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So, last Hanukah the gift idea I had been working on since my sister's birthday finally materialized. For my sistern (a UCSC Green Campus leader and much much ...
Really, any fabric will do: from dishcloth to old t-shirt, you can really get creative. My suggestion however, first of all fabrics which are washable--in case you replace ...
Life + sewing gets so much easier with an iron.Iron your fabrics. Find the silverware you will use or find silverware that would approximate what you might use. ...
Remove Silverware from pieces of fabric. Begin at the top.Taking your two sheets of fabric with the true outside (what you want to see) facing each other, sew ...
After ironing everything down up top, iron the remaining fabric of the utensil tuck down. Give yourself maybe a half inch hem, all around. Important: Next (before sewing ...
This is another opportunity to choose a fancy or more straightforward stitch for what will create mini pockets for each utensil.I actually recommend a straightforward stitch since sometimes ...
While this can vary depending on your skill and creativity ---ribbons, string, or buttons--- this feature should allow you to keep all your utensils rolled together on the ...
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