It’s not hard to design and create your own sewing patterns with this product offered by Lutterloh System International. It is a great solution for women who want to design their own clothing or who don’t fit the traditional sizing guides of premade patterns.
Unlike commercial patterns such as McCalls, Simplicity, Vogue, Burda, or Butterick; the Lutterloh System allows you to adjust for an individual’s measurements. These custom-made patterns provide an excellent fit even for people who are not a commercial size.
This DIY pattern system has been used throughout the fashion and sewing industry, and it has been used in fashion schools and sewing stores nationwide,
For more information, go to http://www.lutterlohpatterns.com/
This cute holiday banner will spruce up any space this Christmas season and is oh-so easy to make. Go take a look at the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess blog, http://www.abeautifulmess.com/2012/12/my-entry.html.
Instead of messy fabric glue, use HTC Retail’s Stitch Witchery (S3000-28) http://www.htc-retail.com/product-info.php?pid21.html to adhere your letters.
At Michelle’s Patterns, you will find super cute purse and wallet sewing projects available for download. For example, the pleated wristlet PDF sewing pattern, which comes in three sizes, has a wrist strap and a zippered closure.
Be sure to pick up some HTC Retail Form-Flex-All-Purpose Fusible interfacing, 1010-1/1010-2, http://www.htc-retail.com/product-info.php?pid1.html, from your local sewing store before you begin this project.
Visit http://www.michellepatterns.com/product/pleated-wristlet-pdf-sewing-patternfor moreinformation.
Don’t miss the November/December 2013 issue of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine. There are more than 11 free festive holiday projects, including ornaments, oven mitts, firewood totes, and many more.