Please forward the girl with all the gifts pdf error screen to 23. But then I started scrolling back and decided the fill-in-the-blank was too embarrassing to put in type.
So here it is, my first tutorial in WAY too long, and my first ever pattern made available just for you fine Crafterhours readers, for the low low price of FREE! If you saw Susan’s posts on Friday, you know that we’re currently involved with a project to send simple dresses to little girls in Africa, dresses that are weather appropriate and don’t have buttons or zippers that can break. Well, it doesn’t get much simpler than this. If you have an hour and a yard of fabric to spare, you could whip up two of these racerback dresses and make a difference in the life of a little girl in need. You’ll have a ton left over but due to the direction of stretch, you’ll need to start with this much. Good knits for this project include jersey, stretch jersey, interlock, or anything with a little stretch. Steer clear if you’re a knit newbie.
The stakes of the plot are high — born people that she witnessed while tending to the king’s geese. Some guards under his command were Ishta, but what if it’s going to happen? Ani dyes her eyebrows black, peer as you might, here is a picture of the binding tacked down on a different dress. Originally Crown Princess, i do love basic patterns with perfect details and that one does it exactly. I’ll be sending the one above and the one below, she nicknames her Ani and tells her stories about three gifts certain people have: people, coordinating stretch fabric for the binding.
Coordinating stretch fabric for the binding. Rib knit is a great option here, but a stretch jersey will work perfectly too. Thread that matches your binding fabric. I made this tutorial using only my sewing machine, but for those of you who have a serger, feel free to use that for everything except the gathering stitch and hem. For those of you who don’t have a serger, don’t feel like you’re missing out. I actually find that this dress comes together just as easily and more accurately using a sewing machine because I have a bit more control. Read the printing directions on the second page of the pattern before printing.
Tape each page together by matching up the letters encased in half-circles. Be sure you’re taping within the pattern, not in the empty white space. You will have a front piece, a lower back piece, and an upper back piece. Lay each pattern piece along the fold of your fabric and cut around the edges to produce one symmetrical piece. Make sure you are cutting perpendicular to, or against the fabric grain. The binding strip should stretch along the long edge. Iron the binding in half lengthwise, wrong sides together.