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Tuesday, 12 June

18:52

LCI Paper, Specialty Paper Supplies - Giveaway "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

LCI Paper is a feast for paper lovers with its selection of hundreds of fine specialty papers/card stocks, envelopes, and print services for paper professionals and enthusiasts alike. Use their...

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14:00

sewing: stretch denim ash jeans "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

This post is written by Heidi of Handmade Frenzy.

Hello friends!!

I am beyond excited to be sharing another pair of JEANS that I made with you! This is my third successful pair of handmade jeans (I shared my very first pair here), and it just doesnt get any less exciting to clip that last thread and pull them on and have the stretch denim ash jeans FIT!!

The jeans pattern I used is the brand new Ash Jeans pattern by Megan Nielsen. They are my personal dream jeans pattern. Every body is different, so finding that unicorn pattern might seem unattainable, but guys I think Ive found mine with this one!

This is actually the second pair Ive made in the past couple of weeks. For both pairs I was able to cut pretty much a straight size and made absolutely no adjustments to the crotch curve, rise, length, nothing. It was so dreamy!

For the first pair (that is still unblogged), I made a straight size 28. Even though my hips fall into a size 27, my waist is a size 28, and I wanted the waist to be comfortable. This worked as I was able to take in the hips to adjust the fit there.

For this second pair, however, I made the slight pattern adjustment and cut out a size 27, graded to a 28 at the waist. Everything fit perfectly and I didnt need to make any fit tweaks after trying them on at all!

This pair is Version 4, Wide Leg, in the cropped length. I did end up taking a really wide hem to get these to the length I wanted them to be. I folded up the hem, first by 1/2, then by 2 1/2 more. So a total of a 3 hem. Im really happy with the wide hem look; it adds to the 70s vibe...

13:25

Amazing Eco-Friendly Fabric Innovations "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Eco Friendly FabricAs humans become more aware of the harmful impact our daily living activities sometimes have on our environment, we are frequently encouraged to use non-polluting materials.  Different kinds of eco-friendly fabric and textiles are now being developed and those who are ecologically aware are keeping watch of these innovative and Continue reading

Monday, 11 June

18:52

Rabend- Jewelry That Gives Life to Stories "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

 
There is a new creative girl who joined us recently and we had a super fun and short interview. Meet Rabenda!

1. Who is the girl behind Rabenda?
A dreamer. An aspiring architect. A creative person :)
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12:57

The Process of Making a Quilt (Start to Finish) "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

We receive a few questions a month about the entire process of quilting and it dawned on me that while we love to talk about quilt tops and have lots of free tutorials for making quiltswe have yet to write one post on what the entire process is for making a quilt! So, todays post []

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12:00

Freshwater Fruit Dress "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

    Freshwater Dress Pattern Details Pattern: Freshwater Dress Pattern, Sewing in No Mans Land Fabric: Frutteria Bleu in Knit, Art Gallery Fabrics, HERE Apparently this pattern is no longer available. But I highly recommend the Out And About Dress by Sew Caroline HERE. Same silhouette, same easy style. Looking for my thoughts on this []

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11:45

Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

Sumptuous and substantial, cozy and beautiful, our Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap is very good at making you feel great. Stepping out of the bath, lounging poolside, or hitting the beach, this is the perfect towel for a little R and R!

Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap | Purl Soho

A simple play of stockinette and reverse stockinette divides the Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap into three triangles. This subtle shift in stitch pattern applied to a bold geometric layout makes for an easy knit and an interesting design.

Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap | Purl Soho

And thats just the bones The real fun begins when you cast on with our new Lantern cotton-linen blend! This fiber works like a charm for drying off, but it also has a decadent heft and soft and nubbly texture that just feels wonderful, as worthy of coveting as any hotel towel, but better because its made by you!

Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap | Purl Soho

Designed for Purl Soho by Nicole Milano.

MATERIALS

Cotton + Linen Bath Wrap | Purl Soho

GAUGE

22 stitches x 30 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch

SIZE

Finished Dimensions: Approximately 36 inches wide by 52 inches long

NOTES

AVOID COLOR POOLING

To avo...

04:32

DIY Photo Wall Hanging "IndyWatch Feed Craft"

DIY Photo Wall Hanging In our house we love taking beautiful photos, capturing the memories and putting them on display but it can be hard to find new and interesting ways to display them so we love this DIY Photo Wall Hanging!   We have so many ways to take photos now with cameras at

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