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outdoor cushion covers Christmas Tree Skirt pillow case baby

Author: admin Updated: 2020-03-06 12:58 Views: 55

Cover that poor thing up with a tree skirt. Sheesh. :)

A very basic, yet classy tree skirt.

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I have had several requests on how to make one…;…;so here is a very simple solution. You’;re going to love how easy this is. And how many ways you can personalize it and make it your own.

I stopped by Hancock Fabric and checked out their clearanced upholstery fabrics…;..and found a Christmas-y color. This fabric was 60 inches wide and I bought 2 yards for a couple of dollars. And this made a good sized tree skirt. Probably perfect for a 6-7 foot tree. Anything larger, and you would need to piece fabric together to make it bigger. Then I found upholstery/curtain trimming on sale for 80% off. So it ended up being about $1.25 a yard. I used about 4 yards.

So firstoutdoor cushion covers, cut a circle out of your material…;(find the center, pin it and then measure out the same distance from the center pin all the way around in a circle, pinning along the way. Then cut out along the outer pins.)

Then place a bowl (about the same size as you’;d like your center hole where the tree trunk will go) over the center pin and cut a straight line in towards the bowl…;

…;..and then cut around the bowl.

Then, sew some double folded bias tape around the center circle. (I used some scrap bias tape and didn’;t quite have enough, so mine doesn’;t quite reach the ends…;..but it will do.)

Then fold the edges of the two straight edges under a 1/4 inch and then another 1/4 inch. Sew into place.

Then turn under the edges of the outer circle a 1/4 inch and then another 1/4 inch. Sew into place.

Then attach your trimming to the outer circle. And that’;s it.

Easy, simple, and perfect.

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My mom has a Djembe and she wanted a way to transport it and keep it safe.? I did some shopping around for a bag, and decided that I could make her one as nice (if not better) than what was commercially available.?It doesn't matter if you are a Busker, Troubadour, Minstrel, or just want to bang on the drum all day; you will enjoy the easy transportation and comfy place to sit that this bag design offers.I am by no means a professional seamster, and I am sure there are a few things that I didn't do correctly, or could have been done a better way; but I have used a sewing machine once or twice before, and this is how I did it.?If you know a method or technique that I should have used feel free to let me know in the comments so I can apply them to my future endeavors.Some nice added bonuses from making it myself:- I can make it using a fabric that mom likes (90 percent of the bags i saw for sale were plain black)- A store bought gift has a hard time stacking up against a present that you took the time and effort to make yourself- I was able to add features she could use, like the seat cushionSince we live several hours apart,I did not have the drum available when I was making the bag so all I had to go off of was the basic measurements of the drum that I was given14" upper diameter7" lower diameter11" height lower section of the drum13" height upper section of the drumI made and assembled everything with the exception of attaching the backpack straps to the bag until I had a chance to see how the drum fit in the bag and how the bag would ride as a backpack.It was a good thing that I waited because I ended up having to move the top of the straps up about 3 inches from their originally planned location all the way up to near the drawstring channel.?

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