понедельник, 9 сентября 2013 г.

Мастер-класс по пошиву жилетки


Решила поделиться советом о том как можно сшить такую вот легкую в изготовлении жилетку.

Для раскроя нужно сложить ткань (искусственные мех на трикотажной основе шириной 150 см)  пополам, немного округлить углы (на рисунке я округлила только два угла, на самом деле надо округлить все четыре). 
Ширину куска ткани (в развернутом виде) надо определить исходя из обхвата талии и небольшого припуска на свободу облегания + припуски на швы. Изготовить 2 навесные петли, можно также просто взять готовый шнур, в т.ч. кожаный. Прострочить жилетку по всем сторонам, захватив в швы навесные петли и оставив посередине см. 8-10 для того чтобы вывернуть жилетку наружу. Этот участок надо потом подшить вручную. Вот и все - жилетка готова :).

5 комментариев:

  1. zhiletka klevaya, no luchshe by iz drugogo materiala

    1. Да, можно из другого материала, более актуальной расцветки :)

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    Kate xo


  3. i tried leaving a comment at your travel blog on your india post, but couldnt because i dont have google+ hehe :):) so i will leave here!!!

    for some reason i wake up craving indian food on weekends so i should NOT have read this post!!! hahhaha! it is 0930 and now im craving indian food again (by the way, when in almaty i had indian food at namaste and it was freaking amazing!)

    that sounded like a really cool trip to india! i laughed when it said that you guys called each other by country names! when i first met my norwegian boyfriend, i called him 'norway' to all of my american friends! and then one day, i accidentally called him that to his face and had to start actually saying his name ;-)

    i have never had the pleasure of going to india yet. i really hope to have the chance to do it sometime! it looks amazing and so much fun! and i will do a lot of shopping of beautiful trinkets and gifts when there :)

    thanks so much that you found my blog! so cool to connect in cyberworld with someone from KZ!!! have an amazing weekend!

    1. Thank you, Megan!
      I am also glad to have found your blog :).
      Sorry, I didn't realise my other blog had different settings for comments, but I changed it now.

      I feel like traveling is becoming less fun nowadays, the world is becoming kinda uniform, the same stores, the same chains of fastfood, people are getting mixed and mingled, so I feel like there are places that have to be seen now, withing few years, or they may change and loose their authenticity. I guess it partially explains why you were so disapointed by Astana and was so charmed by Almaty and Bishkek.

      I started my travel blog because I realised that I can't quite rely on my memory when I want to travel back in time and remember all those interesting places I visited, especially the smaller details. Writing for a blog, downloading pictures, editing, etc. takes a lot of time, in my case at least, and, if you don't write about a trip within at least few months, then you probably will never do it :).
      So, I started that blog. I haven't written about all the places I've been to yet, including my most recent tour to Florida. I hope I will be able to keep the blog alive, even though I got busier now and don't always have time for it. Also I don't have many readers, so sometimes I ask myself "what for?". I have already answered the question above,but still, it feels that a better reasoning is needed :)).
      After reading your post about Astana and Almaty I realised that maybe I should also write about the city I live in now, e.g. give little tips about the places that I will (hopefully) like here. Well, I'll see. Writing for the blog would be more fun, if I knew someone was reading it and the information was somewhat useful.

      India is indeed an exciting place. But it requires an open mind (that is not a problem for you, I am sure :). I was lucky to be there with a group of people who I met there for the first time, but with whom we became like a family. So I agree that it's people who make a trip. Even now, two years later, I often recollect that trip, because it was so different from any other, for many reasons. Sometimes, being there, I felt appauled by the dirtiness and poverty, but I realised that things are changing there and seemingly to the best.
      I wish you a nice trip to India, if you decide to go on one. Just make sure you are safe, have a male companion and stay in safe places. We were always guided by Indians, and in a big group, so we didn't have to worry. Indians in general are very laid back and friendly people. I wish I could see more places in India, Kerala would be one of them.

      Have a nice weekend too. Be strong, spring and longer daylight is coming :).