Do you have large open space which need dividing? Or you love to find innovative use for our curtain fabrics? Or maybe you would like to have a bit different made to measure curtains – maybe curtains with windows? For an apartment renovation EGOTA from Tokyo has used two curtains: One curtain, which separates kitchen and the other curtain hides the new built-in wardrobe and shows a mirror of the internal elevation. They like to play with the real and illusion of inside and outside as well as question of original and copy. We think it perfect solutions for small studio flats also. Do not be bore – try something new with your curtain fabrics!
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You will need: Linen fabric. We used Ada & Ina’s Lotta white and oatmeal 100% Linen fabrics. The lamp cage & lamp cord Hand sewing needle Sewing supplies For this tutorial we used the old Ikea Orgel lamp. If you don’t have this old Ikea lamp it’s ok to use any other lamp frame if […]
A cover for your sewing machine is necessary to keep the dust out and keep it running smoothly. Covers that come with most sewing machines are not the most visually-pleasing so make your own from fabric to match your style and decor. With this tutorial it’s super easy to make your own. You will need: […]
Are you unsure how much fabric you need for your upholstery project? This upholstery fabric guide is meant to help you decide the amount of upholstery fabric you may need for your upholstery project. In this guide we are showing the images of different furniture and number of meters typically needed for reupholstering. This guide […]
This fire blanket cover tutorial is designed for blanket measuring 100 x 130 cm (39,4 x 51,2 “) Begin by making a pattern height 43½cm x width 23cm (17,1″ x 9″) These measures include seam allowance. Cut the fabric in two identical-size pieces. We used Ada&Ina’s Chevron & Chervil white linen fabrics. Click images […]
You will need: Fabric. We used Ada&Ina’s Blocks black linen fabric elastic bobby pin/safety pin sewing supplies First open your fabric and sit the iron board right on top. Using your ironing board as a template cut the shape of it about 4″ away from the edge After your fabric is cut make a ½” […]