從雅虎部落格搬到隨意窩的網誌終於完成ㄌ

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祝萬事如意

 

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還可以在這裡找到我喔

 

 

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我的臉書

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沸沸揚揚一陣子的直立式筆袋

經過一個暑假終於可以靜下心來慢慢做

很開心在臉書一po出即獲得廣大迴響

也因此有紙型講義材料包的產生

太久沒上痞客邦.....

就以此為新的起點吧


第一代: 試驗版


第二代:  兒子版

第三代: 客訂版~也是目前決定版


喜歡嗎? 歡迎訂購

材料包, 表布都以真正的原廠布提供, 裡布則以配色為優先, 台布日布不拘, 但是質料觸感一定是優質的, 

從部落格到臉書 一路走來, 一直希望手作是快樂單純的,也因此大都以無料分享, 

但是布越買越多…… 就算捨不得 也該整理整理, 為了讓布獲得更佳展示,所以用材料包方式提供,

一方面可滿足我愛玩色個性, 一方面貼補工作室房租, 

小本經營所以一律先匯款再出貨, 不接受貨到付款~

身為三個孩子的媽, 原則上一星期我會上郵局一次(四), 若有怠慢 請多包涵……

直立式筆袋材料包:日本布一份450.- 卡通授權布一份480.- 紙型講義一份 180.-

紙型 講義 一律以黑白講義提供, 若要改採色講義酌加20元彩印費~感謝你

以上報價皆含郵局掛號費, 有需要的朋友 請至相簿選擇布樣洽詢~

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開課ㄌ

上課日期: 104年7 月8 日

上課時間: 早上9:30-11:30

上課地點: 宜蘭市

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早上起來發現 雅虎部落格與無名小站真的不見~


五年的時間就這樣消失~

 

還好已經搬到隨意窩~


只是搬過來 很多連結還是舊網址


自己看的都霧煞煞 更何況是格友ㄋ


花ㄌ一個早上稍作整理 還有很多待修改


真的很抱歉 對於分享的紙型連結更是一團亂


為此 將之前所設定之密碼全部解鎖


來個跨年大放送


2014 / 1/ 5 之前 都開放分享


想做新年禮物的朋友 趕快把握時間

 

請自行上我的隨意窩相簿 搜尋吧

 

http://photo.xuite.net/yoyo20001027cy

 

 

 

過ㄌ 2014/ 1/5 午夜 12:00 以後就上鎖


之後就......使用者付費吧

 

午安~


祝大家手作愉快

 

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坐而言不如起而行

上回在網路上看到這個圖形

既然引用分享就來試看看

這次的星星用八片手染布來搭配

試著營造聖誕節熱鬧的氛圍

 

冷冷的天用起熨斗特別暖和

邊看邊想

再玩個圖形變化

讓心情跟著飛翔

 

完成圖形忍不住先與大家分享這份喜悅

至於要做成甚麼樣的成品ㄋ

壁飾 抱枕套 包包

再想想........

 


玩玩手機上的APP

剛車好的模樣


折好燙好的樣子


穿插擺放正式完成的樣子

 

 

 

一樣的布這樣來玩

還真不錯

 

至於我的作法

先上傳至相簿

http://photo.xuite.net/_my2/photo/list/17678113

 

 

找時間再來慢慢說明

 

好冷的天氣

記得穿暖一點

 

準備禮物去囉

 

Merry Christmas!!

 

 

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立體折花檸檬星作法分享

網站上看到這個美麗的圖案~還有詳細的圖文分享~茲摘錄如下~

 http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/09/fancy-folded-star-pot-holder.html

Fancy Folded Star Pot Holder

 

 

 

 
Hi again everyone! It's Maria from Not Only Quilts and I'm so happy to be back here at Moda Bake Shop to share my third tutorial with you all. This time we'll be making a really fancy pot holder!

"Just a pot holder?" you say. "How boring!"

Well, this pot holder is anything but boring; it's fancy and fun to make. =)

And the folded star technique you learn here can be used for so many other things: make it bigger for a pillow cover or make it smaller for an adorable ornament!  It's the perfect way to use a few spare fat quarters for a gift. I recommend you read the entire tutorial before beginning this project.
 
學會這個圖形作法不僅可以做個簡單的鍋墊~也可以放大成抱枕套~或縮小當個吊飾~當成禮物也不錯~建議 您運用想像力變化成更棒更適合的作品.
準備材料:
 

6 Fat Quarters (Flurry by Kate Spain)
六色方形棉布
Disappearing marker
水消筆
Color matched thread
車線
Cotton batting
鋪棉

作法介紹

Step 1 - Selecting fabrics
Choose 4 FQ's (Fat Quarters) that coordinate nicely: these will be your star.
 


And choose 1 FQ for backing, and 1 FQ for drawing, and sewing on.
 
挑選四塊布 作為星星用布
一塊當背布
一塊當畫線用用底布 屆時會把星星縫上

Step 2 - Cutting 裁布
 
 * Cut (1) 10" x 10" square from your backing fabric and (1) 10 x 10" of your drawing and sewing fabric. For one of these squares I substituted the drawing and sewing one with an ugly fabric from my scrap bin as it won't be visible when we're done). That's all we need and the rest can be placed in your scrap bin.

 * We will cut each of the 4 FQ's we selected for the star into (16) 3" x 4" pieces.
First cut (3) 4" strips from the 18" long side of your FQ. We do it from this side to get as much leftover fabric as possible. Then sub-cut these strips in 3" sections until you have 16 (you will get 18 from the strips through). Repeat this for all 4 FQ's.
 
背布與畫線用用底布各裁10"*10" 正方形
四塊星星用布分別裁成16塊3"*4" 大小 
四塊都是所以共有64塊3"*4"大小的布片



* From the fabric that you choose as your bottom fabric (see step 5), cut two 5" squares. Split them in half diagonally so you end up with 4 triangles.


* Use the leftovers from one of the star FQ's for binding.
 
 



Step 3 - Drawing
On your background square, with a ruler and a pen, draw lines from corner to corner, and then from middle to middle, like this.

 
將畫線用底布如上圖畫線作記號
分成八等份


Step 4 - Ironing
 
接下來開始一步一步慢慢來 一定可以完成的 加油

Bring your 64 rectangles over to your ironing board. On the 4" long side, fold down about a 1/4 inch towards the wrong side of the fabric and iron it. Do this for all rectangles; it gets a little repetitive, yes...

 
將小布片在4"那邊往裡折燙1/4"
64片都是
 


Step 5 - Select layout
Now we're going to select the layout of our star. Here are some of my test versions. You should have 8 pieces in the layout, 2 of each fabric. I ended up going with #1 because it felt nicely tied together when it started and ended with the same color and slowly faded to blue and back to green.

 
排出星星輪廓
每組共八片
二組二組重複排列共有八組


Step 6 - Creating the star base
Now we're going to start making the star. First we need to get all the pieces in place, keep the test version you decided to go with next to you when doing this for reference, as it's easy to accidentally get the fabric in the wrong order.

Start with the vertical line; place your centerpiece exactly by the horizontal line the fold at the line, right side up while still centered over the vertical line. A scant ½" down, place your next piece and pin in place, this distance has to be the same all around your star so it's very important you keep it still.  In my photo below, you can see my reference pile next to it. =)

 
開始第一組
每一片距離1/4"
用珠針固定
距離要一致 星星才不會偏移
 
 

Place the rest of the pieces a scant 1/4" down from each other's edges and pin in place. Try to keep this measurement the same all around your star since your star will be wonky otherwise.

Repeat for the other side of the line until you have this. Make sure the top pieces on each side touch but don't overlap. This is very important.

 
 
對面也是一樣對稱排列

Draw a line in the middle of your pieces (5" in from the edge) using a disappearing marker and sew along the line using your walking foot - otherwise you risk your pieces shifting. Choose a thread that blends in nicely with your bottom fabric (in my case, the solid green) because it will be most visible there.

 
 
在中間車一條線

Remove the pins from your first row so you can flip the fabric from side to side. Complete your second row using the exact same measurements, carefully folding away the already stitched in place row and keeping your top piece touching them, but not overlapping, like this.

 
左右二邊也是
一樣排列
中間車一道線
移除珠針
 

Draw your centerline with the disappearing marker and sew in place. This time you have to first sew one side, and then the other so backstitch a few stitches in the center.
可以在布上先畫線作記號   確保部片排列整齊 才能摺出漂亮星星

Now we've come to the diagonal rows. This is where it get's a little bulky but as long as you take your time to make sure that the center of your top fabric really meet the others without overlapping, you will be able to get a beautiful star.

 
對角二邊也是分別
一樣排列
中間車一道線
 

Do this for all 4 diagonal lines. Draw a centerline (you can draw it from the middle fold to the drawn line on your background fabric) and sew in place.  Voila! You've sewn all of your pieces in place. Now it is time for folding! =)
 
八組車好完成
開始準備折星星
接下來看圖一步一步慢慢折 
祝你順利成功  手作愉快


Step 7 - Folding your star
This step might seem complicated but it really isn't, it just requires patience and maybe one or two practice folding rounds. So the first time, you might want to just pin in place and see where that leaves you because it can be a little tricky to get the folds even the first time.

Many of the written descriptions below can seem very confusing, however, just click the photo below them and enlarge it and it should become crystal clear what I'm trying to get across. =)

Separate two piles of fabric by flipping them to the sides, like this.


Starting on your right hand side, take the top piece, fold it over, wrong side towards wrong side so you get a triangle with a little leftover at the bottom. Enlarge the photo below and you'll see exactly what I mean.


Lie it down towards the scrap fabric like so.


And fold it back over towards the seam again, right side to right side and the first fold is done!


While holding onto your right side fold, do the same thing to the left one. Fold it wrong side towards wrong side.


Lie it down towards the scrap fabric and then fold it back over towards the seam on the left side.


And the first star center is complete! Now we only need to do the single folds for the rest of the pieces.

On the right side (always start from the same side), fold it down, wrong side to wrong side like we did with the first two pieces.


Then simply lay it over your already folded pieces.


Fold the left one the exact same way.


 

While holding the one's you've already folded in place, fold the next layer too.


Pin in place.

And then sew a sort of V shaped row of stitches, high enough to secure all three layers but away from the parts that will be visible when folded, like this.


Fold two more and stitch again.


And repeat. Make sure you remove all pins after sewing because it will be very difficult to retrieve them afterward. =)

For the last fabric, only pin in place... don't sew yet.


Repeat 8 times, until the star is ready. Admire your hard work a little before continuing.


Now you can add batting and backing, sew around the edges, and cut a circle to make a round potholder. I preferred a squared one so I'll be attaching some corners to it.


Step 8 - Finish the front
Now we're going to take the 4 triangles we've already cut and use them to make our piece square. I made them big so no matter how you've folded, they should cover your ends. I can't give you exact measurements here as it depends a little on how far apart you've placed your pieces and how you've folded. So here we do a little trial and error. Place your triangles wrong side up far enough up to cover the folds of your star but low enough to cover the corners when folded down, again a couple of pictures are more explanatory I think:


Before stitching, flip over your pinned triangles to make sure they cover all they should, like so:


Stitch along your pinned rows to get them in the correct position. Trim off the triangle edges sticking out.

Step 8 - Back, batting and quilting
Add batting (I use just one layer of normal cotton batting, this potholder has so many layers of fabric, you really don't need any extra protection from heat when using it) and backing to your little potholder. Baste and quilt as desired, I choose to do a simple echo of the star shape.

Step 9 - Binding
I know most of you already know how to do this, so then just skip this part and bind with your preferred method. But I remember from making my very own first potholders how difficult it was to get a decent looking edge and hanger on the darn thing, so in case there's anyone else out there like me a few years back, this section is for you =)

Cut two  2" long strips from your desired binding fabric from the 18" end, join them to make one continuous binding strip.  We're going to make single fold binding, so 2" wide is wide enough.

Fold the strip in half, wrong sides together and iron it, then open it up and iron the edges towards the center fold, something like this. I know mine doesn't match perfectly (I got lazy and made it with my bias band maker).


Start in one corner of your potholder. On the wrong side of your potholder, pin your binding wrong side up from the very end and start sewing from the top. Use a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

 

Sew until you're a 1/4 inch away from the bottom edge. Backstitch and clip your thread.


At the corner, fold back your binding to a 45 degree angle, like so:


Fold it back at the right edge down towards the next side you're about to sew. Again, this sounds more complicated then it is. Just look at the photo and then you start your stitching 1/4" from the edge where the little arrow is, it will be exactly in line with your last row of stitching. Be careful not to catch your fold with your stitching when backstitching.


Continue around 3 corners but don't do the last one, so you'll end up with these flips on 3 corners.


When you come to the last corner, stop an inch or so before the end. Take the starting point binding and pin it in place around the front.


Sew the final inch or so all the way to the edge.


You should have a fairly long piece leftover at this point. You can now shorten it to 4" sticking out over the edge.

Fold over your binding and pin in place, making sure you get pretty 45 degree corners as you go. I'm normally very lazy and never pin my bindings, but for this part of the tutorial I wanted to show the recommended way of doing it when you're a beginner - to ensure an even and nice looking binding as it easily slips away from you when machine sewing it in place if you're not used to it. =)


Before you sew it all in place, take the hanger piece sticking out and fold it back over itself, right sides together, and 1/8" from the edge, sew a few stitches back and forth to close it.


Flip it back and into the fold with the seam like so.


Now start stitching at the end of the hanger, closing it off as you go and follow it all the way around. Stop a few inches from the end and flip the hanger underneath the end so you make the little loop with the same seam as you end the binding.



One ~10" big, super fancy folded star potholder! A lovely but usable decoration for your own kitchen, or the perfect gift for the person who has everything!





I hope you've enjoyed reading this tutorial as much as I enjoyed making it! If you end up making one of these, I'd love to see it! Please send me an email {maria@idztech.com} with a picture, as I'd be so happy to  feature it on my blog =)
 
Maria Wallin
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防水筆袋

小帥哥的文具越來越多

原本跟姊姊要一個

小姐姐不給他

他就要求我做個一樣的款式


為娘的

雖然百般.......

還是乖乖的

依樣畫葫蘆生給他

選用這塊好友分享的降落傘布

搭配同色系水玉

一整個清爽


 


 

 

從製圖裁布車縫到完成

花ㄌ一整天的時間

第一次做這款筆袋

小小一個看似容易

其實越小越不好車

還好任務達成

 

 

 

小姐姐回來看到馬上喜新厭舊

要跟弟弟換這個

可是

這次換弟弟不願意

他就是要這個有飛機的筆袋

哈哈哈

就當成他的聖誕禮物吧

 

 



昨晚

全家一起去古拉爵用餐

小帥哥

堅持帶著他從學校剛完成的聖誕帽去

儘管大姐姐一直要他拿下來

他還是不願意

小一的他與國一的姊姊

果然有落差

 

小時童稚天真

長大ㄌ保守害羞

 

這就是成長吧

 

 

天氣真的很冷很冷

一定要穿暖和一點

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Dec 13 Fri 2013 21:27
  • 頑皮

 

朋友送我幾塊真皮

拿來玩玩

 

 

首先來個鑰匙包

看似房子

又像機器人

女孩

男孩

見解不一樣

你們看ㄋ

 

 

小小提籃

裝上束口袋

裝幾個銅板

小巧可愛

 


再來..........

時尚包款

也蠻能裝的




怎麼說ㄋ

沒有工具下

只能先用縫紉機打洞後再手縫

笨拙的樣子

自己作ㄉ還是覺得可愛

 

小小小物

越看越有趣

 

還要繼續玩下去

..........

 

 

晚安

祝大家有個愉快的周末假期

 

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家裡的皮沙發隨著三隻小豬的成長也跟著老舊

為ㄌ脊椎著想及耐用度

老爺獨排眾議

堅持換件木製沙發

 

夏天 坐起來涼涼的 很舒服

不過ㄋ

最近天氣越來越冷

坐在硬梆梆冷冰冰 的木頭椅上

真不是滋味

 

P1190479-1 

 

找出各式花布 裁啊裁

原本想拼成風車圖案

考慮到 放在客廳 不能太花

就來個最基礎的四角拼貼

 

P1190480-1

順便練習自由曲線

隨意壓線

坐在上面

看看不同的色塊

每塊布都有它的意義在

也許是件衣服

也許是款包包

也許是頂帽子

也許

.........

 

熱情的

溫馨的

寧靜的

.........

反映出當下的心情

 

 

P1190485-1  

花啦啦的布片

藉由素色布來調合

沉穩中帶點活潑

細細品味

 

生活

原來可以這麼簡單

 

 

 

夜深ㄌ

早點睡吧

祝大家有個美夢

晚安

 

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隨著十二月的到來

天氣漸漸變冷

聖誕節的腳步也越來越近

來個應景溫馨又實用的抱枕吧

 

P1190472-1

 

運用風車圖案

二次裁切 排列所完成的

聖誕花圈

感謝好友的分享

 

P1190474-1  

 

用金線

跟著風車圖案轉啊轉的壓線

多花ㄌㄧ些時間

但是效果也就生動多

 

出芽滾邊

完成後

加上背布

 

 

P1190470-1

 

背面 拉鍊直接藏起來

比較不會刮傷沙發

 

紅咚咚 熱鬧又溫馨的抱枕完成ㄌ

 

擺在客廳增添熱鬧氣氛

 

朋友們 一起試看看吧

 

晚安

 

祝大家有個溫馨又愉悅的冬日時光

 

 

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