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11  Bandana Thingy and Tute ;D hehehehehhehehehe image obese in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by diannab on: January 22, 2007 03:53:24 PM
Okay so my husband wears the 'bandanna things' under his hard hat at work. We have a name for them but some people see it as offensive, so meh. Here it is:



Modeled by my lovely mannequin head because he doesn't want his pic taken Tongue LMAO Cheesy hehehehehehhehee

I made it outta scrap fabric that has 50's cars on it. He is into cars. Grin He wore it to work for the first time today and already has 5 guys wanting some!!!! eeeeeeeep! ehehhehe oh and I need to modify the pattern but will explain this as I go along! Cheesy

Soooooooooooooooooo to make one you need to cut a pattern similar to this:


but on the shaped part shorten it by about 1 inch or so (making it a less sharper curve. It needs to be a lil softer to avoid the duckbill Grin ), or on some people you get a duckbill affect. And that isn't what you want with these. Cheesy My pattern works great for hubby but not for anyone else. I made a new more versatile one but don't have pics up. I can try to give more details on the pattern if this is needed. Grin Just let me know! Cheesy

So choose a fabric, believe it or not you can use tshirt knit, or the stiff cotton (like the stuff at walmart or what quilters would use mostly ) This is great for stash busting! Cheesy

So cut out your fabric you want one of the long rectangles
and two shapes, but pay heed. Cut the shaped pattern out then flip it and cut again so you can cut a reverse of it. Cheesy Does that make sense? LOL tell me if it doesn't Cheesy



then stitch it together by putting one shaped side and the rectangle together by putting right sides together. Cheesy start sewing at the curved end because the rectangle shape that hangs off the back of the shaped pattern doesn't get sewn to the large rectangle. You leave it free because it protects the hair when someone ties the two sides together. Cheesy Keeps your hair away from the knot ! YAY! Cheesy hehehehehe and if you don't have a serger I suggest hemming that lil rectangle flap before assembling all the pieces together Grin. whew! I am longwinded as heck! Cheesy

So you get this with one side sewn on:



and once you add the other side it will stand more upright for you Grin:


This is a view of it on the back of the head: (untied)

Frontal view:

Tied view:

Okay, questions? Comments? Critiques?


Thanks for looking! Cheesy



* Please do not sell any creations from my tutorials. I have already been informed of issues Sad I share my work to keep others from having to buy something when they could easily do it. This saddens me greatly*

edit: Sorry it took so long guys! My life got in the way!!!! Cheesy Sad poh! Cheesy LOL SO here is a paint drawing with the measurement details:



Forgive my crude paint skills but the shapes you need will be like the paper and fabric shown earlier. Cheesy LOL  Give me a few days and I will post up here ones I made for my girls and alterations/maybe a diff pattern. Cheesy I haven't made them yet so I am unsure of the amount of alterations that may be needed. Grin I hope this helps!!! Let me know if you have any questions! Cheesy
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12  HELP! :D How to make this Baby Hat? in Baby Showers And Gifts For New Babies by diannab on: December 18, 2006 11:51:15 AM
Hi, a friend of mine is having a baby like, this week! , OMG and likes this outfit... she knows my craftiness and wants me to do this Cheesy Any ideas on how to make the hat? Also, any links out there for onesie patterns? Free links are terrific, but can pay if needed Cheesy Thanks guys!




Would I make a rectangle hat? I would think not because it is rounded.... ? So do I make the circle hat and add a rectangle at tip?Huh? Thanks guys!
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13  Re: Pajama/Lounge Pants? in Clothing for Curvaceous Craftsters: Discussion and Questions by diannab on: December 16, 2006 06:29:36 AM
I hate hate hate pants patterns! So I do my own! Cheesy Do you have a pair of lounge pants already? If so fold them in half so you see the shape for the bootie coming out like this:



BTW The whole tucking one pants leg trick I learned from PAROPER! Thanks PAROPER! Cheesy heheheehehehehehehe eheheheheheeee This way gives me much stronger crotch seams. My kiddos have only busted out one crotch this way Cheesy Yay!
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14  Re: Crafty Ornaments for your X-MAS Tree Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by diannab on: December 04, 2006 03:29:59 PM
 Grin OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I rec'd from VamountainFamily! (I hope y'all are feeling better and let me know when you open yours! Smiley ) But I must tell you I have already started a thank you package! Your stuff is great! You are quite the artist April! I love love love love love love love all of them! I took pics of the girls with the ornaments... my camera is dying (darn batts) again! LOL But I was gonna post a few pics of the girls with the ornaments. Cheesy April, do you have a group shot? If so please post, I couldn't do them justice!

So first up.......... ::Drumroll:
UGA ORNAMENT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Secondly......... Tylers ornament... don't have a good pic of it but its darn cute!

Next............ Kammies Ornament
(modeled by Kammie herself!) Tongue lol


Next.............. Zoe's ornament
(modeled by Zoe herself!) Tongue Lol


Next A PICKLE!!!! SHE IS PSYCHIC I SWEAR!!!! I was just thinking must get one...........





And made Justin and I an ornament! (the heart fell off during shipping, but that is an easy peasy fix) Cheesy


A SPOON ornament! Did you shape this spoon yourself? Beautiful beads I need to get a close up!And........ she made grumpy a bone!



And A heart box with music notes decod (perfect cause we are very musical!) Cheesy full of smaller ornaments with each family members name and the year on one of them!!!!!!!! And a gingerbread man! And a kit for kids to make more ornaments Cheesy AND the cards are beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Did I leave anything out April? I am so sorry if I did! Let me know! It is all gorgeous absolutely stunning I tell you!




Thanks April It was fab!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Open mine so you can tell me else to send Tongue Wink lol Cheesy I hope you like it. I made mine out of unusual choices..... well except the bakers dough lmao Grin
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15  Re: Kitty hat from 1 continuous piece of fabric --- TUTE Added! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by diannab on: November 29, 2006 07:59:58 PM
Okay,,,,, this is the first time I actually ran to my sewing room!!!!!!! Cheesy hehehehe I whipped up two of em.... quick question though do you think the reason the shape looks different to me is because I used a fleecey/felty kinda material or should I only use cotton/lycra?Huh


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16  Re: Christmas Stocking Swap 2 in The Swap Gallery by diannab on: November 29, 2006 06:49:07 PM
OOOOOOOOHhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhh I found my camera! heheheh now batteries and camera are together! Tada! Cheesy Pics!!! Here is the partial loot from Tanza... LOL I say partial because the girls dug into the candy! The few canes you see is all that is left! Cheesy LOL They fell asleep tonight with their princess stars because they didn't want to lose their magic.... ;d lol awwwwwwwww......... ..

The story that Tanza wrote has aussie recipes on the back of every page and she went so far outta the way.... she included a conversion chart for measurements! (Which is greatly appreciated! Because I "Queen Ditz " of the kitchen never would have thought 3/4 cup didn't mean 3/4 cup) LMAO ;d hehehe Tanza did you save the story or take pics before you laminated? I tried to scan the story and recipes but it gives too much glare??? Cheesy Thanks Again for being such a wonderful swap partner Tanza! I love everything! Cheesy hehehehe


Just to sum it up one last time: loads of candy, catinthehat story and recipe book, napkin rings, wallet, princess stars, christmas card, poinsetta applique, Vegemite, THE BEAUTIFUL STOCKING! Cheesy, snowman stamper hehehehe I just decided yesterday (oh lets say three mins before I got my package that I needed to collect stamps so I can give the whole ATC thing a try ;d lol )


edit: I forgot one of the most FANTABULOUS THINGS!!!! A CD with Aussie music and some instructions for pattern drafting blocks for lingerie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH, and it has some kick a&& video clips too hehehehee
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17  Trying to Recon a shirt that was given to me for my daughter.... Suggestions ? in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by diannab on: November 28, 2006 09:34:24 AM

hehehehehhe I took one of my shirts that I never wear.... And reconned it for my youngest dd Cheesy hehe I left the sleeves long on purpose. Because I want to give them a bell shape. I love the flowyness ;d of this fabric but could never wear it.... SO ideas? Please anyone! ?!? Cheesy All coments, criticism etc appreciate.






 I was thinking about adding elastic to give the sleeves more of a bell look Cheesy Wink What do you guys think? Also the slits on the side bottom... leave em or leave one or what? Thanks for the input Cheesy

BTW this shirt does seem to have a hanger arm on the left lol sorry bout that Cheesy And the neckline is right I assume it is just her
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18  Woooowooooo! I DID IT! I MADE A CIRCLE SKIRT!!! in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by diannab on: November 07, 2006 10:09:36 AM
I DID IT!!!!!!!!!
I, Diannab, made a circle skirt! For those that don't know me, I have been trying to make one for awhile and gave up completely frustrated and not understanding why I couldn't get it right........ Well wait no longer, because here is my first successful circle skirt (unhemmed ) and made with free fabric because I have already wasted so much fabric trying again and again and again! lol. To my surprise, the fabric I used is already in a tube Cheesy So that was fun to work with Grin lol hehehehehehehehehee hhe.....

http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l43/diannaleigh/S30104951.jpg

pardon my sewing mess in the background lol. Sorry, I cropped out her happy face cause she is my kiddo Grin hehehehehe

the action shot




I can't believe that I made something so simple into something so hard.... Shaking head.... I really can't but after being able to set in sleeves and sew bras, I knew I had to try and figure this out... Plus I want to make my girls the Anthropologie jacket in designer homage and to do that you have to make a bubble skirt and to do that you have to make a circle skirt Grin LOL so please, tel me what you think! All comments welcome and greatly appreciated (how else would I learn Grin ) LOL Oh, and the yoke turned out to be a twelve inch tube lol so I am debating about adding a top band and making it a dress. Cheesy It is such a beautiful teal color Grin I am so proud of myself!
LOL Thanks, DI
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19  Re: Costume-a-long in Clothing Sewalongs by diannab on: October 26, 2006 10:30:27 AM
 Grin OMG OMG OMG

::::FINALLY!!!!!!!!:::::::         ::::::::::DRUMROLL::::::::::

hehehheheeh lookie what I am making Wink Yes, I finally found some moolah to go buy fabric.......... I don't know if you all watch WWE (wrestling) but my stepson and my nephew love it... they both want to be undertaker for halloween........ sooo........... using Buttericks 3830 size medium... I crafted this goodness---


I still need to add the collar and buttons. But, I am quite pleased with myself! This is the first large item I have sewn.... Grin and I made it from prelined vinyl (some kinda vinyl water resistant stuff) that I bought for 2.99 USD per yard at this great warehouse in Atlanta! I left off the yoke from the pattern because that isn't the style jacket that the Undertaker wears.... I have a hat that I bought on clearance... Cheesy (LOVE CLEARANCE) and removed the ribbon on it... it is a faux suede I am in the midst of making the boxing style gloves for their hands. They are going to wear black wife beater tank tops for the shirt.... I haven't decided should I go all out and make their pants too so they can have his lil skull painted on it or just tell them to slap on some black shoes and black pants? What do you guys think? the jacket will prolly be worn closed so I am not sure if it would matter..........

Also--anyone know how to get rid of that smell from the vinyl type fabric?

Comments/criticism welcome and greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry the pic is so large.......... it has never done that before....... any ideas?
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20  Re: Mommy & Me Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by diannab on: October 09, 2006 03:22:10 AM
diannab - you're a big flatterer, you are!  I'll go double-check all the feedback right now.


Nah......... Cheesy I just give credit where credit is due! And I am sure all the other participants feel the same way! Cheesy Kiss Cheesy

TTFN

BTW Here are the pics of everything we sent to the boys since we haven't seen more from Bloomingkinder... I am assuming she got busy Cheesy

Diego Package for Kyle:



Dora Package for Garrett:



Karate Package for Josh:



Josh got two shirts- one spiders, one Karate !!! Smiley
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