So you have a set of polymer clay buttons that you love, but they’re not thick enough for your purposes. Use this method to build up the thickness of your old buttons (or any flat polymer tile).Read More: Salvaging the Rustic Buttons
To make a button placket, you must knit flat for several rows, overlap the first and last stitches of the row, and join for working in the round. Here’s how.Read More: Knitting a shoulder button placket
It’s time to sew those pants now. Any questions? Tell me what else you would like to know!Read More: Fancypants: What do you want to know?
Once you have your measurements in-hand, you can use them to draft a pattern. Here are some tips to set you in the right direction.Read More: Fancypants: Making your custom pattern
Learn how to accurately take your own measurements in preparation for drafting a custom-fit wide-leg lounge pants pattern.Read More: Fancypants: Accurately measuring your body
Learn what types of fabric are best for the style of pants you want, and learn how to estimate how much of it you will need.Read More: Fancypants: what fabric and how much of it?
What is ISO? Why is it important? And how do you take a flubbed camera setting and use it to your advantage?Read More: I meant to do that
An hour or two in front of the tv is all it takes to work up this handy little cozy that lets you enjoy hot drinks in your favorite mason jar without burning your fingers off.Read More: Crocheted mason jar cozy
Learn how to use Photoshop’s hue blend mode to easily change the color of an object in an image.Read More: Rosey. Or, Photoshop’s hue blend mode.
The knitting is complete, so today we’ll wrap things up by talking about finishing: weaving in ends, sewing on buttons, blocking, etc.Read More: Everyday Cardigan KAL: finishing up!