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Ashleigh's Playhouse

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Beginner Serging: Machine Basics & Techniques taught by Amy Alan

Take your serger out of the closet! Learn the fundamental setup stitches, then make three posh projects: an exposed zipper bag, an ombré ruffled apron and a striped knit scarf.

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Category Sewing
Type Toy
Sizing Children
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? cotton fabric

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What are you most proud of? That I kept trying until I got the tensions right.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cut extra length for the ruffles. Gather the length you need and then cut the ends to match the pattern pieces. Too much time was spent adjusting the cut out fabric to the "base" requirements. Look for fabric on sale!

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You have some lovely ideas - very imaginative!

09/05/2015 Flag

I just now saw this comment. Generous comment but hope you are aware this is from a Kwik Sew Pattern. (says pattern includes seam allowance but it does not). I did add a few things. The flowers around the bottom were from a circular place mat on sale for 99 cents. ;-)

01/01/2016 Flag

LOVE IT WHAT HOLDS IT UP

01/01/2016 Flag

A card table; has skinny legs. You might find one at an estate sale or a Good Will store.

01/01/2016 Flag

Hi Very sweet little house, could you please tell me what you used for the frame

01/26/2016 Flag

Glad you like it. It is made to go over a folding card table; 39" square.

01/29/2016 Flag

How did you make this? Did you have a pattern?? Would love to make one for my granddaughter

01/27/2016 Flag

This is a Kwik Sew Pattern. I says it includes the seam allowance but it does not. I figured that out just before I started sewing the base and added steps of fabric on the edges. Knowing that, you can add the seam allowance as you cut out the side panels that go around the card table legs. Glad you like it.

01/27/2016 Flag

I can't wait to get started. How does the top stay up?

01/29/2016 Flag

The pattern has complicated instructions for building a support. Art that point I bought a 99 cent basket I saw at the grocery store that was just the right size. It worked great!

01/29/2016 Flag