Monday, July 5, 2010

My First Pattern!

I have created my very first pattern and it is for sale now on Etsy!  A Ruffled Tank and Raggy Flip Flops and Hair Bow... Rags to Ruffles.


For an added bonus, here is my free tutorial for some scrappy flip flops and hair bows. 


Supply List:

1 Moda Honey Bun
1 Pair of plain colored flip flops
2 Hair Rubber bands
Scissors
Tape Measure


Instructions:

Step One:
Cut 52 strips measuring 1 ½” x 6”. 32 for flip flops and 20 for hair rubber bands.

Step Two:
Tie a double knot around the top part of the flip flop… Repeat this so you have 8 ties on each side.
Please note: depending on the size of your shoes, you may need more or less strips.

Step Three:
Repeat these same steps for the hair bows except tie the knots on a hair rubber band. You will need about 10 strips for each rubber band. Scrunch them all to one side of the rubber band, this will allow you to tie off the hair and keep all the tied strips at the top of the hair.

Step Four:
Create matching shoes and Hair bows for every outfit!



Free tutorial is also included as a bonus project in the pattern.

Stay tuned for more to come!

14 comments:

  1. It's darling!!! Love the name too! Good luck Angela!

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  2. such a cute pattern Angela! (Now I just need the little girl to go with it). ;)

    Congratulations! :)

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  3. With all your talent I can't believe it's your first pattern! So cute.

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  4. Is the pattern sent to you or is like ebook?

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  5. It's beautiful!! Congratulations!!!!!! I hope there are lots more in the future!
    Melissa

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  6. I ordered mine i can't wait to get started
    Thanks
    Michelle

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  7. 向著星球長驅直進的人,反比踟躕在峽路上的人,更容易達到目的。............................................................

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  8. Congratulations!
    Its about time with all the cute ideas you come up with!

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  9. I finished my first pattern by Angela Yosten. It was so much fun to create and simple to do. Instructions were easy to read and the pictures made it easy to follow. My baby girl can't wait for me to make another!!

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