew anything else, I would fold those pieces under and stitch them down. Sew the shorts together normally but when you are doing the um...crotch? seam, stop sewing when you get to your folded under parts. I think you might also want to sew along the bottom of the fly so that the fabric flap that is hanging inside, stays to the correct side. Then you can add a button if you want to keep the fly closed. Hope that helps.
like littleone said for the ruffle. I think the idea is that you cut a disc of fabric out. the inner part of the circle is sewn to the bottom of the skirt. The effect is a straight skirt with a round skirt on the bottom...does that make sense? I think in practice you wouldn't actually cut out a disc but a series of arcs instead. like if you took the disc and cut it into quarters. Hope that helps
I'd say try a couple to see get an idea..I don't think it would be too bad sewing by hand. I do have a suggestion for fitting - put the shirt on inside out and take the shirt in along the existing seams, You can pin it and do all the seams at once so you can get an idea of how it's going to fit after. Good luck:)