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  • How To Sew An Easy Travel Pillow – DIY Crafts Tutorial – Guidecentral

    1970-01-01

    Guidecentral is a fun and visual way to discover DIY ideas learn new skills, meet amazing people who share your passions and even upload your own DIY guides. We provide a space for makers to share their handmade crafts, home decor projects, fashion and beauty tips, homemade recipes and other life hacks with our global community.Download the free Guidecentral app to browse thousands of DIY projects on-the-go. - Google Play: - Apple App Store: - Amazon Kindle Store: Guidecentral Maker Program lets you earn money by sharing your DIY projects. Learn more at this DIY project: - Title: Sew an Easy Travel Pillow - Maker: Sahana Ajeethan – - View the full step-by-step tutorial on Guidecentral: - 1/2 yard fabric - Matching Thread - Sewing Machine or Fabric glue - Paper for pattern - Ruler & Pencil - Hand sewing needle - Fabric Scissors & Paper Scissors - Straight pinsConnect with us! - Website: - Pinterest: - Facebook: - Twitter: - Google+: - Instagram: - YouTube: ’t be shy! Subscribe to this YouTube channel

  • DIY Cute Rugs | Easy No Sew Home Decor

    1970-01-01

    Click Like & Subscribe? ♥ Sometimes we like to change up our room theme but rugs can cost a fortune. This tutorial shows you how to turn affordable fabric into your own one-of-a-kind rug to decorate with! Make sure to choose fabrics like faux fur or home décor upholstery types for durability. I spent $25 in total for the materials to jazz up my shoe closet flooring. P.S. Wash DIY rug in cool water on the gentle rinse. Enjoy, Lisa ♥ Supplies: -Scissors -Ruler -From Joann fabric store *2 Yards of Upholstery and Faux Fur Fabric *Aleene's Crystal Clear Tacky Spray Permanent Adhesive -From Stores that sells rugs like Walmart or Target *Rug Pad (It comes in different sizes depending on how big is your rug) My outfit: -Tobi.com Behind Skull Black Long Sleeve Top -Zara Olive Side Zipper Pants -Zara Studded Ballet Flats -H&M Necklace ♥ Facebook Me: ‪ Twitter: ‪‪‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‬‬‬‬‬♥ Instagram: beautysplurge ‪‬‬‬‬‬ ♥ Pinterest: ‪‬‬... ♥ Music Credit: I'm in Love by Alex Gaudino

  • How to Make an Amazing Easy Bean Bag Chair (Sillón Puff Tutorial) | Live Colorful

    1970-01-01

    Make a super simple bean bag chair in a few minutes using 2 meters of heavyweight fabric (147 cm wide). I used waratah drill from . The design is “cheery” from LIVE COLORFUL collection. ------------ Haz un sillón puff (bean bag chair) en pocos minutos usando 2 metros de tela gruesa (147 cm de ancho). TUTORIAL COMPLETO EN ESPAÑOL AQUI: ------------------------- MATERIAL: 2 meters of heavyweight fabric. I used waratah drill (147 cm wide) 2 packs of bean bag chair refill (100 Liter refill bags) (affiliate link) Sewing machine Thread Scissors Pins The full tutorial here: Print and design your own fabric with Digital Fabrics: Live Colorful collection with Digital Fabrics: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL FOR MORE DIYs :) Find Live Colorful here: BLOG: * INSTAGRAM: * FACEBOOK: * PINTEREST: I hope the tutorial inspired you to add more color into your home using fabrics! This is a compensated project in collaboration with Digital Fabrics. Thanks for supporting the sponsors!

  • Magnet Boards - Dorm Room DIY

    1970-01-01

    Hi! This is my first YouTube video (hopefully I'll have more soon!) and I decided to make magnet boards! My reason for making them like this is that didn't really like the other DIY ones using cookie sheets. So, rather than buying one, I decided to do it another way! The materials I used were: Sheet Metal (any size) Board/Wood (same size as metal) Gorilla Glue Fabric Hot Glue Scissors I hope y'all find this at least a little helpful. Pardon any mistakes - I'm still learning how to edit! Thanks so much for watching!

  • DIY CRATE SEATS | A Classroom Diva

    1970-01-01

    Want to know how to make your OWN DIY crate seats for the students in your classroom?! Watch this tutorial! It is SUPER easy!!! Thanks for watching! :) Materials: -Crates ($5.97/ea from Wal-Mart) -Foam Mattress Pad - Twin ($9.94 from Wal-Mart) -Staple Gun -Staples for Staple Gun -Pen -Scissors -Fabric (1/2 yard per crate seat) -Ribbon -Duct Tape (optional)

  • NURSERY DECOR DIYS | KATE MURNANE

    1970-01-01

    Hi guys, so today I thought I'd show you some of my favourite decorative DIY's for both boys and girls nursery's and bedroom! I really hope you enjoy it Kate x SUPPLIES: Feather Wall Hanging: A Stick Gold Dipped Feathers: Scissors (obviously doesn't have to be these ones!): Embroidery Hoop Gallery Wall: Embroidery Hoops: Fabric: (I Used) Scissors: Floral Cot Mobile: Artificial Flowers: Polystyrene Wreath Base: Lace: Glue gun & Gluesticks: Scissors: Decorative Tassels: Wool: Hobby Craft Embroidery Floss: Cardboard: (mine was 15mm long approx) Scissors: CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE :) COME AND SAY HI! SHOP: BLOG: TWITTER: INSTAGRAM: FACEBOOK: SNAPCHAT: kate.murnane RIK'S TWITTER: RIK'S INSTAGRAM:

  • Spunbond™ - Tough, flexible, affordable fabric for sewing and crafting!

    1970-01-01

    See more at: Meet Spunbond, the tough new white polyester fabric with the soft, slightly pebbly texture. Spunbond is lightweight, strong, water-resistant, and just a bit stiff, making it a great stabilizer to give your projects some body. Once you try it, you'll want to keep it always on hand. · Durable! Spunbond is easy to cut, but very hard to tear. Never frays, beards, or pills · Versatile! Use it to make patterns, aprons, grocery bags, totes, sandwich wraps, bibs, pouches, purse handles, scissors sheaths, book covers, collages, and more · Creative! Machine or hand sew, embroider, cut, paint, print, stamp, dye, weave, or heat distress it—and that's just the beginning!

  • DIY: Preserve Butterflies & Flowers “Stained Glass” Inspired Wall Art

    1970-01-01

    Get 7 Days Free Subscription At GraphicStock.com here: For Links~~~ Thumbs Up for Virtual Hugs!!! BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Houstonian Based YouTuber (#HTX) ————————————————————- Hey Sloabie Nation! Rejoice for another DIY. I’ve been hanging out at some of the art pop up shows in Houston, and I’ve seen a lot of mounted preserved butterflies in really pretty frames and was inspired to have a wall for myself. I love taking a bit of nature and bringing it into home decor, but I also don’t want to actually disturb it by capturing my own bugs and so I teamed up with GraphicStock.com to create these really pretty lit up wall art! Super shouts to them for sponsoring my DIY video because it’s super rad and honoring to do what I love! I hope you guys enjoyed this video and if you are lucky enough to be in NYC, check out the “Spectrum Of Life” Display at the Natural History Museum!Get 7 Days Free Subscription At GraphicStock.com here: Images that I had picked out for this DIY: Floral Wall-Art: This is very similar with the clear acrylic, so you can use the tattoo method as well! Materials: My Cute Canon Printer: C-Line Transparency Ink Jet Paper: Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint: Waverly Chalk Paint can be found at Wal-Mart: Metallic Wax: Makeup Wedge Hot Glue Gun: Craft Wire: Glass Pearls: Lot of Glass Pearls: Fairy Lights: Stuff: Camera Canon EOS 70D: Lens Sigma 17-55mm f/2.8: Diva Ring Light: Box Lights: I edit with Final Cut ProSewing Stuff: Gingher Scissors: Fiskars Rotary Cutter: Dahle Clear Cutting Matt: White Gel Pen (I use it alone on dark fabric): Allary Chalk Set: Lance French Curve Ruler: Design Ruler: Singer 443 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine: Brother 1034 D Serger: “HI” TO ME HERE: F A C E B O O K: I N S T A G R A M: T W I T T E R: Disclosure: Videos was sponsored by GraphicStock.com.

  • How to fix a leaking flat roof with Sealoflex Seal-a-Leak

    1970-01-01

    Episode 54 - Sealoflex Seal-a-leak Flat Roof Repair A few years ago I went down to Ashford in Kent to look at a church roof being sprayed with Sealoflex. There was an ongoing problem with lead theft in the area, and the church, not wanting to use the deterrent of razor wire to deliver them from temptation decided that covering the roof with new plywood and applying a coat of this wonder liquid membrane was the lesser evil. It was sprayed on in a day and was said to be good for ten years after which it would just need a light rub down and another coat. But, even that was not the first time I had seen it. A couple of years prior to that I had helped to apply it to an extension roof on the South Coast. All this is by way of telling you that this is my third brush with the product. The reason this product hasn't been a mainstream stock item is more to do with marketing and distribution. It is hard to get stocked in many merchants if you are not selling a whole range. Hence this very same product has now been packaged up as an emergency repair kit and is distributed by Icopal under the name of Seal-A-Leak. I would imagine that part of the idea is to get the product into builders hands and build confidence in it. If it works on a small area then it must work on a larger area. In the two tubs you get a small pot of primer for asphalt and timber and a sheet of the glass fibre membrane which you paint into the first layer. This is a scaled down version of the products used on the church roof. In many ways, the process is similar to GRP but without the restriction of a 2 pack and. unlike GRP, it makes a perfect seal for tired and leaking felt roofs. You can also use it in wet weather. The membrane can be cut up with scissors to do a smaller area and the remaining liquid is good for roughly a year so if you only have to repair a small tear of hole you can hang onto the rest of the tub. The idea of the kit is very much about the emergency repair and they even say in the instructions that it is temporary. From the builder's point of view it could not be simpler, Grab a brush or roller and a pair of scissors and you are in business. Naturally, you need to clean the roof and apply the primer where required. The rain came down on the job I did about half an hour after I had finished and it didn't cause the slightest problem. What is more the customer reported that it seemed to have done the trick. The particular roof I was called out to was one of those jobs which was a complete cock-up from start to finish. The joist were over-spanned, the plywood deck was a mere 12mm of shuttering ply so it bounced like a trampoline and the fixings were 4inch wire nails, several of which had already worked their way up through the felt in the 2 years it had been down. Add to that the fact that they had used one base layer of torch on and no solar reflective cap sheet or solar reflective paint. What happens in the long term is still up for debate but for now the customer just wanted to keep the rain out and get through the winter. Seal-A-Leak proved to be the perfect product for such a small repair. It took less than half an hour to complete the job and I was on my way, That is just the kind of job I like. ============================================ Seal-a-Leak™ is a liquid repair kit designed to provide an emergency or temporary waterproofing solution to damaged or punctured flat roof membranes. Seal-a-Leak™ comprises a single component polyurethane based, moisture curing liquid resin. The resin is supplied in a 1 litre tub. It is packaged with a second tub containing an instruction sheet, a small amount of priming solution and a polyester reinforcement fabric which are used in conjunction with the liquid resin to form a fully adhered, monolithic membrane repair. Emergency Repair: Where the flat roof membrane is visibly punctured and water is standing above the damaged area causing it to enter the building at a fast rate, simply pour a sufficient amount of the Seal-a-Leak liquid above the puncture and leave to cure. The Seal-a-Leak liquid will immediately track into the split or hole to plug the puncture, stopping further water from entering the building. Any remaining Seal-a-Leak liquid can be kept for future use following replacement of the container lid. coating cures to a form dry, transparent film finish. Depending upon atmospheric conditions, curing time can be 20 minutes (at 20 °C / 50 % RH). This type of emergency repair should always be followed up with a further complete repair (see below) when weather conditions permit. =================================================== Don't forget to stay up to date with Skill Builder! Join our mailing list - Visit our website - See our Tweets - See our Facebook Page - See our Pins -

  • NET BRIDAL/PARTY WEAR PRINCESS CUT BLOUSE – EASY SEWING – DESIGN IT YOURSELF

    1970-01-01

    HOW TO MAKE NET BRIDAL/PARTY WEAR PRINCESS CUT BLOUSE – EASY SEWING – DESIGN IT YOURSELFMaterials Required for this project: Banaras Fabric Net Fabric contrast colour Lining Fabric Satin Fabric for bordering Lace Scissors Princess Two Pieces Cut pattern Marker Measuring Tape RulerPlease follow me in social media: Blog//amazingwomensworld.blogspot.in/INSTAGRAM: Videos : —NORMAL SLEEVE DRAFTING//youtu.be/yTyP3pLaNTA -BODY MEASUREMENTS DRAFTING & DART MANIPULATION for KURTIS / DRESSES/ GOWNS. — PETALS NECKLINE – DESIGN NECKLINE YOURSELF ( APPLIQUE/PATCH WORK) — One Strap – One Shoulder Frock – (Aline Dress) —- BOAT NECKLINE – CUTTING AND SEWING//youtu.be/A32eia0_B6A — CLASSIC COLLAR PRINCESS CUT NET FULL BACK NECK DROP NECKLINE DESIGNER BLOUSE//youtu.be/s3s-sWP2XXI — PEARL LOOP NECKLINEDOUBLE PIPING NECKLINE – EASY SEWING – DIY — — RECYCLING ANARKALI DRESS TO ANARKALI LEHENGA CHOLI — CAPE DRAPE TOP- EASY MAKING – ENHANCE YOUR BEAUTY//youtu.be/nrJiXBY9_Zg —-PRINCESS SEAM FROCK – EASY MAKING//youtu.be/2ZiTsFUKAlE — BRIDAL/PARTY WEAR GHARARA – 3 STYLES ( PLEATED, CIRCLE, GATHERED)EASY MAKING FOR BEGINNERS

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    1970-01-01

  • How I Insulated My Cargo Van

    1970-01-01

    A lot of people ask me about the fabric on my walls and ceiling. Well, it's actually my insulation! I show you how I insulated my van with foam board and fabulous fabric in this video - with a little help from my friend Robert (robertwitham.com). Its an easy, quick, inexpensive way to get your rig insulated and ready for the road. Happy and safe travels! Materials Used: - Foam Board Insulation, 3/4" and 1" thick - Liquid Nails Heavy Duty Construction Adhesive () - Caulk Gun () - Loctite® Professional Performance Spray Adhesive () - Fabric, various sizes and types - Scissors, Single blade utility knife - Bungee cords, poles or anything else that works to secure covered boards to walls and ceilings while drying Although the heavy duty, industrial strips of velcro would also work for adhering the foam board to metal, I chose the Liquid Nails adhesive to keep the cost down. It has worked really well.

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