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Bandana Tablecloth Tutorial

Bandana Tablecloth Tutorial from H&P Artistry

Bandana Tablecloth Tutorial

A friend has a BBQ party for the 4th of July every year. This year I am making the decorations; simple, patriotic, and fun is on my agenda. To start we need a Tablecloth. Of course I wanted red, white and blue for the colors and you can never go wrong with bandanas. The 4th of July Bandana Tablecloth Tutorial is born.

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Materials:
8 Bandanas
Pinking shears
Pins
Basic sewing supplies
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Step 1
Layout your bandanas in the pattern you want for the tablecloth.
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Step 2
Line up your seams. Bandanas are not all exactly the same size so match up the best that you can. (You will trim the excess away later.)
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Pin in place
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Step 3
Straight stitch leaving at least 1/2″ seam allowance.
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You can chain stitch this step. I match up one top and one bottom and stitch each together one after the other. Then trim the thread between each pair.
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You now have 4 rectangles. Lay each out in the original order.
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Step 4
Match up each pair the same way you decided at the beginning. Layer them right sides together.
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Match up the center seams. Fold the seam allowances in opposite directions marrying the seam.
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Pin at the seam allowance then out from there on each side.
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Remember the bandanas are not all the same size so keep the bandanas straight from the center out and pin. You can cut away the excess later.
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Step 5
Straight stitch. Remember to go slowly over the seam marriage.
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Back stitch over each adjoining seam.
Follow the same steps adding the other rectangles one at a time. Refer to the original design to make sure that you do not flip your order.
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Step 6
Trim away the excess fabric from the center seam. Try to leave 1/4″ to 1/8″ seam allowance
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Optional: If you are worried about the strength of the seam or it you accidentally clip a thread. (Yes i did clip through my straight stitch 🙁 ) Zig zag stitch the edge.
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Step 7
To clean up and even out the edges you can hem all the way around or you can do what I did and use pinking shears.
Star by measuring the shortest distance from the center.
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Measure up from the center and mark along both sides.
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If you choose pinking shears cut along the line. If you choose to hem the edges you will need to fold along the line, trim the excess, and iron in place. Then hem as usual.
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As you can see measuring out from the center when trimming the edges squares everything up nicely. Marrying the seams helps the tablecloth to lay flat.
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Remember to trim the short side too. If the short sides are not even follow the same steps. Find the shortest point and mark on both ends and trim.
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Save your scraps from the table cloth and I will show you how to make a door decoration Base on Wednesday and Stars on Friday.

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Bowl Cover Tutorial

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Bowl Cover Tutorial

I have just become acquainted with bowl covers. I LOVE THEM! You can even put your plastic wrap over the bowl and then the cover and everything stays in place. A friend bought a pair from a home-goods store and I immediately thought I can make those. When she told me what she paid for them I knew I could make them for way less. I will say hers had extra ruffles and special frills that I’m sure made the cost more acceptable but I like simple so here you go.

Materials:

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1 fat quarter – For a large bowl You will have some left over. A fat quarter should also work for a large salad bowl.

Elastic – I used 1/4″ elastic for both small and large bowls.

Marking Utensil – (chalk, pencil, marker)

Pinking sheers

Basic sewing supplies

Step 1

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Position Bowl open side down on the wrong side of the fabric. Leave a 2 to 3 inch gap along the edges.

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Trace the bowl and add an inch or 2 to the outer circle.

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Small Bowl trace edge the same way. Depending on how much ruffle you want on the edges depends on how much space you add to the edges. I chose 1″.

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Draw a second line by marking .5″ on your marking tool and follow the first line. Then do the same thing again with the outer line.

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Outer line

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As you can see the extra spacing is 1″. Cut along the outer line and line up your elastic along the middle line.

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Trim the edges with pinking sheers

Step 2

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Measure the elastic by stretching it around the bowl. You want to stretch a bit or subtract an inch to add extra snugness to the final product. Stitch the ends to make a circle.

Step 3

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Stitch the elastic in a loop. Do not twist the elastic. Mark the fabric round and the elastic in 8ths. Fold each in half and mark the points then in half again and mark those points. Find the center of each of those points and mark it or pin it. For a more detailed example click here.

Step 4

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Pin the elastic matching up the 8th points in the fabric and elastic. Line up the elastic with the inner line markings.

Step 5

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Stitch the elastic in place using a stretch stitch. (Zig zag, honeycomb etc.) Pull the elastic between the pin points. this will help the puckers evenly space. You will have to go slowly to keep the elastic lined up with the middle line. Stretching both sides of the elastic and fabric helps You may also have to stitch in smaller segments.

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Don’t forget to back-stitch.

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Ready to go. By stretching the elastic and stitching slowly the fabric bunches with the elastic.

You are ready to go to your next picnic with security and a little flare.

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Large cover side
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Large cover top
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Small Bowl side
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Bowls top view
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Bowls Side View Stacked
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Picnic Basket Liner Tutorial

Picnic Basket Liner Tutorial from H&P Artistry

Picnic Basket Liner Tutorial

My Aunt gave me a big picnic basket recently and I wanted to dress it up a little for memorial day. I had this Beautiful dessert fabric that worked out great.

I did make a mistake when I positioned the casing that folds over the sides and holds the ties. Just another time when I’m reminded we all make mistakes. And all mistakes can be fixed.

Materials:

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Materials

Fabric:

1 yard print for sides, 1/2 yard for the bottom and casing

Ribbon for ties (I was going to use this rope ribbon and instead went with red shoe laces)

Basing sewing supplies – Pins, scissors, etc.

Step 1

Find your measurements. My basket was thick so I did not have to add a seam allowance because the thickness did that for me. If you are not sure add an inch to the number. If the basket has a lid tape the lid up and out of the way.

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Tape basket lid up
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Ready to measure

54″ around top (Measure the outside top circumference of the basket)

50″ around bottom (Measure the outside bottom circumference of the basket)

10″ height add an inch or 2 for seam allowance.

Step 2 Cut Fabric

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Line up bottom fabric
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Top view position basket

Position the basket over the bottom fabric.

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Trace bottom of basket

Trace the bottom of the basket. You will have to add a seam allowance if the basket does not have a lip like mine. Tip for seam allowance: rubber band two pencils together (or two pens, a pen and a pencil what ever combination you choose) trace the line and you have your seam allowance.

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Cut out the oval

I washed and ironed the fabric when I bought it, a few weeks ago, and did not Iron the fabric again before I cut it out. I would recommend ironing first to have a smoother and more accurate measurement.

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My Helper

Strudel decided to watch my progress from inside the basket.

Step 3

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Measure liner sides 27″ top 25″ bottom 11″ height

Cut the fabric in two  27″ x 11″ rectangles. Best way to do this is to fold the fabric in half. Right sides together. I photographed it right side out because It showed up better. To get this measurement I took the 54″ top and divided by 2 = 27″ and the bottom 50″ divided by 2 = 25″.

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Cut the angle 1.” in on the bottom angle up.

To find your angle subtract top and bottom 27-25=2 divide the answer by 2 = 1″.

Measure 1″ (or your number) over on each side of the bottom and mark.

Line up that mark and the top corner and either draw a line and cut or cut with a rotary cutter.

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Angles cut

I ended up cutting a little extra (1.5″ instead of 1″)so that you can see the angle better.

Step 4 Casing

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Iron casing in half along the length.

Cut your 2 casing strips the length of the top if the lining. Cut the height to at least 4″. My height is a little shorter because I used scraps for the casing.

Fold it in half and iron.

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Fold under the ends by 1/4″ to 1/2″ (The amount turned under determines the gap for the handles to fit through) and Iron. The folds will be on the outside while stitching so that they will tuck under when you turn the tube out.

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Stitch casing right sides together and turn out. Iron flat

If your are using a patterned fabric be sure to sew the tubes right sides together. I used a chop stick to help turn out the strips after stitching along the length.  Iron the strips flat.

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Iron to make a smooth opening

As you can see the folds are securely tucked under when turned out.

Step 5 Assembly

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Iron oval in 4’s
Strips for casing 4″ to 6″ Ironed in half
Sides positioned right sides together

A. Lining sides

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Pin sides

Pin the liner sides right sides together.

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stitch the side seams

I fake serged (straight stitch then zig zag edge) the seams to make clean edges.

B. Attach bottom to lining

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Find the center point of the lining by folding it in half

Fold in half and iron a crease down the center. The crease then marks the center of the top and bottom.

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Match center points

Line up the center points of the bottom and sides. I lay it out like this first to make sure I am pinning the right sides together (Long sides together). then pin with the right sides of the fabric together.

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Pin bottom to sides right sides together
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Stitch remember to back-stitch. I fake surged.

Take your time sewing the curves and remember to back-stitch.

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Fake serge

C. Casing

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Pin the casing in place. Lining up the center points. Remember the opening will line up with the handles.

Here is where I went wrong. Normally I would position the lining in the basket to test out placement. I did not do it here and lined up with the wrong center points.

You will double check that the openings line up with the handles.

Pin the correct center point to the center point of the casing right sides together.

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Pin all the way around lining up the edges. You will notice there is a gap between one casing and the other. The handles fit in this gap. and the ribbon will tie around the handle.

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Stitch in place. You can do a straight stitch but I almost always zigzag or serge the seams.

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Turn out
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Iron casing flat

Iron the casing flat and turn under the raw edge of the opening.

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Opening for handles
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Top stitch casing down. Stitch opening.

You can use a straight stitch but I chose a decorative stitch for my top stitching.

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Top stitch
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Lining back of top stitch. Neat edging

The top stitching leaves a beautiful seam on the inside of the liner as well as the outside.

D. Ties

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Shoe String Tie

I used two red shoe strings for the ties. One for each casing.

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Thread casing
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insert lining and tie in place

Insert the lining and position the ties around the handles. Tie in a beautiful bow.

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Liner in place
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oops

To fix the mistake I trimmed away part of the center of the casing and re threaded the shoe string over the handle. I could have ripped out the seams and realigned the whole thing but I decided not to worry to much. I think I will go pick up some more ribbon and cut it in 4 pieces to tie a bow at each gap to cover the raw edges. I may get some frey check to clean up the raw edges (But if the bow covers it I will not worry to much.) If I were giving it as a gift I would realign the whole thing.

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Fix

Ready to go on a picnic!

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Ready to go

 

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Travel Picnic Blanket Tutorial

Travel Picnic Blanket Tutorial from H&P Artistry

Travel Picnic Blanket Tutorial

I made one of these for my mom last year, to take with her, when my parents go on fishing trips and she loves it. So, of course, when picnic season began, I made a tutorial for you. I like this project because you can get most of the materials from the dollar store. Continue reading Travel Picnic Blanket Tutorial

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Picnic Helpers DIY Baskets and Drink Covers

Picnic Helpers DIY Baskets and Drink Covers from H&P Artistry

Picnic Helpers DIY Baskets and Drink Covers

Spring time is a big Birthday season for my family so we pick one day and have a big party. We grill out, eat cake, and enjoy each others company. The party is coming up in the next few weeks so I decided to give you a few of the DIY’s I use for every picnic. These are indispensable especially Continue reading Picnic Helpers DIY Baskets and Drink Covers

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Fat Quarter Pie Carrier Tutorial

Fat Quarter Pie Carrier Tutorial from H&P Artistry

Fat Quarter Pie Carrier Tutorial

I love this tutorial. Why? Because it is great for any time of year and makes a wonderful hostess gift, Holiday gift, and when you bring your dish to the pot luck or picnic everyone will think it is super neat and want one. And you can either make one for them yourself or send them my way and I can sell them one.

There are many ways to adjust the size to fit a larger dish or to quilt a different design on each side. The sky is the limit with most sewing projects. Today I will show you how to make a carrier from two fat quarters. Continue reading Fat Quarter Pie Carrier Tutorial

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Cloth Napkin Ring Tutorial with two closures

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Cloth Napkin Ring Tutorial

I made a few cloth napkin sets weeks ago and then saw some beautiful embroidery designs from www.urbanthreads.com and used them on the napkins. I was really proud of the work but something was missing. Napkin Rings. And now you have a super simple napkin ring tutorial with two closure options.

 Materials:

1 fat quarter for each set of 4. (you will have scraps)

Closure materials:

Velcro – for a simple closure

Button and ribbon – for a wrap closure

Basic sewing supplies – An iron is needed for crisp folds.

Step 1

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Cut 6″ x 9″ rectangles (I cut 8 pieces 4 pink and 4 blue to make two sets with different closures.)

Step 2

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Fold the side seams in 1/2″ to 3/4″ on each 6″ side.

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Fold and iron the sides. (Ironing in necessary to keep all the folds in place.)

Step 3

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Fold in half and iron. Then unfold and use the center fold as a marker.

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Iron carefully.

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Fold the sides into the center point and iron.

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Step 4

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Fold along the center seam and iron flat.

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Step 5

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Stitch 3 or 4 sides depending on the design you want. (Just make sure to close the open sides.) A decorative top stitch would look beautiful.

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The blue is sewn on 3 sides and the pink is all 4.

Step 6 – Button closure

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I decided on mix match pink buttons and thin satin ribbon for the wrap closure.  Two quick and easy cloth napkin ring tutorialss from www.HandPArtistry.com

Measure the ribbon a little shorter than the ring, double the ribbon over and cut 4.

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Hand stitch the ribbon in place.

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Stitch the button at the same time as the ribbon.

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Lay the ring flat and make sure the ribbon is not twisted and faces the right direction.

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I sewed the ribbon on the opposite side for the elevated buttons and on the underside of the button for the flat buttons. Either way works, but I like the ribbon on the underside of the button.

Step 7 – Velcro closure

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1″ Velcro

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Cut the Velcro in 1″ strips

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Stitch the Velcro in place. Make sure to place the Velcro so that it closes in a ring. The pieces of Velcro will be on opposite ends and opposite sides.

Step 8 – Close the rings

Blue Ring

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Blue ring tops
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Blue ring side

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Velcro for storage. You can connect one to the other with the Velcro and store it together.

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Blue Ring

Pink Ring

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Wrap ribbon around the ring and over the button.

 

 

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Yellow napkins with birds
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Green napkin with Butterflies

 

Wishing you Luck and Love,