NEW TOTE BAG EMBROIDERY KIT IN MY ETSY SHOP!

The #summer #tattooedlady #totebag

Now available to #diy as an #embroiderykit #stepbystep in my #etsyshop

https://www.etsy.com/listing/507071164/tote-bag-embroidery-kit-the-summer

#vintagemadbym Doable by patient #embroiderybeginner too!#embroideryart #handembroidery #couture #broderie #bordado #saccabas

 

WHAT DO YOU USE TO CARRY YOUR EMBROIDERY PARAPHERNALIA?

#seamstress #wwproblems I was carrying this ugly ziplock pouch with my threads for a while now for when I m doing #embroidery while in the transports or away from home and was feeling pretty ashamed for having such an ugly thing in my bag. Lazyness winning it all I really had to wait the moment when the bottom openned and I was gonna loose things to find a better option. I then decided to go for a gorgeous #vintagezipper in a #powderpink color with #ivory #silkorganza so I could see through which I find convenient. I aslo added some #couture#frenchseams ET VOILA! Pretty happy that good old plastic bag collapsed!👧🏻🤘🏻#sewing

BEFORE….. :(((

AFTER :)))

 

NEW KIND OF KIT IN MY ETSY SHOP: TOTE BAGS!

Here it is!

My first #ToteBag #embroiderykit. Love how it looks, beautiful but uncommun at the same time. Plus EVERYBODY CAN MAKE IT!

You can find it in my #etsyshop

 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/485046233/tote-bag-kit-to-embroider-with-anatomic

 

 

POISON BUNTING KIT FOR SALE in my Etsy Shop….

Get ready for spring!

A funny embroidery and sewing kit, suitable for beginners but challenging enough for more experience seamstresses.

 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/286548979/poison-themed-bunting-diy-kit-to?ref=shop_home_active_1

 

First sewing PDF TUTORIAL ON ETSY

I am really excited to announce that I just put my first PDF DOWNLOADABLE SEWING TUTORIAL on Etsy.

 

https://www.etsy.com/listing/271022925/pdf-tutorial-for-purse-with-zipper-with?ref=shop_home_active_1

 

It is for my very favorite kind of zippered purse, the ones that are ALWAYS with me while on the road.

I just love these purses and made a few for myself or for friends.

These are so versatile and convenient to tidy your crafty materials, make up, papers, pencils…..

This tutorial took me a while to achieve, because it means, making a purse step by step, while taking a massive amount of pictures at each step and also trying to write down the explanations as clearly as possible.

I made my very best and hope you ll enjoy it.

It is of course suitable for the very beginners, even the ones scared by the thought of sewing a zipper in place!

 

 

OFFREZ DES BONS CADEAUX POUR ATELIERS COUTURE A STRASBOURG

Pour cette fin d’ année, je vous propose des bons pour des ateliers couture, à Strasbourg, à offrir ou à utiliser vous même.

Venez les mains dans les poches et repartez avec un joli objet ou accessoire fait main par vos soins!

N’ hésitez pas à me contacter pour plus de renseignements:

muriel@vintagemadbym.com

 

BON POUR UN ATELIER BIBI- HEADBAND STYLE RETRO ( parfait pour les fêtes): 25€ durée environ une heure, fournitures comprises.

 

BON POUR UN ATELIER POCHETTE ZIPPEE ( très pratique et jolie): 30€ durée environ 2 heures, fournitures comprises.

 

BON POUR UN SAC CABAS: 35€ durée environ 2 heures, fournitures comprises.

 

BON POUR UNE ROBE TRAPEZE: 60€ durée environ 3 heures, fournitures comprises. 40€ sans les fournitures.

 

BON POUR UN JUPON EN SATIN: 35€ durée environ 2 heures, fournitures comprises

 

BON POUR UN ATELIER INITIATION A LA BRODERIE: 25€ durée environ une heure, fournitures comprises.

 

BON POUR UN ATELIER NOEUD PAPILLON POUR DANDY DÉCALLÉ: 35€ durée environ 2 heures, fourniture comprises.


 

BON POUR UN ATELIER HEADBAND TURBAN FINITIONS COUTURE: 30€ durée environ 1heure 30, fournitures comprises.

 

From Tablecloth to 60′ s A-line dress

I ve been given 2 huge bin bags full of old tablecloth. I usually accept all kinds of vintage fabric, linen, curtains, etc…..as I know some of them can become very interesting to upcycle.

I ve made some of my favorite dresses from curtains.

I also decided I wanted to sew A-line dresses for my stall next summer at the Brunswick Festival in Hove. They are easy to do, suit and fit most of the people and are timeless.

I decided to give a go with these tablecloth, using an old ” pattern” I found 4 years ago in a tutorial from Elle magazine. It s a very simple pattern, 2 pieces of fabric, front darts at the bust and no closure. The pattern goes for facings around the neckline and armholes, but I decided to sew bias instead. I also rounded a bit the armholes.

In case you are interested to give it a go, here are the patterns, the measurments are in centimeters and DO NOT include the 1.5cm seam allowances.

For the first dress, I choose the fabric I liked less to check first if I liked this pattern.

I must admitt I m quite happy with the result and even made a coordinating Tote Bag for fun!

More A- line dresses to come soon!!!!