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Sewing from shreds: a master class, schemes and equipment for beginners - photos and videos

  • Sewing from shreds: a master class, schemes and equipment for beginners - photos and videos

    Sewing of shreds: a blanket and a rug from pieces of fabric

    Everyone in the house has things that do not wear out, or have lost their presentable appearance. They usually go for rags or are thrown away. But in the economy everything can be useful, because such clothes can give a new life. Therefore, your attention is a master class on sewing from rags, where you will learn how to save your old things.

    How to sew from pieces of fabric

    Collect all the clothes that you do not wear. Prepare things that have become obsolete, faded and lost their brightness. Place all the necessary sewing tools next to each other. When sewing from shreds, the schemes of which are presented below, you can use the trimming of the fabric left from sewing other products. It is desirable that the texture of the material is similar, but for beginners you can sew and different fabrics in order to practice. After all, this is a great opportunity to develop taste and sewing skills.

    Think about what you will sew from the shreds. This can be both a practical product and an element of decor. The most common product that is sewed from various pieces of fabric is a blanket:

    1) Sew a 4 scrap in right angles. Cut a circle from the obtained part using a circular pattern. Make a few pieces of this kind.

    2) Make small circles of solid patches. Also, the blanks are even smaller than the first two.

    3) Sew a lining of light fabric on large and medium-sized circles. Unscrew the product.

    4) In the center of medium and large rounds, attach the smallest billets by bending the edges.

    5) Attach your round shreds to the base. As it can take a usual blanket or a monophonic blanket.

    Using unnecessary pieces of fabric, you can sew small mats that are then placed near the bed or in the bathroom:

    1) Assemble pieces of different material. It can be a variety of structure and color fabric. Cut the material into long, identical strips. They should not be excessively thin, so as not to crumble when stitching.

    2) Attach the strips, connecting them to one long tape. The length should be equal to the width of the future mat.

    3) Sew the tapes together, collecting the canvas. This technique is called "patchwork".Seam the stitches so that it is more convenient to work with the workpiece.

    4) Sew on the resulting variegated mat lining. You can use an old sheet or a sheet as a base. Sewing is necessary, folding the canvas with the front side, then swing it out.

    5) Sew the mat with a braid. Iron the product - and can use in everyday life.

    You can sew a mat, following the steps of the wizard on the video.

    From unnecessary pieces you can also sew a detail of the kitchen utensils - potholders:

    1) Cut your scraps into the same rectangular strips.

    2) Stitch the strips together. Smooth out the seams so that nothing will stick.

    3) Make two patchwork squares. Size choose as desired. Quadratures can be either identical or different combinations of colors.

    4) Cut out the batting on the cut out squares. If there is no batting, you can use several layers of dense fabric.

    5) Fold the patchwork squares face to face, attach the batting and stitch along the perimeter, leaving the piece uncoated to unscrew the tack.

    6) Sew part where you did not stitch. Sew a hood so you can hang the product.

    7) Attach the seam around the perimeter and the pattern shown on the photo:

    You can make kitchen tacks according to the scheme:

    But such work is more laborious and time-consuming. You will need to sew each square of the shred with each other, then use the method mentioned above.

    Video tutorials for our readers

    Bags and pillows:

    For the very first beginners:

    Panel in the technique of Crazy:

    Technique Well:

    Everyone in the house has things that are not worn, or have lost their presentable appearance. They usually go for rags or are thrown away. But in the economy everything can be useful, because such clothes can give a new life. Therefore, your attention is a master class on sewing from rags, where you will learn how to save your old things.

    How to sew from pieces of fabric

    Collect all the clothes that you do not wear. Prepare things that have become obsolete, faded and lost their brightness. Place all the necessary sewing tools next to each other. When sewing from shreds, the schemes of which are presented below, you can use the trimming of the fabric left from sewing other products. It is desirable that the texture of the material is similar, but for beginners you can sew and different fabrics in order to practice. After all, this is a great opportunity to develop taste and sewing skills.

    Think about what you will sew from the shreds. This can be both a practical product and an element of decor. The most common product that is sewed from various pieces of fabric is a blanket:

    1) Sew a 4 scrap in right angles. Cut a circle from the obtained part using a circular pattern. Make a few pieces of this kind.

    2) Make small circles of solid patches. Also, the blanks are even smaller than the first two.

    3) Sew a lining from a light fabric on the big and average circles. Unscrew the product.

    4) In the center of medium and large rounds, attach the smallest billets by bending the edges.

    5) Attach your round shreds to the base. As it can take a usual blanket or a monophonic blanket.

    Using unnecessary pieces of fabric, you can sew small mats that are then placed near the bed or in the bathroom:

    1) Assemble pieces of different material. It can be a variety of structure and color fabric. Cut the material into long, identical strips. They should not be excessively thin, so as not to crumble when stitching.

    2) Attach the strips, connecting them to one long tape. The length should be equal to the width of the future mat.

    3) Sew the tapes together, collecting the canvas. This technique is called "patchwork".Seam the stitches so that it is more convenient to work with the workpiece.

    4) Sew on the resulting variegated mat lining. You can use an old sheet or a sheet as a base. Sewing is necessary, folding the canvas with the front side, then swing it out.

    5) Sew the mat with a braid. Iron the product - and can use in everyday life.

    You can sew a mat, following the steps of the wizard on the video.

    From unnecessary pieces you can also sew a kitchen utensil detail - potholders:

    1) Cut your scraps into the same rectangular strips.

    2) Stitch the strips together. Smooth out the seams so that nothing will stick.

    3) Make two patchwork squares. Size choose as desired. Quadratures can be either identical or different combinations of colors.

    4) Cut out the batting on the cut out squares. If there is no batting, you can use several layers of dense fabric.

    5) Fold the patchwork squares facing each other, attach the batting and stitch along the perimeter, leaving the piece uncoated to unscrew the tack.

    6) Sew part where you did not sew. Sew a hood so you can hang the product.

    7) Attach the seam along the perimeter and the pattern shown in the photo:

    You can make kitchen tacks according to the scheme:

    But such work is more laborious and time-consuming. You will need to sew each square of the shred with each other, then use the method mentioned above.

    Video tutorials for our readers

    Bags and pillows:

    For the very first beginners:

    Panel in the technique of Crazy:

    Technique Well: