Fivela De Fuxico Tradicional

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Introduction: Fivela De Fuxico Tradicional

O fuxico e' uma aplicacao feita de retalhos. E bem tradicional no Brasil.

Step 1: Retalho

Quanto menor, mais delicado fica. Este retalho tem 4cm x 4cm.

Step 2: Dobrando

Dobre no meio e, depois, dobre novamente.

Step 3: Cortando O Circulo

Segure o quadrado com as pontas cruas do tecido para baixo e corte como indicado na figura.

O resultado deve ser um circulo.

Step 4: Costurando

Alinhave as bordas do circulo como se fosse franzi-lo.

Step 5: Franzindo

Va franzindo aos poucos para se certificar de que as bordas estao ficando viradas para fora. Quando terminar, puxe o fio ate o final.

Step 6: Acabamento

Com dois ou tres fuxicos, voce ja pode cola-los em uma fivela.

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    16 Comments

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    retro-redux
    retro-redux

    14 years ago on Step 6

    even though I don't speak spanish your tutorial was easy to follow:) Kudos on the easy way to cut out the circles:)

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    karlalopez
    karlalopez

    Reply 14 years ago on Step 6

    thanx, retro... what is "kudos"?? :)

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    jinxbh
    jinxbh

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    its congratulations, why? that i dont know

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    Feamsu
    Feamsu

    13 years ago on Introduction

    Ve essas imagens e tenta intender povinho preguiçoso xD
    Nice comment Karla =)

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    Williz
    Williz

    14 years ago

    Most online translator's are crap.

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    Jezza Bear
    Jezza Bear

    Reply 14 years ago

    Williz

    The last two comments you have made in this thread are uneccessary. You don't need to say that when you have the internet at your fingertips. You can use plenty of links such as:

    Babel Fish

    It is certainly adequate to get an understanding of what is being said. As you send your comment, read the litle link message below the text box "We have a be nice comment policy". Just because the Karla does not speak English it should not stop her posting.

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    jeffreyf
    jeffreyf

    14 years ago

    Those are very pretty. Have you thought of selling the things you make?

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    karlalopez
    karlalopez

    Reply 14 years ago

    Not really. But it would be nice. :)

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    Williz
    Williz

    14 years ago

    Most people here speak english. Try to do a translation please :D

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    canida
    canida

    Reply 14 years ago

    There's a nice group of Spanish and Portuguese Instructables on the site- English isn't required to post on Instructables! It's especially neat to find bilingual Instructables, but again that's not a barrier for entry. This is an inclusive site, and everyone should feel welcome to share their projects! Karla has listed Portuguese in the keywords so you can run the instructions through a translation program, but good photo-documentation transcends language.

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    hethlee
    hethlee

    14 years ago

    Cute! I love Yo-yos

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    Williz
    Williz

    14 years ago

    It's alright. I'm here to help :)