Pets. We love them but they can also drive us crazy， pushing our patience to its limit and frustrating us no end. If you're a pet lover then you know exactly what I'm talking about. They can tear your furniture to shreds， sleep on your beloved sofa throwspersonalised gifts， destroy treasured childhood mementos and leave your home in tatters. So we have asked our customers to share their horror stories， by posting a mug shot on our entry page. After over 200 entries， and an incredible number of cute and funny pictures， the winners of Terry's Naughtiest Pet In Britain Competition have been announced. Here are our winners， plus all submissions can be seen at the bottom of the page：accent pillow case baby baby decoration
Linda Chang Teufel is owner and editor of Dragon Threads Publishing, and she’s giving us a behind-the-scenes look at their newest book,?Applique Mastery: Processes, Possibilities & Pattern by Philippa Naylor. The book isn’t due out until this fall, but Linda is sharing one of the tips from the book –?Perfect Satin Stitch Circles – as a special sneak peek for WeAllSew readers.
I would like to preface this instructable with a little warning. I am the kind of person who makes a lot of things and is fairly comfortable with my tools and my work style. What that means is that I don’t always work from patterns, I don’t always pin my fabrics, sometimes I just make things up as I go along, sometimes I don’t think through the tiny details and just solve little problems as they arise.
I created this simple wallet a few years ago because I was frustrated with how thick my leather wallet was at the time. This wallets is thin, simple, and easy to make. It's perfect for someone just learning to sew. I made my first version of this wallet three years ago from a piece of Tyvek home wrap, and it has held up well to this day. In this Instructable I will make the wallet from a piece of 500 denier coated Cordura.