Basic Macramé Knots: Step by Step Guide · Life Adorned

Sie interessieren sich für das Lernen der Grundlagen von Macramé? Es ist einfacher als es aussieht! Hier ist eine illustrierte Anleitung der häufigsten Knoten in Macramé verwendet.

My short-sleeved blouse model. Since it was my first attempt, I constantly asked a lot of questions about how to do it, what to do, and I learned the most important thing in sewing is “lay the fabric flat.”

After we laid the fabric flat, we placed the blouse I had modeled on it and drew lines around it with soap. And cut it.

Thanks to the stitching my mother made me wear a combination fell:) as soon as I could make such a beautiful T-shirt (with help) would not even come to my mind, I was very happy with the result. My favorite T-shirt was itself, ultimately it’s a labour of e.

This year, bright stones, pearls, floral patches, sequins are the details that decorate the clothes profusely. So I got caught up in this wind and made a shiny patch on my black and white striped sweatshirt.
I bought myself a few sweatshirts when I went to Tuesday Market recently. I decided to use the colored embroidered patches I had previously received from Eminönü on one of these blouses. Both the patch and striped blouse 10 TL, such as a fairly reasonable price aldığımın I would like to draw gold.
There were also patches that stuck with the ironing but I bought a non-adhesive patch, preferring to sew it. I fixed the patch on the sewing machine and here’s my new blouse ready 🙂 it was simple but pleasant work.

I especially wanted to share the construction of a sweatshirt that beginners can easily sew. The great feature of this piece, which I sewed from a thick shirt, is that it was mouldless and practically sewn.

I put my daily low-shouldered blouse on two layers of chiffon fabric. I cut the sleeve and body lines of the blouse I used as a mold into the other fabric. I sewed the strip black lace back to back, averaging the blouse. I curled the sleeve mouth, collar and skirt parts inwards and closed them with straight stitching.

I put my coat on for the first time today. These artistic photographs are dear Işıl (hidden sewing, or have you not met him yet?) drew. I want to thank him from here.

In the original model, the section under the rear Roba was made in two parts. Our absent-minded tailor cut it in one piece and tore off a limb. I added wadding, even though it wasn’t in the model, to keep the shoulders a little bit steeper. It didn’t make much difference, but I learned how to add wadding.

I didn’t put a closing mechanism in front of the coat. I just belt it up. Tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, I can blow my mind and add studs. After all, I’m his tailor, right?:)

I made a chain around his neck to hang the coat strapless when necessary.

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