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Pag. 3 Multicolor Bracelet Pag. 4 Super Hero Masks Pag. 6 Soft Spring Pag. 8 Pot Holder shorts Pag. 10 Bloomed Polyshrink Pag. 12 Mini Hero Pag. 14 Dreamcatcher Pag. 16 Owl parking disk

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Pag. 18 Flowering pendant Pag. 20 Easter Bunny Pag. 22 Intervista a Chiara di My Country Nest Pag. 24 Nightingale Tag

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Pag. 26 Blooming Tag Pag. 28 Say it with a rose Pag. 29 Felt Tag

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Pag. 30 Pillow tag Pag. 31 Paper Patterns

THANKS I want to thank, in this issue too, the girls who have helped me to develop this magazine that I hope it is my and your dream that comes true little by little. In these two years I have been growing and improving as a person, maybe also, thanks to this small dream. I wonder if you share my thoughts and if you want to help us to improve the magazine or even just to say hello and tell us what was your favorite project ... WRITE US Here at the common address:

This magazine is in compliance with the new law on publishing (l. n. 62 of 7 March 2001 ). It is not a news organization, not a periodical and is updated according to the availability of the material. A special thanks to Luna who made the English version with me Free Images from; 2

Multicolor Bracelet made by Luna Materials

Various cotton threads; Crochet hook 0.5 mm; Metal bangle Do you have little time and lots of ending cotton threads? This is the pattern for you! Abbreviations (US terms): sc: single crochet

Hello everyone! My name is Luna, I'm 26. In this crazy world where no one remembers that "If you want something done, do it yourself" indeed, better to say, "Who is saying, makes crochet" is not only a way to say, I am still using needles, threads, and crochet hooks to create small handmade creations that I like a lot and I hope you too! Visit my site:

1 minute magic circle: Round 1: Start 6 sc in the magic ring (6) Round 2: Increases 12 sc (12) Round 3: 1sc, increase 1 sc each (18) Close the threads and cut threads in excess. Place the circles in the bangle, make sure that the circles are all on the same side!

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Super Hero masks made by Silvia H i! I


am Silvia, I'm 30 years old, I’ve a girl age four who is the muse of my creations! I use many materials, paper, wool, cotton, cross stitch, cloth and brushes. My little virtual space allows me to show my creations and to share thoughts and feelings with friends in internet. I love creating and messing around and I hope to pass down on Sabrina my love for creativity freedom. Visit my two blogs:; schemipensier ogspot. com

Felt or soft felt (red and black) Black elastic thread Black embroidery thread Pins Sewing needle Scissors and sewing machine

Start creating the super masks preparing all the materials. Print and cut out the masks shapes, take care to measure your children’s faces. If the size is too big, reduce a little the edges when printing. When the Spiderman and Batman silhouettes are ready put them on the red soft felt for Spiderman and on the black one for Batman. Put the pins to secure them. Cut two times (to make them more resistant ) each shape on the soft felt. Take a needle and a black thread (used twice and with a knot close to the bottom) and started embroidering from the center of the eyes a vertical and an horizontal line. Continue creating diagonal lines. Embroider it slowly across the mask as a spider but only on one of the two red sides of the mask, we will use the other to close the work on the back. Once the spider web on the front of the mask is finished, cut a piece of elastic thread after having measured the child's head and form a double knots at the


ends of the thread. Pins the two soft felt parts and in the sides enter the elastic thread’s knots. If you have the sewing machine, start sewing the edges at about 23 mm from the edge in order to lock the elastic thread between the two parts. If you do not have a sewing machine the process is the same, try to make the points very close by hand. Sew the edge around the eyes always about 2-3 mm. The mask is now over! To make the mask of Batman, the process is much easier, once you have cut out two shapes on black soft felt you only need to measure the elastic, make knots, pin the top part with the bottom one and sew inner and outer edges. And even the mask of Batman is ready! Hurray for Carnival!

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soft spring made by Mariella Materials Cloth Scissors Measuring tape Cotton Waxed Paper (2 sheets) Carbon paper Sewing machine Fabric relief colors Padding

I am Mariel la ... I’m an employee, but my mainly work is to be a mom and a wife. During the day I’m devoted to my work and, as soon as I get free, I dedicate the rest of my time to my child, that gives me unforgettable moments and I gives me the joy of life that makes everything more beautiful. In the evening, when the house falls asleep… my baby is sleeping and my husband is makes his hobbies ... I enter in my sweet little creative world, that for some time takes me away from the real world and makes me live on my little cotton candy cloud. Visit my blog: Write me:

First of all choose a fabric suitable for the project you want to create. In this case, we have a writing and a picture, I’m going to choose a solid color fabric for the front of the pillow , for the back pick your favorite one. I chose a purple cloth for the front and a patterned one for the back. Now trace the design we want to write on the fabric. You can choose... if you are very good at drawing, you can do it by hand, or, as I did, I used the carbon paper, starting from the picture . Once you have traced the writing and the picture start using the colored embossing marker, take care to hold the marker slightly raised. The result should be like in the photo. Now let it dry for about 12 hours ... I usually do it in the evening and it can dry overnight. Once dried, place the fabric in the middle of two of waxed paper sheets and ironed on the reverse, without steam, applying light


pressure. Do not press too much or you could also flatten the design. Our goal is that the design will magically "dilatate" , through the heat of the iron. Now bring the sewing machine! Put the two fabrics right sides together, pin and sew along the edges and leave a small part open , in order to turn the pillow. Cut the corners (a little bit), in this way the pillow will be easier to turn ( be careful not to cut the seam!) Stir the pillow and fill it with padding. Sew the open part and your spring pillow is ready!

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Pot holder shorts made by Roberta Hi! My name is Roberta, I am 46 years old, I have two children Matteo and Alice ... and I live in the province of Bologna. I work as a clerk in a small company. I love everything that is creative, I like experimenting new techniques, but my beloved passions are embroidery, cross stitch, and Punto Antico. I like talking about my passions with my creative friends and comparing our creations. If you want to see my creations come and visit my blog:

Materials Solid color fabric cm 25x25 Patterned fabric 20 x 20 Flat filling Needle Thread

Cut all the pot holder parts as in the photo. Sewing the cuffs and the belt 3 cm from the edge, take care that the front parts should be one against the other, then turn it up. Baste the pocket with the handkerchief and sew them on the shorts. Cut off the flat filling, baste it in the shorts and attach the accessories.


Sew the shapes of the shorts with the right sides together, leave a small piece opened to be able to turn the pot, put the piece of cloth that is used to hang the potholder. Turn to the right and sew by hand the opened


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Bloomed Polyshrink made by Ilaria Materials

Hello! I'm Ilaria, I'm 25 and I spend my free time creating things. I share this passion with my boyfriend who also helps me with my projects. I love working with felt, FIMO, resin and Polyshrink. I also love stamps and punches, and sometimes I mix all of them with embossing powders. I like experimenting new techniques, viewed on internet thanks to photographic collections. I love fantasy or even Christmas and Halloween projects. I often make hobbies markets with other girls with the same creativity passion.

Polyshrink (in this case I used the opal polyshrink) Colored ink pads Black ink pad Stamp Metal rings of two different sizes Small punchers (possibly a circular shape) Earwires Ruler

A brief introduction to who is not familiar with this material. Polyshrink, or Shrink Plastic, is a heat-shrinkable plastic. What does shrink mean? It means that with the heat, this material shrinks of about half of its size and increases in thickness. It is sold online or in supplied creative stores, you can find it transparent or colored and also printable. You can color it with crayons or inked pads and warm it in the oven or with the hot air gun. Below you will find the process to create Earrings with this material. Cut two Polyshrink rectangles of about 8x10 cm and make a hole in the top


centre with the circular punch. The hole will be used to insert the ring to attach the earring. Use the pads to dab the rectangles, using different colors and mixing them together. The colors you choose will become darker once the Polyshrink will be heated and shrunk. Take the stamp and dab it in the black ink, then stamp on the two rectangles. If you want, make another hole down in the middle of the Polyshrink with another punch. Now heat it, you can choose to bake your pieces at 180 째 C for 3 minutes or use the hot air gun. If you use the second choice try to evenly heat the piece, in order to make it shrink in the same way. While heating, the Polyshrink will shrivel up, but in the end he will regain his original back straight form. Let it become cooler a few minutes and hook the big ring and then the earwires.

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Mini Heros made by Silvia Materials Kid’s body white or solid color Cloth marker Black cotton cloth Stiffener paper (vlieseline) Pins For The little Price body: Yellow cotton cloth Metallic embossed marker

Print the word you prefer from the magazine. The print should not be mirrored. Cut out the printed paper and the symbol of Batman. Take the marker and insert the printed paper inside the body, in the middle of the two cotton layers, the front and the back of it. Leave some space from the neck for the Batman symbol. Pin the paper to the body with pins. Start tracing the letters with the


cloth marker. Iron well the body on the back when the words are dry. Take care to cut the symbol of Batman very well and place it over the paper vlieseline, it is a glue paper that will attach it first to one side on the fabric and then removing the paper will be attached on the other side. Cut a piece of vlieseline big enough for the symbol and turn it on the black cloth from the glued side. Iron it on the black cloth, once cooled traced the edges of the

Batman symbol. Cut carefully out the Batman symbol now on the glued cloth, remove the paper from the vlieseline and iron the symbol on the body, on the top, just above the words and just below the neck. The symbol is well glued, but if you wash it a lot it may comes off, so I decided to sew around the edge with the sewing machine and black thread. Sew around the inside Batman’s edge, it is very sharp and thin in some places, take care to go slow. Iron it well on the back before washing it. Remember not to wash it to more than 40 ° and to iron it always on the back. For the Little Prince body the process is the same, you only have to replace the cloth marker with a metallic embossed marker, or a color that you prefer. Also in this case it is always better to wash it no more than 40 ° and to iron it always on the back.


Dream Catcher made by Laura Materials Embroidery hoop 1 old doily Charms, beads, feathers Big white wool thread Big rough twine 2 types of ribbon lace Pieces of cream-colored linen fabric (roses) Hot glue

Hello I'm Laura, a mother of three daughters, a wife, and a sewaholic blogger. I love sewing, embroidering and crocheting. I’m a passionate and spontaneous self-taught in everything I make. I like creating everything that goes through my mind. This was the reason that encouraged me to realize my personal sewing patterns . In addition I also have published three paper books, and an ebook. I love my home, where everything talks about me. My inspiration come from: the Nordic style, cottages, country and coastal furniture. I mix them giving birth to my personal artistic expression. If you want to know more about me, please visit my blog

The dream catcher tradition originated in some native peoples of North America and is represent a magic talisman that can give us happy dreams. Various legends tell that placing a dream catcher near the bed, all the bad dreams get caught in the net of the web, while pleasant dreams come to us making our nights peaceful.

LAKOTA TRIBE DREAM CATCHER LEGEND In ancient times an old spiritual leader was on top of a mountain and had a vision. Iktomi, the deception and prudence God, appeared in the form of spider and made a hole in an old willow tree, where he placed 'feathers, horse hair and beads. Soon after, he started spinning a web. When he finished, he said to the wise old man from the Lakota tribe "this net it’s a perfect circle with a hole in the centre." You must use it to help your people to achieve their objective, make a good use of ideas, dreams and visions.


When you believe in the Great Spirit, the web can grab good ideas and let the bad ones get lost through the hole. Nowadays this means that at any time of our life there are many forces that go with us (good or bad). If we listen we will always go in a better direction (the bad always carry us in the wrong direction). This legend is considered sacred by Lakotas. Nowadays they still hang the dream catcher at the entrance of their homes as many of us hang a horseshoe as a good luck.

Cut out the doily in order to put and secure it inside the embroidery hoop. Hang the charms on a rough wire and the feathers on a resistant cotton thread ; cut, the threads of wool, wire and lace of different length. Make a string of pearls (at least ten). Cut a rectangle of cloth thin as the edge of the embroidery hoop (length: less than the quarter of the circle), and glue, the wires, the rope, the lace, feathers, charms and the string of pearls on it. Glue on the back of the embroidery hoop the rectangle of cloth. Make three roses made of fabric, glue a bead in the center of all of them and glue them to the frame.

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Owl parking disk made by Marta Hi! I’m Marta and I live near the city of Novara with my husband and my daughter Mia. I work as a commercial secretary in Milan. I love creativity and I love learning new techniques. My favorite techniques are cross-stitch and crochet but I like trying new techniques: creative sewing, scrap booking, tatting etc ... Visit my blog:

Materials Different colors felt Hot glue Cardboard Scissors Split pins

Cut the felt as the printed pattern and make a hole in the centre. Print and cut out the parking disk (if possible on cardboard) and make a hole in the center to fix it to the base of the owl. Fix the parking disk with a split pin in the centre of the thick felt (owl), be careful, the parking disk should be fixed under the owl felt, you should see it only from the cut out triangle. Glue all the owl parts with the hot glue (Be careful the parking disc part must be free)


Decorate your owls with ribbons and little buttons and ... VoilĂ a nice friend for your car!

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Flowering pendant made by Francesca Materials

My name is Francesca and I live in Milan. I like creating new cross stitch charts and experiencing all kinds of embroidery. I love painting embroidery fabrics as a hobby and building little wood houses. In my free time I like collecting famous designers charts. Visit my blog:

Metal cameo Base Embroidered fabric according to the chart (dmc colors: 1 54, 935, 3046, 777) Light filling Light cardboard (like the packaging of breakfast cereals) Scissors UHU glue or hot glue Embroider the pattern on your fabric as in the chart. Cut the shape of the internal oval in the cardboard (Cameo base); Glue the filling on the oval shape; Glue the embroidered fabric on the filling and remove the edges of leaving 6 mm out of the shape. Glue the edges on the back of the cardboard. Glue the oval cardboard on the cameo base.


Fold the fabric and glue it to the back of the card. The pendant is ready to be worn!

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Easter Bunny made by Laura Materials Bottle jar’s cap (a small one) Ecru linen, or medieval cloth Cream, pink and green soft felt Gingham ribbon and rough twine Hot glue Fabric Marker Needle and thread

For this Easter project, I was inspired by the cute Easter bunny drawn in children’s books. It can become a nice close towel or place holders in our Easter table. The project is really simple to make and you can have fun and make it with your children.

Cut a large circle (about ½ more compared to your cap). With needle and thread make a string along the circumference, place the cap, tighten well curl and make a knot.


Use the soft felt to cut the silhouettes of the two ears, bent them slightly at the base and glue them to the head. Made a rose and put it at the base of the ears. Made a bow and glue it as you can see from the photo. Cut a small heart from the pink soft felt and glue it as a nose, draw the eyes with the marker. Cut a circle of cream soft felt and paste it on the back of the rabbit/cap, in order to hide the seam. Your funny Easter bunny is ready to decorate your table.


We've being known each other for many years, we have shared our passions, although we were far apart. We're friends that's why I can say that you have change a lot, your creativity has been modified. If before you expressed your art through your home, sewing and crocheting now you express your art with your body. So, before starting the real interview, I'd like to know from you who is Chiara Fiore. Thank you Laura! Well, Chiara is an extremely passionate and curious girl. A person who often changes tastes and inclinations, having been caught by a thousand worlds and possibilities. If sewing and DIY helped me in a bad and lonely period, now my life has taken a different turn and fitness gave me the physical and mental form I have been looking for a long time. I can not say that I have lost my creativity. It will always be part of me somehow. The decoration of the house, the attention to the details, the love for handmade decoration will always be a part of me. But now I need to express myself through new challenges, new horizons, that have nothing to do with manual activities. I only need for myself a stable mental and manual exercise, but I have moved towards a more personal research. Let's go back in time, how did your passion for sewing start? Did you attend some courses or are you self-taught? The passion for sewing began quite by chance. After moving in the Marche region in 2006 I had free time. In some exhibitions I saw wonderful creations made with cloths and I thought about how would I have liked to do things like that. I had never even sewn a button until then let alone to use the sewing machine! I


have started sewing after a full immersion patchwork course of a day. I remember feeling bad because they took for granted notions that I absolutely did not know. But that day helped me to overcome fear and learn a few tricks. Back home I started to sew every day for hours. I have read tutorials on the internet, bought books and I kept me informed. I can say that I'm a self-taught and the proof that "where there is a will, there is a way". If you think you do not know how to do something just because you have not ever tried is wrong immersion di patchwork.

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What does it mean to be creative? To this question, some time ago I would have said that means to have the ability to see beyond the individual objects, to find new uses and new variations to old things or raw materials. In short, I would have defined creativity according to the manual and the decoration in general. Today I can say that creativity is a skill that not "My country nest" tells your art, your home, your everyone has, but it can certainly be cultivated and brand new B&B. What it is your blog, nowadays? improved with exercise. It 'something that involves both the manual, and everyday life. We can be My blog has been my virtual nest for six years, the second home of my soul and my creativity. I showed creative in the way we work, to think in a nonconformist way or to see beyond appearances. We and shared every single creation (many in these years), every step of the restructuring of our cottage can be creative in creating choreographies, in in the countryside. I showed you through internet a matching dresses and accessories, in everyday living. And it is an essential skill nowadays in a part of myself. I've met wonderful people, had the process of world standardization. A skill that takes chance to collaborate with famous companies and time and self-sacrifice, in an age of speed and magazines. I had had big satisfaction from them. Now I have to admit, alas, that my creativity has fall superficiality. asleep. I seldom update my blog, either because I'm Your B&B, Antica Selva, has recently opened its not so creative, or because I do a lot of fitness, and also because I prefer the speed and convenience of doors. What can you tell us about this the socials like Facebook and Instagram. They allow experience? me to use my phone instead of the camera and post Our B&B has had a very difficult and troubled history, for bureaucratic and economic reasons. We at once, without the long process of post editing were finally able to open in June 2015. Receiving and writing texts that a well-maintained blog visitors and giving them familiarity moments is requires daily. something that gave us pride and satisfaction. In our B&B everything is carefully tended. Every Nowadays Socials prevail, they are faster and more immediate. What is your relationship with decorative item has been designed and reviewed by us. Every room has to give the feel of a private home them? that welcomes friends and travellers with warmth As I said before, socials are exactly that. They and confidentiality. Our represent the speed and the immediacy of our guests say that we have thought, our images. They are extremely succeeded and the comfortable. They are a continue source of inspiration, but some affection that remains with each of them is of them a little bit cold whereas blogs, full of texts priceless. For those and ideas, are who want more information, the site is not. I’m rather depende nt on the socials, I admit.


Nightingale Tag made by Ilaria Hello! I'm Ilaria, Airali is my name spelled backwards because I often do / Pale blue, blue, orange, yellow see things upside down. I love tins, ice cream, walking and the absolute silence cotton yarn (leftover) This example was made withdmc (as much as the opposite). While I was commuting between Naples natura (155 m / 50g) and Sorrento I met with amigurumi. Now 2,5 mm crochet hook I'm in London, in a new house where I'm 3 mm black bead going to accumulate yarns;) Black embroidery thread My passion for crochet and knit, together Felt fabric with my passion for design, led me to Tapestry needle open my blog more than five years ago.


Abbreviations (US terms):

ch: chain slst: slip stitch sc: single crochet hdc: half double crochet inc: single crochet increase dec: single crochet decrease dc: double crochet [number]: total stitches in the row/round

Measures: approx 5 x 8 cm level: easy


Tag(in pale blue yarn) Ta Ch 11 . gs Row 1 : start in the second ch from hook, sc in next 1 0 st, turn[1 0] pa tte Row 2 - 1 3: ch 1 , sc in next 1 0 st, turn [1 0] r ns Row 1 4: ch 1 , 1 dec, sc in next 6 st, 1 dec, turn [8] Row 1 5: ch 1 , sc in next 8 st, turn [8] Row 1 6: ch 1 , 1 dec, sc in next 4 st, 1 dec, turn [6] Row 1 7: ch 1 , sc in next 2 st, ch 2, skip 2 st, sc in next 2 st [6] Make a sc border all around the tag. Make 3 sc in each bottom corner and 2 sc in each upper corner. Sl st in next st, fasten off. Bird (in blue yarn) Work in a continuous round. Round 1 : start 6 sc in a magic ring [6] Round 2: inc 6 times [1 2] Round 3: (inc in next st, sc in next st) 6 times [1 8] Round4 (partial): 2 hdc in next st, 2 dc in next st, 2 hdc in next st, sc in next st. Sl st in next st. Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing. Beak (in yellow yarn). Join yarn between the first 2 hdc of the last round of the bird. Ch 3, start in the second ch from hook, sc in next ch, hdc in next ch. Slst in next st of the bird. Tail (in blue yarn) Cut two strands of blue yarn, fold them in half and with a crochet hook, insert them in a stitch and make a knot (like a fringe scarf). Sew the bird between row 2 and 8 of the tag, sew the black bead eye between round 3 and 4, close to the beak. With black thread, embroider feet and musical notes as in the pictures (make the dot of the notes like a french knot). Cut a shape from the felt fabric using the tag as guide. Line the tag with the felt shape using embroidery thread and small hidden stitches. Use a string or a cord to knot the tag wherever you want. Venite a visitare il mio sito: La mia pagina Pinterest: airali_gray/ La mia pagina Google+: La mia pagina Instagram: AIRALI_GRAY/ Il mio negozio Etsy: La mia pagina Facebook:


Blooming Tag made by Francesca

Embroider the pattern as in the chart. Cut the shape of the Embroidered fabric according to tag in the cardboard; the chart Glue the filling on the Light cardboard (like the shape; packaging of breakfast cereals) Light Filling Sew buttons on the Felt or soft felt embroidered fabric Satin or organza ribbon using the same colour Coloured buttons of the flower for the Sewing thread thread or according to Scissors your taste; Glue Place the embroidered fabric above the filling and cut it leaving a 6 mm edge;



Glue on the back of the cardboard the folded fabric. Paste the ribbon on the back, put twice as in the photo. Cut the felt (or soft felt) same shape of the tag and glue it covering the back of the tag.


Linen or raw fabric (tag) Cream linen fabric (rose) 1 bead 1 strand of white wool 1 piece of lace Eyelet machine and bronze eyelets Hot Glue Draw the shape of the tag on the fabric (fold it twice), with the front part facing the interior. Sew along the edge and cut out. Make the cut in the center of the tag and stir it. Bring all the corners out and iron it. Make a hole with the eyelet machine, fix the bronze eyelet (see your eyelet machine instruction) and finally add the strand of wool. Glue the lace just above the cut (a nice way to hide it!). Make a small rose with the cream linen fabric and paste in it a bead in the center. Glue the rose in the centre of the lace. Your tag is ready. If you can’t sew, replace the fabric with the natural colored wool felt.


Felt tag made by Marta

Materials Thick felt (color of your choice) Green Thick felt Red soft felt (roses) Hot glue Beads Eyelet machine Eyelets Charm Ribbon

Draw on thick felt the shape of the tag (see pattern). If you have the “Big Shot� you can automatically cut using the right punch master. With green thick felt but cut or die-cut some leaflets or a woven pattern. Paste the green felt on the tag. Cut out or die-cut (see pattern) a rose on the red soft felt. Roll the spiral flower from the center and fix it with hot glue in order to form the rose. Make a smaller little rose making and fix it near the big one. Fix the beads in the middle of the roses with hot glue. Use the eyelet machine to make a hole in the top center, put the eyelet in the hole and fix it. Bring in the end a ribbon and insert it in the hole of the tag. Secure it with a knot. The tag is ready to decorate your package!


Pillow tag made by Silvia Materials Prepare the materials: linen and embroidery threads and embroider the tag chart with the colour you prefer. Choose a patterned fabric and hem with the sewing machine the embroidered linen. Take a colored thread and insert it into the linen to form a trace (see photo), then form a bow and fix it in the middle of the trace. Sew a piece of cloth patterned on the front of the pillow, taking care to face always the two cloth fronts against, stir the cloth and do the seam again. You will have a rectangle of cloth. Cut out the patterned fabric rectangular for the back side. IN order to sew turn the two parts of cloth front to front and fix the ribbon in the middle of the two fabrics, see photo below. Fix everything with pins. Sew with the sewing machine taking care to leave 3 cm on one side (whatever you prefer) opened. After sewing reverse your work and in the corners do it with a tips rounded scissors, fill the pillow with filling and dried lavender or a fragrance of your choice and sew the opening. Your tag is scented and ready to be hung!

Patterned fabric for the front and back Cotton thread and embroidery threads Linen fabric and embroidery needle Sewing machine Filling Ribbon Scissors and pins Dried lavender



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P. 6 Be careful, if you trace the image with carbon paper, print the image, and do not mirror it. If you print on the transfer paper to iron, mirror the page before printing.

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My little Prince


Be careful, if you trace the image with carbon paper, print the image, and do not mirror it. If you print on the transfer paper to iron, mirror the page before printing. Print the words twice to enlarge them.


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