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New Look Pattern 6525 – The Sewing Rabbit

That moment when you see New Look by Simplicity is having a Labor Day sale with all patterns for $1…you grab ALL THE PATTERNS!!! Lol – ok, so maybe I only picked up like 5. But I am super excited about the ones I purchased. I immediately ordered the buttery Art Gallery knit fabric that I have been loving lately with the New Look Pattern 6525 in mind.

I love this dress pattern.

It comes with 5 different variations, all perfect for Fall. I will probably make 2 dresses, in 2 different styles, before the week is out. This drop waist dress with exposed ruffle seam, is loose around the body and has great swing.  It is super comfortable, and has fantastic fitting sleeves. The neck is somewhere in between a turtleneck and a cowl – not quite loose enough for a big drape, but not tight and constricting like turtlenecks can be. Once I had the paper pattern pieces taped together, and the pattern cut out, making this dress was as easy as 1-2-3.


 

MAKE THIS LOOK: Drop Waist Knit Dress

New Look Pattern 6525


 

MAKE THIS LOOK: Drop Waist Knit Dress

New Look Pattern 6525

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THOUGHTS ON PATTERN:

As mentioned previously, I was lucky enough to get this pattern for $1. So it was a total score. I bought the PDF version, and I will say I think Simplicity has some kinks to work out of their PDF pattern system as of now. I had to download a whole new program on my computer just to print the pattern – which I hate as I value my computer. If I had known that prior to purchasing, I honestly would not have bought them. I couldn’t even get the program to work, and had to call in my technical husband to get it loaded properly (which is saying something because I am pretty good at computers.

). Secondly, the size chart that came with my pattern instructions was wrong – it was for a baby pattern. Thirdly, when I saved the instructions on my computer – so that I could print out the pattern and simply view the instructions at my leisure – the instructions would not show properly – cutting off the left and right hand side. I needed to be IN their system, logged on – AND using their computer extension for my pattern instructions to work. NOT A FAN of that little tidbit at all. Like I said, I value my computer – and hesitate to put any new programs on it. That being said, I would not order PDF patterns from Simplicity because of this alone. No computer bug is worth a $1 pattern. I couldn’t complain too much about all of the faulty instructions though because I did only pay $1 for the pattern on sale – but if I had paid full price and got what I received – I would have been fuming.

Moving past technical difficulties…

The pattern itself is great! I highly recommend buying the paper version from your local fabric store. It fits great, and is super easy to sew. A fantastic beginner pattern, perfect for the right knit fabric. The Art Gallery fabric I used is my new fave – it has the perfect weight to it (is not see through), is super soft, yet is not so stretchy that it gets wonky if you aren’t careful. SO worth the money!!! Love, love, love, love, love this fabric.

As for pattern alterations or modifications, I did have to take a few inches off the ruffle skirt, as the dress body length was too long for my short self. Next time I will remove length from the dress body and keep the ruffle full length. I want to make View C, and already have the knit fabric cut out. Just a matter of finding the time to sew! Woot woot. The neckline is AWESOME. I was seriously worried about the turtleneck aspect, that it might be too tight. But it was absolutely perfect. Not quite drapey enough to call a cowl in my opinion, its somewhere in between. I love it. I am not kidding when I say that the hardest part was taping together the paper pattern pieces.

(BTW – I loved that they labeled each and every piece of paper with a line and column, leaving me knowing EXACTLY where every paper piece went without having to reference a pattern map). Once the pattern was assembled and cut out, this dress took me about 1 – 2 hours to sew. So so easy.

Altogether I love this pattern. I kind of feel bad for dogging their PDF pattern system – but in the spirit of not leading you astray, it had to be said. Hopefully they will fix these issues. The pattern itself is great, and absolutely PERFECT FOR FALL!!! I cannot wait to wear this dress by itself, with ankle boots, with a vest or cardi, with my army jacket – gah – it is going to look awesome all season long.


Did you see my little photo bomber? He has been sticking by my side a lot the past week or so. I think all of this tropical weather and storms are getting to him. My poor baby…

Thanks so much for stopping by, and until next time…

Happy sewing.

New Look K6575 Sewing Pattern ⋆ A Rose Tinted World

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Last week I spoke about a sewing fail I had with the Nina Lee Mayfair Dress. So what do you do when you fail? Get back up on the horse, that’s what! I’m not actually sure if that is a good analogy, but I am using it. So there. I decided I needed to restore my sewing mojo, and so I went back to a pattern that I’d intended to make again for a while to get back my faith in my abilities. And so I made the New Look K6575 sewing pattern – A Floaty Kaftan Tunic.

 

New Look K6575 Sewing Pattern – A Floaty Kaftan Tunic.

 

I do so love a floaty tunic, especially as the spring is on the way and the weather is warming up a little. They suit my body shape, and I love layering them over little vest tops or t-shirts. 

And I think that this may be where I went a little wrong with the Mayfair dress. I chose it based on how it looked on other sewing bloggers, and didn’t really wonder if it would suit me. It is important to sew things that you know you will wear, which is why I try to incorporate pockets into my makes, and why the most worn me-made items are the makes that are closest to shop bought items that I would chose. 

The New Look K6575 sewing pattern resembles several shop bought tunic tops in my wardrobe, and The Heather Tunic from Sew Over It remains my go to jersey tunic pattern for this reason too!

Why Did I Want To Make This Pattern?

 

I had already made this pattern a little while ago, in a very cheap viscose fabric from The Textile Centre (not an affiliate link, but I think they are great for cheap fabrics online). It draped really well, but the fabric was fiddly to sew and I had a little trouble with the pattern last time…

However I LOVED the finished garment. It really suits my body shape and is really flattering. The only thing missing was pockets. I really need pockets… So I decided to give the pattern another try and add pockets this time.

See here why I usually make a wearable toile, all patterns are different, and I’m not going to cut my best fabric until I know that the fit is spot on! 

About The  Pattern

The New Look K6575 sewing pattern is a pull over the head style, with no zips. You can make a batwing elbow length, straight elbow length  or sleeveless option, and the pattern comes in just one length, though you do have the option of a straight or uneven hemline.

Like with all the big 4 patterns, there is no indication as to whether this pattern is for beginners, improvers or intermediate sewers. As there is no sign on the pattern that it is ‘easy’ I would definitely put this in the improvers category. If it was easy then the big pattern makers tend to make that really clear!

It comes in a size 6 to 24 – bust size 30. 5 – 46 inches. And it has an elasticated or corded waist tie. 

Recommended fabrics for making this dress? 
It is designed for soft lightweight fabrics, such as chambray, challis, cotton lawn, georgette or gauze.

This time, I decided to make it in this pretty cotton voile from Seasalt. Yes, they sell fabric as well as clothes! I took my measurements, and found that according to the pattern I needed to make the largest size XL for my 46 inch bust. 

Check out some lovely viscose challis fabric here – perfect for this dress.

Sewing Up The Pattern

 

The Seasalt fabric was very easy to sew together. It cut out and sewed up like a dream. It is a lovely fabric to work with.

I added pockets to the skirt part of the pattern by cutting out 4 pocket bags (using a pocket template from another pattern) and I overlocked seams as I went along to add strength to the finished make. The only seam I found difficult to overlock was where the finished pockets had been added.

Problems With The Pattern

 

Big 4 patterns are not renowned for being the easiest to follow. If you like easy clear instructions, I would definitely say that indie patterns are much better. Which is why I do love Tilly And The Buttons, Sew Over It and Simple Sew patterns. 

One of the main problems with this pattern for me is the lack of clarity how the neckband is constructed. The first time that I made it I was totally confused!

You have to cut 2 pieces of the back neckband template and 4 pieces of the front neckband template. You construct 2 complete neckbands using these pieces. And only one of these complete neckbands is interfaced with iron on interfacing. You need to sew the interfaced completed neckband onto the front of the garment. That piece becomes the visible neckband of the garment.

The other completed neckband is sewn to the interfaced one. And then you fold this one back  to become the neckline facing.

It can be quite tricky to do this. Much pressing, pinning and swearing ensued for me. Which was a little easier with the cotton over the viscose, but not by much. 

The rest of construction is quite simple in comparison to this step. You join the bodice to the skirt part, add an elastic/drawstring casing and you are done.

 

Here Is My Finished Garment!

I love that it has a deep v neck. As I say, I layer this over a little vest top, camisole or t-shirt. Though you could slip stitch a little up the front seam to make the neckline less deep and revealing if you prefer.

The elastic can be drawn in to tighten this up if and when I do lose weight again. And it would also make a great cover up over a swim suit for holidays. 

If I am honest, the cotton doesn’t drape quite as nicely as the viscose. It does have more rigidity to it, but it is still a lovely everyday top. 

I am actually thinking of hacking the pattern and making a longer length version in an animal print viscose. And I have already cut a third one out of some stunning Rifle Paper Company viscose that I have had for yonks!

 

How Would I Tackle The Issues I Had If I Make It Again?

A couple of quick cheats I would do in future…

I must admit to cheating a little and using my own handmade bias binding  for the elastic casing instead of cutting a (very) long strip of bias from the fabric. It saves so much fabric wastage!

And when cutting the pattern out, I actually prefer to interface my material before cutting out the templates. So I interfaced enough of my material before cutting one of the back neckband and two of the front neckband pieces this time.

As the rest of the garment is made from drapey material, it is important not to use too stiff an interfacing! Too stiff an interfacing and you run the risk of the neckband being really rigid. Not a good look.

I am looking forward to wearing this top lots as the weather here improves.

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What is the Dior New Look?

Not to be confused with the high-street store or the popular pattern company, Christian Dior’s New Look was a seminal moment in fashion history.

We think the Metropolitan Museum of Art put it best when they described the essence of the New Look as:

Featuring rounded shoulders, a cinched waist, a very full skirt, the “New Look” celebrated ultra-femininity and opulence in women’s fashion. After years of military and civilian uniforms, sartorial restrictions and shortages, Dior offered not merely a new look, but a new outlook.

It was first presented in a couture collection in 1947, but it came to heavily influence daily women’s wear throughout the 1950s.


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What are the special details of a Christian Dior New Look dress or outfit?

If you want to create your own New Look outfit, pay attention to these key details:

  • Aim for an extravagant and glamorous feel
  • Opt for full skirts, using lots of fabric
  • A nipped-in waist and exaggerated hourglass silhouette
  • Heavy silk, taffeta and other high-quality fabrics with plenty of body and structure

What patterns can I buy to recreate the Dior New Look?

We love Vintage Vogue patterns for this – they’re original designs from the 1950s but they’ve been regraded for a modern fit, so they include better sizing options. Check out V2903, V9105 and V8729.


Are there easy 1950s inspired patterns?

Original 1950s patterns were designed to be made by people who had been sewing since they were old enough to hold a needle and thread. For beginner sewists, you might want to start with simpler dresses and separates. For easy vintage inspired patterns, check out the Ruby dress, Sophia set and the Notch Collar jacket from Simple Sew.


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Homeowners are updating their siding, windows and roofing

When water and mold problems developed in Jessica Vogler’s home, she researched materials to replace the stucco exterior. Wanting a modern farmhouse look and a product that was going to be durable, long lasting, and high quality, she chose fiber cement siding.

“We are a family with three young children and two dogs, and we plan to be here for a long time,” said Vogler, who lives in Plumstead Township, Bucks County. “We wanted a product that was safe for our family that we were not going to have to replace.”

Last winter, Vogler installed James Hardie Plank Select Cedarmill in Arctic White, accented with Hardie Trim Batten Board and stone. She traded the two-story home’s original white vinyl windows for black Pella windows with a simple cross pane style, switching out the half-moon and arch shapes to all squares and rectangular windows for a more modern look.

“I felt that the arches we had were a bit dated and were also difficult to style on the interior,” she said. “We also added black gutters and downspouts to contrast with the white siding. I love the overall contrast of the black and white for a clean, classic, timeless look.

Vogler is among the many homeowners who completed exterior building upgrades in 2020, according to the 2021 Houzz & Home Study. Outdoor projects were popular with 57% of renovating homeowners in 2020, a 6% increase over 2019. The top three most common projects were paint (20%), roofing (18%) and windows (18%), and spending increased for each project type by 13%, 20% and 3%, respectively.

“Homeowners don’t want to continually paint or power wash or worry if they are going to start degrading in some fashion,” said Ed Barnhart, principal of Always by Design Architecture in Queen Village.

While there are many home exterior materials to choose from, the costs and aesthetics vary. Vinyl siding is generally most affordable, though it can sag over time from the sun. Stucco and metal are also among the more affordable materials, though they won’t last as long and aren’t as interesting as other exteriors, said Ed Rudloff, owner of Rudloff Custom Builders in West Chester.

Vogler’s choice — stone veneer with Hardie plank siding — is most popular today for a clean, custom look, durability and affordability, Rudloff said. To add more appeal, siding can be installed vertically and horizontally and mixed with shake siding. Roofs and windows can also add more aesthetic value to a home with siding.

“We make our products engineered for climate, so specifically in the Northeast, we are engineered for snow, rain and freezing temperatures,” said Brian Magness, sales manager at James Hardie in West Chester. “Our product mimics the charm and craftsman style and look of wood but with less maintenance.”

In terms of cost, cedar wood siding is more expensive and requires painting more often than Hardie fiber cement products. How often a home needs to be painted depends on the climate conditions.

Another relatively affordable option is stucco, though internal rotting of the wall systems and mold caused by water leakage has kept homeowners wary. The product has since been reengineered and is back in the marketplace in a version that introduces a drainage plane, Barnhart said.

Brick, with a longstanding tradition in Philadelphia, and the durability that can stand for generations, is a step up in cost. While stone is among the most expensive exteriors, stone veneers simulate the look at about a 35% cost savings.

Reasons to replace windows include efficiency, damage and aesthetics. Black windows became popular about two years ago, said Rudloff, with about half of his customers now opting for them. While white makes up the other half, brown, red and other colors are also available. Grill patterns vary, from full grids to partial to no grids.

“The customization has been happening more and more as people have been getting bolder that they don’t need to go with a traditional white window,” Rudloff said.

It’s important to do your homework when choosing the best exterior for your budget, climate, and style tastes. Vogler drove around her neighborhood to see different options. Online sites such as Pinterest and Houzz show many possibilities. Be sure to hire a professional who knows how to properly install the product you choose, as all materials can fail if they aren’t installed properly.

“Everyone sees the exterior of your home, but very few come inside,” Magness said.

Have you solved a decorating, remodeling, or renovation challenge in your home? Tell us your story by email (and send a few digital photographs) to [email protected].

Sewing pattern for baby lovey

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Baby Patterns This free crochet bunny lovey pattern is my new favourite baby crochet make, perfect for baby boys or girls with so many colour options! Keep your crochet comforter neutral in muted tones, or add colour for a bright and fun lovey blanket.

Tutorial: Baby lovey with a pacifier loop. Here’s a sweet present you can make for a new baby! Holli from Hello Holli shares a tutorial at Petit a Petit & Family showing how to make a soft lovey for baby. It’s made from a soft Minky fur and has a ribbon loop where you can attach a pacifier if you like. Click below for her tutorial:

Feb 26, 2019 · The pattern for the blanket part of the lovey is on The Crafty Mama Bear’s blog. Here is the link that will take you directly to the pattern. She has photos of the lovey with a bunny, owl or octopus. She provides link to each of the heads she used, but you could also use the head and arm patterns for just about any amigurumi pattern.

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Place your fabrics wrong sides together. Pin the fabrics together. The trick to sewing with minky is to use LOTS of pins! I place mine a couple inches from the edge. Tuck your fabric edges into the folded satin blanket binding. Fold the ends of the binding in flush with the edge of the fabric and pin in place.

Assembling this lovey amigurumi isn’t hard, but it’s important to be careful and keep the symmetry. I like to embroider the head when it’s not attached yet, but it’s your choice. Sew the ears onto the head before sewing the head onto the body – that’s for sure. you are done! disclaimer

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90,000 Pattern storage systems – Everything is in our hands! Therefore, they cannot be omitted! – LJ When you start sewing and the process takes over, there are a lot of patterns very quickly. Then a lot. And there may come a time when it is easier to make a new pattern than to find the old one among a pile of papers.
In order to simplify your life in advance, you can immediately organize a “pattern life” as conveniently as possible. I’ll tell you about my admission. If you use other convenient methods – share and discuss.

Initially, I divided all the patterns into several categories – for children, adult men, adult women, and patterns of my customers.
I make patterns on special paper (tracing paper for patterns), graph paper and analogs. It is thin, lightweight paper. It can be folded several times and there will still be a thin stack. This is convenient when there are a lot of patterns and they begin to take up volume or be too heavy (for example, a bunch of newsprint patterns nearly ripped my shelf off the wall).

I sign each pattern:
– the name (“dress for …”)
– I draw the style
– I indicate the main measurements (OG, OT, OB, etc. important for a particular style)
– I make notes on the nuances of working with this pattern or planting
– I put the date
– if possible I put in a piece of fabric from which the product was sewn according to the pattern (it’s easier for me to remember the style and its features) not always signed side up.And so – a sheet of notes or even glued to the file from the inside. You can always see what it is about inside.

All this folds neatly into a transparent file. And he goes to the organizer folder.

There can be several organizers or “sections” are made inside a large one according to the previously indicated categories.
Then, if a previous customer contacts me or I remember an old dress and want to repeat it, I will very quickly find the pattern I need and all that remains is to correct it for new measurements, etc.

Separately, I will say about the basics (i.e. the most basic patterns of the bodice, skirt, trousers, etc., on the basis of which the modeling is then carried out to fit the style). Basics are stored separately. They are made on thick paper (whatman paper to last longer), signed and folded into a separate folder. These are the most valuable patterns.))
But the thin ones are revised once a year and some may be thrown away.

That’s how it is with me. And you?

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Tailor’s chalk, white or colored, rectangular shape is easy to use thanks to the special relief surface.

Sewing machine needles in various thicknesses, in sets of 10 – for sewing thin and thick fabrics.

Set of hand sewing and embroidery needles – different lengths with different ears.

Ripper with a sharp sharpened steel blade and a plastic handle does not slip in the hands during operation, it is convenient to use when sewing, knitting, repairing clothes, for cutting loops.

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From sketch to catwalk: all stages of clothing production

Specialists responsible for the selection and preparation of materials for clothing play a huge role in the chain “sketch – production – buyer”.There are several such professions. One of them is called a confectioner. The name is derived from the Latin word “confection” – a manufacturer.
When they say that clothes fit like a glove, this is the merit of the designer, fashion designer and weaver. But how comfortable it is for a person in an outfit depends largely on the manufacturer. He selects the fabric for clothing, taking into account its purpose: casual or sportswear, outerwear or pajamas, women or men. The designer is simply obliged to follow fashion trends, since from season to season the demand changes not only for styles, but also for fabrics.

Confectioner is a specialist in the search and selection of new samples of fabrics, accessories, applied materials and accessories for new clothing collections.

CONFECTIONER, DYEER, COLORIST

According to archaeologists, our ancestors began to paint things 30 thousand years ago. There were no chemical factories then, but Mother Nature provided people with everything they needed. For example, in order to obtain a yellow tint, the leaves of a string or sorrel root have been used for a long time.The orange fabric became after processing with black alder bark. A blue tint to the canvas was given with the help of ash bark, and if the wool was dyed, then cornflower flowers were used. But most often, colorists of the past used beets and onion peels. The additional properties of these plants are well known to this day.

Two people are responsible for the future color of the product in the garment industry: a colorist and a dyer. The first prepares dyes for fabrics, the second dyes these fabrics.

Colorist is a specialist in mixing various dyes, prepares dyes for fabrics, leads the technological process of developing new colors.

Dyer is a specialist who dyes products made of different materials on dyeing machines.

Lesson plan on technology on the topic “Translation of patterns on tracing paper or paper from fashion magazines. Cutting trousers” (Grade 9)

Planning a lesson for grade 9 using technology

Date: _______

No lesson 12

Lesson topic: Translation of patterns on tracing paper or paper from fashion magazines.Open your trousers (breeches, shorts).

Triune goal

Educational: To form knowledge about the rules for transferring patterns to tracing paper; continue familiarizing students with the rules for cutting the product on fabric.

Developing: to develop the intellectual and creative abilities of students in the process of doing practical work; stimulate the cognitive activity of children, develop interest in the subject, ingenuity, erudition, the ability to quickly and clearly formulate and express their thoughts, reason logically, apply their knowledge in practice.

Educational: the formation of mutual assistance, a benevolent attitude towards each other, the ability to listen to others when working in class, in groups; foster a sense of belonging to a common cause, the ability to work collectively; to educate students for hard work, accuracy and responsibility, love and interest in the subject.

Lesson type:

Teaching methods:

Visual – demonstration of pictures, illustrations, tables, etc. .

– Methods of organizing educational and cognitive activity (Verbal – explanatory and illustrative, or informational-receptive: story, lecture, explanation, work with a textbook)

  • -Repreproductive assimilation of ZUN based on memorization and through a system of exercises, reproduction of actions on the application of knowledge in practice, activity on the algorithm, programming)

  • -Methods of stimulation and motivation educational and cognitive activity:

(Cognitive games, educational discussions, the creation of emotional and moral situations, surprise, amusement, paradox, etc.

Methods of control and self-control for the effectiveness of educational and cognitive activity.

  • Credits: oral, written, frontal, group, individual, final, current, with the use of TCO, programmed, tests.

– Methods of research activities ( when students are given a cognitive task that they solve independently, choosing the necessary methods for this and using the help of a teacher)

– problem presentation of the material being studied;

– partial search, or heuristic method;

Other teaching methods: _____________________________________________________________

Equipment: ______________________________________________________________________

New concepts, terms: ____________________________________________________________________________________

The structure of the lesson and f for different stages of learning 9000 and key competencies : value-semantic (1), general cultural (2), educational and cognitive (3), information (4), communicative (5), social and labor (6), personal improvement (7), socio-cultural (8 ), natural history and health-preserving (9), multicultural (10)

  1. Organizational moment, characterized by external and internal (psychological) readiness of students for the lesson .

  • Greetings;

  • Checking the presence of students in the lesson;

  • Checking the readiness of students for the lesson;

  • Announcement of the topic and purpose of the lesson.

II . Tentative and motivational stage the formation of competence …

III . Updating knowledge and practical and mental skills (preparing students for the perception of new educational material): the formation of competence …

  1. Tell us about the history of fashion magazines.

  2. How to determine the degree of complexity of processing a product using a fashion magazine?

  3. Why can’t you use the pattern sheet from the magazine itself for the patterns?

  4. How to work with a fashion magazine correctly?

IV . Operational and executive stage – the formation of competence …

Since we combine all the positions at once – cutter and tailor, we will need all their tools.

A large rectangular table is required for cutting fabrics; but if not, you can cut it on a clean floor. It is necessary to sew at a table so that large parts of a dress, trousers or skirt are placed on it.

In addition to the table, you need: a large ironing board (or a table with a bed of thick fabric and a sleeve block), an ironing device (a piece of gauze or soft cloth, for example, a thin linen cloth 70 * 70 cm).

Before starting work (it starts after cutting, with preparatory operations and sweeping), only the necessary things should be on the table: on the left – cut details; on the right – scissors, a ruler, chalk (soap), threads, needles, pins, a thimble, a peg for removing temporary lines.You should always have at hand: a measuring tape, incisors (one with sharp teeth, the other with sharpened ones), paper (preferably millimeter) for drawing the main and additional parts, wrapping paper or wallpaper for cutting out patterns, tracing paper for checking lines, translating darts.

The main way to translate contours is with a cutter (other methods: through carbon paper, onto tracing paper). Put the paper with the drawing on the working paper, pin it with pins to the drawing board, plywood, thick cardboard.Exactly along the lines (straight sections along the ruler), without hurrying, not pressing too much, roll with a sharp-toothed cutter all contours, horizontal and vertical constructive lines, darts, places of pockets – in general, everything that is on the drawing. If the details overlap one another (like the sides of a dress), they must be circled separately. In addition to the main details, copy additional ones. Draw such details that are not on the drawing: trims and valances for entering the pocket, burlap pockets, etc.

If we cut the fabric on folded in half, the patterns are needed for half of the product.If all or some of the details are cut on the unfolded canvas, then you need a full set of patterns for unfolded and paired parts.

For punctures on the working paper, you need to circle all the lines with a pencil. Before cutting, marks and inscriptions are made on the templates (inside the contours, so as not to cut off): the direction of the share thread is indicated by an arrow with two ends; the name of the part, cuts and control lines; the amount of these parts: if there are more than one pair, then you need to make patterns for each pair. For the unfolded cut, you must specify the left and right sides of the parts.On details where it is easy to confuse the sides, top and bottom, inscribe at the sections: to the back, to the front, to the neck, etc.

For each cut, specify the seam allowance, the locations of the control points, the beginning and ends of the darts. The corners of the pockets and darts are designated by cut triangles (the darts themselves are not cut out). Areas of folds, assemblies, fit, hitching, braces are noted.

Then the patterns are cut out, checking the conjugation of the lines of the neckline, armhole, ridge and bottom of the sleeve, the seat of the trousers.

! Before laying out the patterns on the fabric, check the list and the number of parts again.

V . Initial examination of knowledge – the formation of competence …

1. What determines the number of cut details? Why are they checked?

2. List the ways to translate the contours of parts.

VI. Consolidation, training, development of skills formation of competence …

Practical work: transferring a pattern to tracing paper or film from fashion magazines. Cut out the details on the fabric.

VII .Control and accounting of knowledge formation of competence …

Checking the correctness of the patterns; checking the correct cutting of parts on the fabric.

VIII . Health-saving technologies – the formation of competence by the teacher – instruction on TB, sanitary hygiene, training in first aid methods. Formation of competence by a student – compliance with the rules of personal hygiene, safety rules when working in a sewing workshop, providing first aid.

IX . Reflexive-assessment stage – competence formation…

Setting and announcing marks.

Homework: bring ready-made details of the cut of trousers, threads, needles, pins, scissors.

Paper Models – Old Forgotten? – Park flyer

“I shared a simple truth, and the young people shout-OSTO-OH in response!”
Maybe this article will work the same way? Quite possible.But, God knows, I was not going to write it. Somehow the mosaic of life develops in such a way that various accidents (and knowledgeable people say that there are no accidents) lead you to one or another action. As if someone’s invisible hand controls the chain of events and leads you to perform this action … A week ago, a couple of my large copy models were asked for a city exhibition of technical creativity.
A comrade came to me in his car, we loaded them, and on the way to the recreation center we stopped by to pick up poster models from the boys from the house, also for the exhibition.And that was the first surprise. Guys, using drawings (more precisely, patterns) from the Web, are very enthusiastic about building paper-copy models. Of course, it is clear that the hand of the master is not yet firm, there are not enough skills, but some models are very good. Literally a day later, we sat with a childhood friend, drank a glass of tea and remembered youth, looked at old black-and-white photos, and he said: – do you remember the first time you saw “Mala Modeling”, how my mother had a hard time (there was a shortage of subscription) Subscribed to this magazine for you and me, how did you build the first models? And the first was the Zubr plane, remember ?! Listen, maybe you should write about these models on “Park Flyer”? – Why write something? Cut out and glue! Who needs it, there are sites on the network dedicated to paper modeling, there are patterns and advice… – Well, don’t tell me, this is when you know, and after all, we once thought how it is possible to build such a three-dimensional model from a flat sheet of paper! How we ran to the mailbox and looked to see if they had brought a fresh magazine! How they dreamed of the models “Messer” or “Yak”. And then they thought of putting motors from Pico toys on the four-engine Halifax (they just fit into the engine nacelles in diameter) and launched this plane on the lane.The battery was located in the center of the circle.
And when we watched the film “Four Tankmen and a Dog” many times, we dreamed – if only the “Red” tank was in “Model”!
And then he really appeared, what a joy!
– Yes, of course, but it was a different time, and now who needs all this?
– And you still write, now who is not just fond of what. Surely someone will be interested, and someone will remember their youth.
– Okay, I’ll think about it. I would have thought so, probably …
But when I climbed onto the mezzanine for MK magazines (I had to find something from the materials for building copy models), and a bundle of Mala Modeling magazines fell on my head (Young modeler), I understand, THIS IS FATE, I have to write.
During my life, I have made many different models, layouts, homemade products. When the Almighty has attached his hands normally, it is difficult to refrain from different types of creativity. There were boomerangs, airplanes made of dry grass, and models of tanks, cannons, sailboats, cars, rockets, gliders, and cord copies. Then, in the early seventies, the passion for guitars and bands began. They organized their own group, made the electric guitars themselves, bought a drum kit, began performing in restaurants, at weddings. Then I went to the army, and the friends I played with even traveled a little with the philharmonic society around the Union.We even drank vodka with the legendary Pesnyars, and now one lives in the USA and recently sent greetings from the famous “songwriter” Bortkevich. Well, damn it, I began to brag … In general, I also built a hovercraft based on publications in MK, and a snowmobile. Then a couple of hang gliders, motor hang gliders (also a couple). All of this flew, went, and I myself flew on the delta from 1986 to 2006. As in the summer of 2006 he made an extreme flight with his little dog, unloaded the device into the garage, and has not flown since then. (Probably, as Abdula said from “White Sun of the Desert” – the old became, the lazy became!).I switched to radio-controlled models.
But a long time ago, in August 1970, my beloved grandmother came to us and we went for a walk in the evening. And in those ancient times, everywhere there were such Soyuzpechat kiosks, such as aquariums, where printed materials were placed and laid out in a circle and it was possible, while waiting for a tram or a bus (and the kiosks were very often located at stops), to view and even read something through glass At night, no one closed the shutters or removed from the window. It was already at the end of the 80s that the people changed, they began to beat shop windows, steal goods, and such kiosks were abolished.
And so, the saleswoman was already closing the kiosk, and I saw SO-O-O-E!
This was this magazine # 7 for 1970. Model of the galleon “Vodnik” of the Polish king, I don’t remember which one.
It then cost 13 kopecks. I was in the fourth grade and the children did not have pocket money at that time. Grandma bought it for me.



There was nothing of the kind in the USSR at that time. No, there was a very simplified model of the cruiser “Aurora” up to the waterline. It was sold as a separate assembly book. Subsequently, the Armored Car was added to it, on which Lenin and the first Soviet tank performed.
But such a magazine, where patterns of various copies of planes, ships, submarines, locks, missiles, cars were printed every month was just a miracle. Thanks to the magazine, I even began to study Polish on my own. Although I did not learn it perfectly, it became quite tolerable to read and understand the text of the magazine. Many models are simply amazingly detailed. In particular, the chassis, engine and interior are completely copied in the Gaz-69 model. The Po-2 model has cable operated pedals and aileron control stick.Many of the models are huge. I remember the battleship “Rodney” was about a meter.
Now, in the RC model, I use the patterns from the magazine to create the radio models from the ceiling. The patterns fit perfectly. Many issues of “Small Model” can be downloaded on the net. There are other similar magazines.
And I just have real wealth accumulated over many years. And this is far from all.










Some of the older models have survived to this day.In the photo in the title of the model Yak-9 and Zero they are about 40 years old. All this time, they, along with others, were hanging on the wall and collecting dust. True, they are covered with enamel (nitro lacquer) and slightly turned yellow. But in principle, it can be completely painted and will be like new.
There were favorite models – Po-2 and the Polish bomber “Los”. Alas, they are not. The young cat ran around the house, climbed on the carpet on the wall next to the models and decided that it was possible to jump on planes. The result is two best models in the dust. The bomber had fully detailed cockpits with machine guns, sights and equipment.Po-2 too.
Here are some pictures from my former life.
Liner IL-18

Sailboat “Bounty”.

French fighter Dewuatin 520

Po-2

Missile boat MOR

The very first model is the Polish LWS-1 Zubr bomber. He is still alive. I want to repeat it in a span of 2 meters from the ceiling.

Well, the order of fate has been fulfilled, the article has been written. Will it be useful to someone? I want to believe. Indeed, for many boys, the path to big modeling begins with simple models.And how in childhood you want it to look like a real one …
On the sites of paper modeling you will find like-minded people and advice and patterns, and my humble work is to place landmarks and indicate the direction. Good luck everyone!

templates and production Volumetric layouts

It would be a mistake to think that only little girls make models of houses from paper with their own hands. Of course, your princess will also be happy with such a gift, but they can also come in handy in an architectural idea.Before starting to build, always make a small copy. In this case, PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is used, from which the finest details are cut out with a milling machine. Then they are combined with a solvent.

But it is possible to repeat the masterpieces of architects without special equipment. Such a house can be not only a useful layout, but also a home decoration. The most common material for this is paper, so the process will not cost you too much.

We buy materials

For work you will need colored paper or cardboard.The latter is preferable for complex models, as it requires increased strength. It is better to take paper for scanning.

All windows, doors and other small parts will be cut with a knife. Make sure that it is sharp enough, it is better to buy at a hardware store.

You can connect the parts both with super glue – it allows you to speed up the process, – and PVA (but it is better to speed it up with a hair dryer). Scissors, a pencil, and a ruler are also useful.You can use paints for decoration.

Select the scan

If this is your first experience in reproducing models of houses, it is better, of course, to take a ready-made scan. You can not only find them on the Internet, but also make them yourself. This is a very fun process.

Almost any program can be selected. It is desirable that she work with vector images. One of the most convenient in this regard is CorelDRAW. Constructions in it are very easy, you can change the thickness of the lines and load your own textures.But the built-in library also pleases with the proposed photos.

The first step is to draw an oblong rectangle. Now it needs to be split into two pairs of identical walls located across one. You need to build a floor along the bottom edges, it is attached to one of the edges to the general layout. We divide the roof into segments and also attach it. After that, you can add architectural elements and visual effects. And don’t forget about the straps.

Build Steps

We print and cut out the scheme we received earlier.

If you do not have a color printer or you have not used textures, you can transfer the blank to cardboard.

Using a needle and an awl, mark the locations of windows, doors and decorative elements. You need to cut everything at once, entirely. And preferably with a clerical knife – the scissors will leave serifs. Place a sheet of plywood beforehand.

Additionally make shutters, doors, awnings and the like. We will glue them at the very end. Use a ruler to work through all the folds – this will make it easier to assemble.

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Of course, the main highlight will not be the material of the house, but its style. Let’s make a number of houses and from them we will create a game ghost town.

We need:

  1. White paper.
  2. Pencil, ruler.
  3. Scissors.
  4. Glue.
  5. Black marker or black paper.
  6. Print Template (PDF)
  7. Check out our ideas for kids, there

Our city will add ghostly features due to the location of windows and doorways, I explain: there are two windows and a door on the wall of the house, located so that their shape resembles a face (windows – eyes, house – mouth). The house is kind of watching you. Moreover, the shapes of windows and doors can and should vary in shape, while houses differ slightly in size, color and shape of the roof.

In principle, templates can be found on the Internet and printed. You can make it yourself.

On a sheet of white paper, draw a rectangle, its length is equal to the length of the perimeter of the poor building, and the height is the height of the house, excluding the roof. If you do not want to calculate the dimensions simply, first draw a rectangle 16 cm long and 5 centimeters long in the middle of a sheet of landscape paper in the middle of a sheet of landscape paper. Divide it with vertical lines along the long side into four equal rectangles.Then, to the second rectangle from the left (this is the facade), draw a triangle on one free side, the side of the rectangle is the base of the triangle, and the vertex looks towards the opposite side (the triangle is the end side of the roof).

And on the other free side, draw another rectangle to the second rectangle from the left. Its height will be equal to the width of the first rectangle on the left (this is the bottom of our house). To the third rectangle on the left, add a rectangle with a height equal to the length of the two lateral sides of the triangle (these are the sides of the roof), and draw it on the same side as the triangle.On the last rectangle, if we count to the left, draw a triangle (the size is the same as the previous one, the display is mirror-image, if it is not equilateral).

Instead of triangles, you can draw a truncated triangle, then the height of the sides of the roof is equal to the sum of the lengths of the sides of the truncated triangle, plus the length of the smaller base. Now it remains to draw the flaps on the outside so that the house can be folded and glued. Cut out the layout.

We will bend the volumetric paper house, inward relative to the drawn lines so that they are not visible on the facade.We will pre-draw or glue the windows and draw.

The principle is clear, we make different houses, and we play.

This is an instruction on how to make a paper house with your own hands for kids! Hopefully it’ll take them a little while. Note: The parts for these toy houses will need to be cut out of thick paper, so it is best if they are cut by an adult rather than a child.

Making a house out of paper with your own hands

Ideas:

Color the parts of the houses before putting them together.You can draw a door frame around and windows. You can glue the cellophane inside the window. You can draw shingles on the roof. Or add windows or even two, or maybe doors.


You can add people and animals. Create your own home. Make a church, school, hospital. Or maybe you even make a whole village.


You can make a green base to simulate grass. Create your own streets.

New Year’s version of decorating a house made of paper


If you make a small town with a huge number of such houses, could you post a photo with it on the site so that I can look at it?

NOTE: My templates are not very good, but they are pretty clear.You can download and print templates. If you can print them on thick paper, that will be great, and if not, you will have to transfer the drawing from the printout to thick paper.

You can also download all templates for buildings 1 – 5 in one ZIP file listed just below house No. 5. You can also download all templates for buildings 6 – 8 in one ZIP file listed just below house No. 8.

General instructions

After you have cut out all the pieces, use a ballpoint pen to transfer all the fold lines, including the hinge positions on the doors, and leave the doors open.Then glue them together. Better to use quick-drying glue. If you are making a house out of thick paper with any pattern on it, make sure that the pattern will be on the inside of the house so that it is not visible.

You can use a few staples to hold the pieces together until the glue dries, old paper clips may work as well.

1. We will start with the simplest projects and move on to the most complex houses. Let’s start with a very simple garage :

for template

2.This garage is slightly larger, designed for two cars:

You only need 2 parts for it, floor / walls and roof. Press here for template

3. Now let’s move on to our first house :

Click HERE for floor / wall drawing and click HERE for roof

4. Next house is very similar to the previous one, but it is a little longer:

You only need 2 parts for it.

Click HERE for the roof.

Note that you will need duct tape to hold some parts together. When gluing the roof to the house, hold the roof upside down in your hand and lower the house onto it to make sure it is centered.

5. And second house is not much more complicated, it has a chimney going through a hole in the roof:

You only need 3 pieces for it.

Click HERE for a floor / wall template and click HERE for the roof.

If you want to download BUILDINGS from 1 to 5 in one ZIP file, click HERE … Please email me if you have any problems uploading the file.

6. This house is a little more complicated – split level house:

You need 4 parts for it.

and for lower walls and two roofs click HERE

This house is quite complicated! Watch carefully where you cut the pieces.

7. The complexity of this house lies in the roof and “L” shaped floor.

You will need 6 parts for it.

For floor / wall templates, click …

For canopy / chimney roof / roof templates click HERE

For Canopy / Additional Roof Templates For Rear, Click HERE

This house is not for beginners!

8. The last house with an unusual roof, awning and chimney (very similar to the one above).

You will need 6 parts for it:

For floor / wall templates click HERE

For roof, pipe, gabled roof templates click HERE

For awning and roof templates: click HERE

Be careful with the canopy; mark each end of the house to which it will be connected.In addition, it is inconvenient to install a gabled roof over the main roof. I suggest cutting off the two glued pieces of the gabled roof and reattaching them with tape from the back.

If you want to download BUILDINGS Nos. 6 to 8 in one ZIP file, click HERE …

There are also other houses, just make out the templates now, but you can look at them ready-made and download the sketches:

house 9:

Template 1 >>

Template 2 >>

Template 3 >>

Building 10:

Template 1 >>

Template 2 >>

Surely many parents are familiar with the problem: the better occupy a child, how to tear him away from a computer or TV.A good option is a walk, but if the weather is not right, then it disappears immediately. We present to your attention an exciting activity that will help your child to while away a couple of cold winter evenings. The main thing is that for this you do not need to spend a large amount of money on toys. You only need to download one file and print it. As you can see, everything is pretty simple.

We offer an entertaining construction set game that will provide you with a couple of hours of peace while your little one is busy with construction. Better join him, because you have to deal with glue.Such a wonderful time will only bring you closer to your child. Help him build his dream house! In general, the game is intended for children from three years old under the supervision of adults. However, it is also suitable for children of primary school age. In the latter case, you can afford a couple of hours of rest. But do not rush to deny yourself such an entertaining pleasure.

For the child, the game will be useful, because you need to glue everything according to the instructions. This is where thinking, imagination and hand motor skills develop.You will need paper, scissors, cardboard, glue and, of course, paints. It is better to take, for example, PVA, and glue – a pencil. The latter option is much easier to operate and will bring you a minimum of inconvenience. We just print the downloaded layout of our future house, carefully cut it out and start construction.

If you like the process itself, you can make a whole miniature town by gluing a few more houses together. In fact, this is a great option for the New Year’s holiday. You can, for example, place your creations under the Christmas tree and put presents there.When you finish building, using ordinary cotton wool, you can create the illusion that snow has fallen in the town. You can settle several residents there or decorate the windowsill with this composition, for example. In a word, the construction of such a paper theater will be a wonderful pastime for your baby and, possibly, for you. Such space for imagination and imagination will give you a wonderful mood!

Paper is the simplest and most suitable material for a variety of creativity.Already from three months, the child has been paying attention to rustling leaves and is engaged in them for a long time and with enthusiasm. As they get older, children do not lose interest in paper and love to make various objects out of it. They are insanely happy when adults do crafts with them.

And if you ask a child what he wants to do, most often it turns out that this is a house. Moreover, both boys and girls love to create houses with their own hands. Apparently, children, albeit unconsciously, already perceive the house as the main attribute of life.How to quickly and easily make a house out of paper?

Tools and materials for creating a paper house

When you decide to brighten up a family evening or a child at school will receive an assignment to make such a craft, you will need a little imagination, paper, glue and just a few tools. The paper can be any: thin from color sets, sheets of notebooks or albums, drawing (which, by the way, glues perfectly) or pieces of wallpaper. You will need scissors, a ruler and a pencil, and sometimes a glue brush.

If you have a clerical knife, it will help you quickly and accurately cut the cuts of windows and doors. The glue is very different: in tubes, PVA glue, wallpaper, glue stick, homemade paste or paper in bottles, scotch tape. The selection of items for decorating the future house depends on the scope of your imagination with your child. Paints, gouache, colored pencils, beads, cotton wool, lace and other items for application are suitable.

You can engage in a magical action at a table, on a wide windowsill or sitting on the floor.If only the surface is smooth and resistant to glue and scratches (you can put a board or plywood).

Preparing a paper house sketch

When constructing a house, small or large, simple or complex, first create a sketch. Work begins with a drawing. If you have only small sheets for making a bigger house, you can cut the drawing along the dotted line and perform each part separately.


When cutting the drawing, remember that the right side will remain without a bend for applying glue and must be finished.You can add a floor to the sketch of the house. But is it necessary? Without it, it is more convenient for a child to place toys: dishes, furniture, “tenants” of various sizes, and not everything can get through the door.


Joining parts, decorating and assembling a paper house

  • Having marked the places of the windows and doors, make slots (conveniently using a clerical knife) and remove the paper from them. One side of the door is left uncut, and it will be slightly ajar for now.
  • Now it’s better to start decorating the product, after gluing it will be more difficult.The child will be happy to paint the house or paste over it with suitable colored paper. You can help him attach a latch to the door. To do this, glue a cardboard rectangle to the edge of the door, and provide the jamb with a slot – the house will immediately look more comfortable and reliable. The roof can be decorated with tiles by cutting tiles from suitable paper.
  • Then the parts of the house are cut out and the “construction” begins, smearing and gluing special folds.
    The product will take some time to dry.
    The new building lacks stability – it is better to install and glue it on a cardboard frame.


    The structure of the house can be complicated by adding an annex, porch, attic, second floor, balcony and other elements. The stages of work remain the same: creating a sketch – cutting out parts – decor – gluing – drying.

    Other versions of paper houses

    Round-shaped houses turn out to be very interesting from paper.
    When sketching, the body of this design appears as a solid long rectangle.The craft is glued one fold at a time. And the roof is often drawn separately in the form of a circle, then trimmed and connected to the body with glue.


    But it is also possible to build a drawing in unity with the roof. Then many cuts are made for the roof, which can then be glued with an overlap, creating a conical shape.


    With great enthusiasm, the children build fabulous “log cabins”.
    Materials for work are taken the same, but the technology of building such a house is completely different.Here, the building material is first procured. From the same long paper rectangles with the help of a pencil, make tubes – “logs”.


    Whether it will be a small house or a voluminous house depends on the size and number of rolled tubes. Usually, guys compete with adults or among themselves, who will roll or glue more.

    Then the walls are neatly folded from the finished material. There are options here: the walls are glued with gaps, where there are two logs in a row, or a solid masonry is glued in four tubes each with their displacement to the edges in the next row.The roof of the house can be “log” or smooth.

    Patterns and layouts of houses

    Save the diagram to your computer and print.

    You can make a paper house using origami technique

    Creation of origami figures, including houses, according to ready-made schemes, serves to develop the logical and spatial thinking of the child, to activate his thought processes. You can do origami anywhere, for example, in line to see a doctor.

    Having created the first simple paper houses with your own hands, you will be able to come up with many others unusually and more often to make them together with your beloved child.

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    Now we will consider the topic of how to create templates for a kindergarten, multi-storey or private house, as well as a school and a future class in it from paper.

    It is difficult to learn how to create really complex projects, but it is in your power and interest to assemble a decorative model of a building on a scale of 1:50, having made outlines of the details and facades of structures, as well as the entire roof and frame, on a piece of paper in advance. You can print templates and layouts of structures yourself.

    How to make or build a three-dimensional house, apartments and rooms in it? The technology itself is not complicated, but for the first time it may seem difficult, especially for children, so we share step by step how to do it.To make a do-it-yourself model of a house, you will need six mm plywood, as well as materials for creating facades, partitions and a roof. We will make the frame of the house out of plywood and lay it out on a smooth surface .

    Gallery: paper house construction model (25 photos)


















    Create a flat pattern for a house layout with our own hands

    Normal flat pattern creation process is no less interesting than working with ready-made samples.To do this, you need a graphics program installed on your PC. It is best to take CorelDraw or a similar program for processing vector images.

    In it, with an increase or decrease in the size of the picture, the sizes of the lines and the textures themselves change in the same ratio. This helps you get true images . And the very library of textures included in its shell is huge.

    By filling the flat pattern with the texture, you can get a ready-made visual view of the main details of the layout.The whole process, including the embedding of the sweep particles with a certain texture, the imposition of certain effects and architectural details, as well as inserting pictures from the library of symbols, will take from ten minutes to half an hour, if the structure is not complicated. Let’s make a scan on our printer, and start prototyping .

    Creation of complex paper products

    The process of creating complex, huge models of houses is not very different from the one described earlier. It’s just that such sweeps are made for individual parts of composite layouts. .A group photo of the entire assembly of such a layout shows its individual parts and an assembly diagram.

    To color sawdust, ultramarine blue is taken, diluted in hot water, where wood powder is immersed, which is colored before the eyes to the degree of the desired color. Once removed from the paint, it is wrung out and placed in a thin layer on a baking sheet to dry.

    Wood powder can be used to cover models instead of paint, but for this it is prepared in a wide variety of colors, dried and stacked in jars.The best paint for this is aniline, sold in cotton bags. The powder is applied in a thin layer on hot joiner’s glue and pressed down. Its excess, upon drying, is poured into a jar and stored for the next work.

    The snow surface is made as follows: the desired part is lubricated with glue and sprinkled with brown with an admixture of boric acid to give shine. You can also make the surface of cotton wool (absorbent), which is spread in an even and thin layer over white paper.Cotton wool is sprinkled with boric acid on top.
    When the glued parts are dry, they are covered with a putty made from chalk (tooth powder) and glue. Depending on the color that the soil should have, a different paint is added to the chalk. The putty is applied in a thin layer, and in those places where it is required, it takes the forms of the necessary bulges, relief, protrusions, banks, etc. monolithic.Pebbles, roots imitating one or another object can be interspersed into the putty when it is applied.

    The background of the layout can be painted with brown paint or sprinkled with wood powder on glue, or pasted over with dark paper. The entire layout after finishing, while it is raw, sprinkle with diamond mounds, from which it comes to life, especially in the evening light.

    Inscriptions are made on drawing paper in ink and placed under glass like labels, and the layout is ready.
    Let’s turn to the manufacture of some details of the models.

    Forest and bushes conditionally depict green deciduous mosses. They are going ahead. You need to choose the greenest, brightest and not very juicy, dry them in a draft, but not in the sun. Very dense bouquets are tied from mosses, which are inserted into the holes made in the model with an awl.

    Grass model

    The grassy surface on the models can also be depicted with moss. The surface is covered with matte green paper or painted with green paint.The green background is smeared with glue and sprinkled with finely cut moss. You can replace the moss with small sawdust stained green. If you want to represent a part of the vegetation in its natural form, then you have to take real plants or parts of them, dried in the sand.

    Surface irregularities, pits, small elevations, etc. do this: moisten a lump of thin paper in liquid wood glue of the required size and stick it on the surface of the stand. Soak another piece of colored paper in glue.When it becomes soft, lay on the lump and press the edges around the lump to the surface of the stand. Coat the irregularities made with glue and sprinkle with clipped moss or earth.

    Simulation of the surface of the earth. The easiest way is to arrange a flat soil surface. It is enough to grease a piece of cardboard and sprinkle with earth or sand. The cardboard must be painted in the same color as the prepared soil.

    “Earth” is done like this. Take thin cardboard and black matte paper. Cut out a piece of cardboard of the required size, paste over it with matte black paper, the back of the cardboard must be pasted over with paper right now, otherwise it will warp.In the absence of paper, cardboard can be painted with soot on glue with complete success. Apply wood glue to the black side of the cardboard, cover it with earth in an even layer, let it dry for half an hour and only then shake off the excess soil.

    Dry soil is not black, but gray, and therefore, in order for it to remain black, it must be painted. This is done prior to the sticker. Take black mineral paint, dissolve it on a silver platter and pour earth into it. Dry the soil soaked in paint in the sun or in an oven.

    Exactly the same methods are used to make a sandy surface, you just need to take yellow, best of all, ordinary wrapping paper instead of black paper. Occasionally it is necessary to paint the background with watercolor paint if the prepared “breed” has a shade of a different color.

    Artificial sand is prepared for sandy landscapes. It is composed of 20% natural sand and 80% ocher. The mixture is thoroughly mixed.

    From natural stones it is best to use stones taken from a stream, as well as small gravel.In order to attach pebbles, sticks or any objects to the cardboard, they are greased with very thick wood glue and lowered to their intended places. When boiling leu, a little granulated sugar is added for strength.

    Stream layout

    The brook is decorated with paints, and its bed is covered with a specially applied blue putty with the powder of a blue embankment, which emits shine, and the shore – with earth and pebbles.

    Animals to revitalize the landscape can be cut from plywood, painted and attached in the appropriate places on the layout.Also the plants of the foreground. The stones must be prepared from paper pulp and then painted. You can also use the corresponding drawings for this purpose, cut out and stick them on cardboard, and then attach them to the layout.

    High slopes and precipices. A box of the required size is bent and glued from cardboard. It is glued upside down on a piece of cardboard. This will be the skeleton of the mountain. On all or some sides, you can glue a sheet of thick paper so that with one edge it is attached to the edge of the bottom of the box, and the other to the cardboard, you get a slope of the desired steepness.The paper is taken in the appropriate color, depending on whether it is an earthen, sandy or grassy slope. When the model is finished, this slope is smeared with glue and sprinkled with sand, earth or clipped moss.

    For tearing, take a thin gray wrapping paper. Cut off the desired piece, soak it in liquid wood glue and apply in the same way as the “slope”, but, of course, lower it much steeper. The glue will dry out soon, and you can easily collect the paper in any folds and wrinkles.When the glue dries and the paper hardens, coat it again with glue and, holding the “cliff” upwards, sprinkle with sand. Then the folds and folds will resemble potholes washed with water on the slope of a ravine. You can sprinkle the “cliff” not only with sand. After picking up multi-colored clays, sprinkle them on the glue in horizontal stripes and visually depict the layering of the earth’s crust.

    Such models of mountains, cliffs, shores and even ravines can be easily made from nature if you have drawings and maps of the area.

    If you are assembling a rock collection from a cliff, then an accurate, proportional cliff model made (sprinkled with glue) from genuine locally sourced materials will tremendously increase the value of your collection.

    Building models of dwellings or villages develops resourcefulness and creativity in students. And made such models will serve as valuable aids for the geographical office. Pictures, drawings, etc., as well as descriptions in magazines and books can be used for guidance. As an example, let’s give a description of one layout.

    A man sits near the entrance to the cave. All the inhabitants of the cave went hunting. The rest must guard the dwelling and maintain the “eternal flame”.

    A well-executed model of a primitive man’s cave will help you imagine the life of our ancient ancestors. The size of the model holder is 40 X 40 cm. The height of the back wall is 40 cm. Sculpt a model of a mountain with a cave out of clay. Cover the model with layers of paper. Pre-tear the paper into pieces of 150 × 150 mm. You will have a papier-mâché cast of the mountain. Sew the mount to the baseboard and to the back of the breadboard.

    Cover the area around the mountain with earth and green sawdust. Paint the mountain so that it looks like it is made of stone.Animal hides are made well from bits of old shaggy towel. Color in the “skins” and glue them inside the cave. There are stone tools in the cave. Sculpt the stone parts of the ax and spear from plasticine or other material. Make a fire with red and yellow tissue paper. For the primitive figure, make a frame of soft thin wire, then apply plasticine to it. Dress the person in a piece of animal hide.

    We did it with toddler!

    Since our family has an ingrained tradition of remembering everything at the last moment, this case was no exception.My son Vadik told about the assignment exactly one day before the date. There was nowhere to go – I had to get to work!

    Tools and materials

    For the layout of the city, no extra natural materials are required and a normal student should have everything in stock:

    1. Ruler
    2. Colored paper + colored cardboard
    3. Colored pencils
    4. Scissors
    5. Brushes + paints (we used gouache)
    6. Glue
    7. A4 paper

    How to make a layout of a city

    We thought a little and decided that since time is running out, we will make a road + a couple of buildings + some kind of transport.We decided – we do it.


    They took a piece of thick cardboard, cut out a 40 by 30 cm rectangle from it. Then, on one side, pasted over it with A4 office paper.


    Having carefully cut off the edges, we got a base for the model, which is ready for painting.


    Draw an impromptu road



    The next step was a high-rise building. I do not give explicit sizes, since everything was done by eye …


    Painted the building before gluing


    This is what happened after gluing


    The back of the building was cut to size, then glued and painted as well.

    Children’s model of the city

    Sorry friends.

    Due to the fact that the time was really running out – the shooting had to be postponed. The building alone took almost 2 hours.

    The next step was taken by the bus. They did it according to the same principle as the building – glued and painted. Balconies were added to the building and an inscription was attached to the bottom – a store.

    We piled a stop with a sign and made some trees.

    The final step was to glue all the products onto the base.To better hold in some places, I had to use scotch tape 🙂

    And here’s the result!


    And more …


    Do-it-yourself model of the city is ready!

    Thank you for watching!

    90,000 I made warm footprints from an old hat in a few minutes on a leather sole and with an insole – I am sharing a master class! – Samodelkino

    I love footprints of all kinds: thin and warm. Sewing them quickly, they are worn for a long time and the legs warm up, well, it’s a pleasure.

    Especially since I sew them preferably from old clothes.

    So this time, I took apart the closet and found an old, but still strong hat. Very warm and nice colors.

    How can it be remade? Well, of course, sew warm footprints!

    On the sole and on the elastic band I decided to use the pants of their stretch eco-leather that were already worn (between the legs).

    I don’t need a finished pattern, I’ll build right on my leg so that the tracks sit like a glove.

    I circle the foot on paper.

    I slightly widen the line of the foot in the heel area to make the insole more proportional.

    I put the insole on the eco leather and cut it out. I do not leave allowances. My fabrics are elastic, if I put off the allowances, the footprints will dangle on my leg, but I need them to be like a glove.

    I’m starting to stitch. First, I sewed the back part, swept over and stitched an allowance on the main part so that it became flat and did not rub the leg when walking.

    With needles, I attached the sole to the upper part and stitched it at a distance of 0.5 cm from the edge.Swept.

    It remains only to sew the elastic. It is cut from eco leather stretch and stretches well. The width of the elastic is 4 cm. It is stitched to the top edge.

    I swept aside the allowance.

    I will make the upper part of the footprint seamless, so I fold the sheet in the center and draw a pattern.

    On the drawing I wrote in detail where and how many centimeters I put aside.

    After cutting, I have two pieces that are perfectly cut to fit my leg. This is very important for sleds.

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    I showed a more detailed master class on tailoring in the video.

    So all my tracks are ready.You can put a finished insole inside and they will be warmer. I cut out the shape of the insole according to the already finished pattern.

    In my opinion, the result is very warm and cute footprints for the house.

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