Monday, October 8, 2012

Origami raglan sleeves tutorial

This week, I'm a guest at a wonderful blog called The Sisterhood of the Crafty Pants. If you want to know how I created these origami sleeves...



... go check out my little tutorial :-)  Thank you, CraftyPantsSisters, for having me!




15 comments:

  1. This is really cute! I'm heading over to check it out... Thanks!!!

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  2. Wow! Nice work.

    I take it Nora likes it!?

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    1. At the end of the shoot, her cheeks hurt from smiling ;-p

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  3. fantastico! Ho visto il tutorial non sembra difficile! Voglio provare
    Grazie
    Federica

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  4. That is seriously so cute! I love it!

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  5. What a lovely technique. I'd love to try it for my own top.

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  6. I really love this!!! I definitely want to try it out!

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  7. Hey I posted my version of your tutorial for adopting it onto a commercial Burda Style pattern here:
    http://sewingyourstyle.tumblr.com/post/34889627054/origami-sleeves-tutorial
    :))
    cheers!

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  8. Thank you for shearing this with us !!!! I love origami, I love sewing : you mixed both !!! thank you !!!!! (should you want please do not hesitate to vit me at 4petitesgraines.canalblog.com

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  9. Hi. I can't wait to try this is the spring. Love it! I will do some muslin practice sleeves first.

    Also I have the Janet pattern from Sew Sweet Patterns, which is one you linked to. Not only do they deliver quickly, they answer questions pretty responsively. I have no affiliation with them except as a satisfied customer. So if someone needs a basic raglan dress/tunic pattern, they are great!

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  11. WOW! What an unusual, YES, truly UNIQUE style for origami raglan sleeves on a young girl's dress! Is it linen fabric? Certainly Nora has an heirloom dress sewn in a tasteful beige colored fabric. Looks like a perfect job sewing. Sarah Helene in Minneapolis, MN

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