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[music] Hi. This is June from PlanetJune and today I’m going to show you a method for joining together pieces of amigurumi to give a really neat, smooth finish. I’m going …
[music] Hi. This is June from PlanetJune and today
I’m going to show you a method for joining together pieces of amigurumi
to give a really neat, smooth finish. I’m going to demonstrate using this Dimetrodon
dinosaur that I’ve been working on. When you’re joining pieces together in amigurumi, you’ll usually join an open-ended piece, like
this sail here, to a closed piece, like the body of the dinosaur, and that’s what this method is used for. To begin, place the open piece against the
closed piece in the correct position. You can pin it into place if you want. It usually isn’t necessary, but with a larger
piece like this it can be helpful. Now what we’re going to do is look at the
stitch on the open piece: here are the two loops of one stitch. You’ll be stitching through both of those
loops. And what you want to do is look at where that
stitch hits the closed piece, and we’re going to insert the needle directly
below that. So here I’ve started with this stitch. I’m going to insert the needle directly below
that stitch on the closed piece, and bring it up at the same point directly
below the next stitch, and pull through. Now we insert the needle beneath both loops
of the next stitch on the open piece, and pull through. Now here’s what makes this method special:
what we’re doing is, when we make this stitch over the closed piece, we’re coming out of, and going back into,
the same hole. So what we can do is pull the stitch very
tight, and what this does is makes the stitch almost
invisibly small, and pulls the open piece right down, so it makes a very smooth line against the
closed piece. To make this really clear, I’m going to do
a few stitches with a contrasting colour of yarn, so you
can really see what I’m doing. So here we’ve come out of one stitch on the
open piece. We’re going back into the stitch below that
on the closed piece, and come out directly below the next open
stitch. We’ll pull that through, and we’ll pull it
tight. We’ll go up under both loops of the next stitch
on the open piece, go back into the same stitch we came out of,
and come out at the stitch directly below the next stitch
on the open piece. We’ll pull that through, and then we pull
it tight. And it’s this pulling it tight that really
makes the difference. You can see the size of the stitch goes to
almost nothing, and that’s why the join is almost invisible. When it’s finished, you have a really neat
seam, and it’s almost impossible to see the stitches. So this is really the best way to get a good
finish on your amigurumi.
For double infinity scarf, you’ll need 4 skeins of super bulky yarn (100g/0.25 lbs 40m/130 ft) or 2 skeins of bulky yarn (150g/0.75 lbs 100m/330 ft). Measure off 4 equal parts …
For double infinity scarf, you’ll need 4 skeins of super bulky yarn (100g/0.25 lbs 40m/130 ft) or 2 skeins of bulky yarn (150g/0.75 lbs 100m/330 ft). Measure off 4 equal parts of yarn (approx. 3 m/10 feet in total). First, make a loop and slide it on your wrist. Now, cast on at least 12 stitches on your right arm. Remember to cast from the tail part of the yarn, while keeping the working one wound on your thumb. It’s time for the second row – holding the working yarn in right hand, slide the first stitch off your arm. Put the emerging loop on the opposite hand. Continue with the rest of the stitches and create next rows the same way. To end the scarf you simply need to cast off. To do so, work the first and the second stitch. Next, slip the first stitch over the second one. Work next stitch and slip the previous one over it. Go on like this for all stitches and make a knot at the end. When you finish casting off, reeve the yarn through the last loop and pull to make a tight knot. Leave at least 70 cm/25 inch at the end. To make an infinity scarf, lay the scarf right side up and fold it to connect two ends. Take a longer end of yarn and weave it between stiches on both sides (the way it is shown on the video). Be sure to hide the ends inside the scarf. Finish with making knots and cutting off the ends.
Learn a new embroidery stitch that is both decorative and unique. The cretan stitch is a simple stitch but has many variations to give you different looks. I’ll be showing you …
Learn a new embroidery stitch that is both
decorative and unique. The cretan stitch is a simple stitch but has
many variations to give you different looks. I’ll be showing you how to sew a closed
and open cretan stitch. Grab your needle and thread and let’s get
started. First I’ll show you how to create the open cretan stitch. Now make sure that your fabric is in an embroidery hoop and you draw 4 parallel lines. The closer the lines are together, the smaller the stitch will be. For this demo, I am going to label my lines A, B, C, and D. I prefer to do my stitch going vertical, but if you prefer doing horizontally, that’s up to you. The very first thing I’m going to do, I am coming up from underneath. And I’m going to start on line A. Pull my thread all the way through. Go down on line D. But instead of just going directly across I’m going to go down about 1/8 of an inch from where it is on point A. Before I pull this all the way through. Come up on line C now. And I’m coming up pretty much at the same line as line D, so they should be even across. I’m always keeping my excess thread here. Lower than where my stitch line is. Now I can pull it all the way through. So that’s my first stitch. I’m now going back to line A. Again instead of going directly across, I am going to go about 1/8 of an inch down from this. Before I pull my thread all the way through. Come up on line B now. And you can see they are pretty much even with each other. Again my thread is lower than my stitch line. Pull this all the way through. And now I am going to repeat the process. So line D going down about an 1/8 of an inch from where this line is. Go down on line D. Come up on line C before I pull it all the way through. Trying to keep my point C even with my point D. Pull this all the way through. And now go back to A. So when you are first starting, it is easier to create these lines. I’m just using a fabric marker that will disappear after 48 hours. Coming up at that point B. Because it just helps keep you organized. And now going back to D. So you just keep repeating over and over again. And you’ll see that you start forming A really cool, it’s kinda like a zig zag stitch. But they are interlocking in the center here. And that’s what gives it’s unique shape. So now i’m going to go back to A. And then come up at B. Once you have mastered the open Cretan stitch, you should have no problem with a closed Cretan stitch. The difference is that my stitches are going to be closer together. And my B and C line are also closer together. Now before we had them more evenly spaced but I just prefer these two center lines to be closer towards the center. I’m going to start off the same, coming up on line A. Again I’m going to go down on line D But this time you can go directly across, you don’t have to go 1/8 of an inch down. Before I pull all the way through. Come up on line C And it’s on that same plane as D and A. My excess thread is again lower than my stitch line. Pull this all the way through. Going back again to line A, so this should feel very familiar. Except this time I’m actually going Directly next to my first stitch line. So that maybe to close, so lets go a little further down. But this is the difference between the open previously where we went down a little bit and the closed where your pretty much doing your stitches right next to each other. Before I pull it all the way through come up on line B. Now I can pull it all the way through. And again, my excess stitch is below my stitch line as I pull it. Going back to D. So I’m just going a little ways away from that first stitch. Coming up on line C. And then going back to A, just below that. So this stitch takes a little bit longer that the previous stitch. Because those stitches are closer together you don’t go as fast. But it actually creates a really cool effect. Because what it’s doing is its creating flat stitches here on the end and then its intertwining the stitches here in the center, you can see they are kinda doing a small zig zag stitch. I kinda think of it as a spine. Where you have the ribs coming out here then you have it building up in the center creating more of a braided look. So going back to A. Coming up at B. Going to D, then coming up at C. And just keep repeating it untill your area is stitched as far as you would like it. Here are some finished examples. We have the open cretan. And A double cretan, where I just did two open cretans on top of each other, shifting one over. Both of these could be used as a decorative border or could be stitched on top of a seamline, like with a crazy quilt. My leaf is an example of a closed cretan stitch. In this case my B and C line are right next to each other so that the spine of my stitch is really skinny This type of stitch is being used as a filler stitch. Both variations of this stitch are really pretty and will make a wonderful addition to your project. We hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Please subscribe to get notified of our weekly
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Kirsty: Hi, everybody! I’m, Kirsty Meakin from Naio Nails, and guess what, we’re doing Christmas Nails for the whole day. Oh my God! I’m so excited. Hence, I have a red …
Kirsty: Hi, everybody! I’m, Kirsty Meakin from Naio Nails, and guess what, we’re doing Christmas Nails for the whole day. Oh my God! I’m so excited. Hence, I have a red jumper on. This is about as Christmassy as my attire gets. Well, today we’re going to do… because I have a knitted jumper on, we’re going to do a knitted jumper design. And love it when it’s winter and Christmas time because we can do the knitted nails that have been going around for about what, five years? They always come back round this time. Yeah, so I do love doing them. We’re gonna do it a little bit different but it’s gonna be exciting. So, I’m gonna start…I’m gonna do it over these two nails to give you an idea of how we can sort of do this design yourself. I’m gonna pop two tips on. Where I’m popping that on, I’m popping right at the very end of that nail. [Kirsty singing] Gonna cut down the length because I know Vanessa will not be able to cope with those. You know what I mean. * do you think or * bit too long? Vanessa: *
Kirsty: Yeah. Vanessa: Yeah! That’s about as long there. Vanessa: *
Kirsty: Yeah. Vanessa: Assist her now, Adam. Adam: *
Vanessa: * nails. Adam: Alright!
Vanessa: * silicon cover * Kirsty: What did you say, it’s slippy? Vanessa: Yeah, and the clicking of the tapping *
Adam: A silicon cover. Vanessa: Yeah. * So the nails don’t slit back * Kirsty: I’m just gonna pinch that slighlty just to make it a little bit more narrow like that, so we get more of an almond… not almond, no. We get more of a ballerina shaped nail. We’re just gonna blend that in a little bit. And we’re doing the same with this one. I’m just gonna wipe over with Gel Residue Wipe-off Solution just to clean that up. You can wipe over with Acetone if you want to, to melt that tip a little bit but it’s fine. It looks grand. Grand it goes! Its grand! Dehydrate with the Nail Prep Dehydrator, and then I’m gonna use the Ultra Bond Acid Primer just on that natural nail. You can see that I’ve already prepped the nail. So, I’ve removed the surface shine, I’ve done the cuticle work and all that. If you wanna know more detail about how to sort of prep a nail, we do have videos with that on. I’m gonna use Medium-speed Liquid with the Natural Beige Powder. This is a gorgeous cover powder. It is my favorite of the cover powders. And it’s me favourite because it just covers really nice and it’s really easy to work with. So, I’m just gonna keep stretching that to the end. I’m working on the length first. Next bead, we can do the cuticle area, we can build up the apex. So, I’m gonna tip the finger down now. So, notice I’ve changed the angle of my brush. I’m gonna slide the product down. You can always re-hydrate previous bead of acrylic as well with your wet brush. That just helps to slide that bead over the top and you get a great connection between each bead. Adam, have you asked Santa for anything for Christmas? Adam: Erm! Not really, no! I’ve got nothing that I’m sort of… there are certain things I’d love but I don’t think anybody can afford them. Kirsty: Yeah, I’d like a mansion as well. Adam: Yeah, mine is just more about like… Kirsty: Techie stuff.
Adam: Toys. Adam: Toys. Geeky toys. Kirsty: Geeky toys.
Adam: * very stuffy, yeah. Adam: Talking about 50 grand worth of stuff.
Kirsty: Oh well! No *. Kirsty: I’m gonna do the same on this other nail as well. So, you could do like a… when I show you the design. I think it’s a nice design to be able to just use as accent nails, so the other nails could be just quite plain and it could be all about those accent nails, and then, that helps with timing as well when you’re working in the salon. You don’t wanna do like a full set, full set of knitted nails. It may take some time and in the salon over the Christmas period, it’s a little bit crazy busy. And I can come and pinch this nail now. So, the first nail that I applied, we can pinch that one. We’ve allowed enough time for it to start to set up and we can give it little bit of a pinch. Kirsty: Does that hurt you?
Vanessa: No! Kirsty: Very good. Now, those that are pinched and set, we’re gonna file them. So, I’m gonna file side walls and then, I’m gonna angle into that cuticle area. And I can contour. Right! We’re gonna buff. I find some people skip this process, you know, buffing. I think it’s so important to get everything nice and smooth. It softens everything. Then I’m gonna wipe over with Gel Residue Wipe-off Solution. So, our background is going to be white, and this is where you know you need to kill the time really, don’t you? Sorry, Ness. Vanessa: I didn’t get what you said. Kirsty: You kill the time when * white nails.
Vanessa: Time? When you said, I was like, what? Vanessa: *
Kirsty: * Kirsty: So, I’m gonna do both nails white. Vanessa: * put my arm next to my leg, it looks they’re from two different people. Kirsty: Because your arm’s been in the sun slightly.
Vanessa: Yes! Kirsty: Pop me that in the lamp. And I’m gonna do two coats of white. What’s your favorite Christmas song? Vanessa: Sleigh ride.
Kirsty: Sleigh ride. What’s yours? Adam: *
Vanessa: I’m not… really? Kirsty: The sad one.
Vanessa: Yeah. Kirsty: Pop it in the lamp. So, I’m gonna use black, first of all, and we’re gonna do some knitting needles. Can you knit, Vanessa? Vanessa: Nope.
Kirsty: I would have thought you would have been the knitting kind. Vanessa: I’m not sure if that’s a good thing, I don’t know, that I seem like the knitting kind? Kirsty: Like…no because you’re creative, I just thought that you’d be able to knit? Vanessa: I’ve never tried. Kirsty: I used to be able to knit. My mom can knit. Vanessa: * I thought she was never gonna stop *. Kirsty: Oh my God! Her fingers started to get really sore * knitting. I mean, sorry… Vanessa: Sewing.
Kirsty: Sewing and sewing teddy bears. Kirsty: Making teddy bears out of clothes of loved ones that have passed away. Cure me them. They don’t need to be super super black. I mean, I know that Serious Black is well, seriously black. But don’t worry if it’s a little bit transparent because we’re gonna go over this with silver. The silver we’re gonna use is Tarnished Silver from the Platinum Collection. This is super pigmented. So, easy to use because of the pigment. I’m gonna go over and I just wanna leave like little bits of that kind of showing through. It’s as if it’s have a little shadow * and they look like drumsticks right now *. Pop that in. Now, for the jumper, the knitted jumper, we’re gonna use Spa Day. Gorgeous! I don’t wanna like… yes, I know it’s Christmassy, but I wanna keep it like not typical red. I want to do something a little bit different, so we’re gonna use this gorgeous colour. Pop some on some backing paper from the sculpting form, I need a little bit there. Gonna use this slanted brush and this is where you wanna start. So, we’re doing it as if it’s open a little bit because they are knitting the jumper. You can fill the rest in with the brush from the bottle. I’m *. * Adam. I only want it to sort of to make it appears as if this wool is going round the knitting needles. And we’re doing little sort of curved lines like that. Pop me that in the lamp. Then with a little bit, we’re gonna come do like a piece off the wool sort of stringing off and it’s gonna go into this nail. Do a little loop. And we’re gonna do the ball of wool. You’re best sort of like painting the outside with your brush first and then filling the rest in. Pop me that in the lamp. I’m gonna mix a little bit of top coat and a little bit of black, which will just sort of make it like a transparent kind of grey, and this is just add a little bit of a shadow where the ball of wool is. Go slightly darker when you come to the ball of wool, so you get like a * shadow. A little Shadow here. When you’re doing your shadows, make sure they all go on to that same side or else it will look a little bit weird. Won’t get a true shadow. And pop me that in the lamp. Into the lamp we go! And I’m gonna go over with matte top coat. Vanessa: I hated taking the decorations down. * taking them down. Vanessa: *
Adam: * Vanessa: Looked very bare. Adam: Well, it does leave the room very bare, you’re right.
Vanessa: Makes feel a bit depressed * Kirsty: Alright! Pop me those in the lamp because I want the knitting ones to be shiny for everything else to be matte. Vanessa: You’re obsessed with that now, aren’t you?
Kirsty: I’m a little bit obsessed with that. Adam: She hasn’t done any matte bubble yet. Kirsty: Well, there’s always time.
Vanessa: What can you say? Kirsty: And now for the exciting bit. We’re gonna use the gel polish, the same colour. We’re gonna do a little knitted pattern. First of all, we’re gonna do a line here and * here. There and there. We’ve got sort of three each side, then we’re gonna do little shapes. And I’ll do this kind of zig-zag. I also want to add a little bit on top of those little kind of loops that are over the knitting needle. This is Natural Powder not Clear. Adam: What’s the difference?
Kirsty: You can use Clear. It’s just gonna make it very slightly bright, to be honest. Adam: That sort of give it a bit of contrast.
Kirsty: Yeah. Adam: Where the Clear would just give texture.
Kirsty: Yeah! Kirsty: So, you wanna dust over and the gel polish will absorb the acrylic powder, and that’ll give it that textured effect. Go cure that one for me. I’m gonna do it like that. I don’t wanna do the other one and then do that one because you can guarantee I’m gonna smudge that one. That would not be good, and for the ball of wool, you’re gonna do little curved lines in different directions. So, we’ve got those there and there you’re gonna have little here and * Adam: *
Kirsty: * Adam: * no whisper or if it’s just a groat * Kirsty: Come in this way like this, not concentrating so much. Oh my God! Let’s sprinkle sprinkle sprinkle! Pop me that in the lamp. So, we’re gonna dust over now. Look at that! That looks so cool. I love it! That is so cool. Vanessa was like, “I’ll be your model if you do me sweater knitted nails.” Vanessa: And if it was Christmas.
Kirsty: And if it was Christmas, yeah. Vanessa: She was like,”Mm! I may have something fun but are we doing Christmas * Kirsty: You wanted the sweater, didn’t you? So, I’m gonna finish them with a little bit of Cuticle Oil. I’ve got the Peach Cuticle Oil. Adam: She got the Cinnamon one. Kirsty: Oh yeah! We need Christmas scented Oils. Naio Nails, they need to go and get them sorted. I think my mother would approve of those. Adam: Does your mom knit?
Kirsty: She’s very good at knitting. Kirsty: We have spoke about that. You must have been on another planet at that stage. There you are, guys! I hope you’ve enjoyed this video, and I hope you’re having a great winter/Christmas because winter is just about Christmas, ain’t it really. Everything I’ve used today will listed below. Don’t forget, check us out on Facebook and Instagram and I’ll see you in the next video. Bye-bye! [Kirsty singing] Adam: We are having earplugs. [Kirsty snging] Adam: I don’t like Christmas, to start with. Vanessa: Well, you’re a Grinch.
Kirsty: * here. Adam: No, I don’t mind it now. It was when I used to work in restaurants, it was… Christmas was horrible. Kirsty: See, he’s singing it now. Kirsty: * go through you.
Adam: It’s infected… I’m not *. Adam: I do like Christmas. I do honestly but… Vanessa: Drags out when it’s like *
Adam: I love Christmas Day! Adam: I think it’s… I love Christmas Eve, I love Boxing Day.
Vanessa: I hate the fact… Adam: Those three days are amazing, everything else is annoying.
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Hey everybody. tTday we’re going to be making this cute little zipper bag by Parker on the Porch. It comes in these two sizes: this one fits in a 5″ by …
Hey everybody. tTday we’re going to be
making this cute little zipper bag by Parker on the Porch. It comes in these two
sizes: this one fits in a 5″ by 7″ hoop, and this one fits in a 6″ by 10.”
Both are made the same way, and they can have different uses. The smaller one can
be clipped on to a tote bag and use it as a coin purse. And this larger one could
be a small cosmetic bag, or you could add ribbon to the top edges here and make it
into a purse for a little kid. This design comes in both unlined and lined
versions. I use the unlined version for both of
these because I made them with vinyl. Vinyl doesn’t fray and it’s sturdy enough on
its own that doesn’t need a lining. You could you add one for
aesthetic purposes, or you can make the version that is lined and make it out
of fabric or wool blend felt instead. As always, supplies are listed in the
description box below, so let’s get started! Run the placement stitch on tearaway
stabilizer. Add vinyl or felt. Scraps are great for small items like this. If your
machine has difficulty stitching over multiple layers of fabrics, use felt
instead of vinyl. Stitch the details. Add felt or vinyl to the back and stitch
the outline. Remove it from the hoop and tear away
the stabilizer. Trim any loose threads. Cut out the stem and set aside. Now for the bag. Run the placement stitch
for the bag outline and zipper on tearaway stabilizer. Use a zipper with plastic/nylon teeth that is
longer than the placement lines for the zipper. Tape the zipper inside the
placement lines. Run the tack down stitch for the zipper. Tape the upper front piece in place. Make
sure the bottom edge of the vinyl is even with the top of the zipper teeth. Run the next step to attach the fabric
to the zipper and tack down the vinyl. Repeat these steps to attach the lower front. Run the placement stitch for the leaf
applique. You may consider using cotton fabric or felt to reduce bulk. Add your
applique fabric. Run the tack down stitch. Trim away the
excess fabric outside of that seam. Run the satin stitch which will cover the
fabric edges. The next step is the eyes and nose. You can skip this step and the
next one if you’d like. Stitch the rosy cheeks. Then the seeds. Now you will
stitch the placement line for the stem. Place your stem over this line with
about a quarter of an inch of the stem above it. Since you’ll be turning the bag
right side out when it’s done, you’ll want the right side of the stem inside the bag
and face down so the front of the stem faces the front of the bag. Tape it in
place. Run the tack down. Remove the tape. It’s time to open the zipper. Clip the
jump stitch and unzip the zipper halfway so the tap is away from both side seams. If you’d like, you can add a swivel clip
to the side of the bag. Use a small piece of ribbon or scrap of elastic like I did
to attach the clip. Again we need it to be on the inside of the bag, so tape it
in place like you did when attaching the stem. If you’d like to add a purse strap
instead, this is the time to do it. Finally, add the back vinyl. Make sure it
covers the entire bag and tape it in place. Run the final stitch. Remove the bag from the hoop and tear
away the stabilizer Trim any loose threads and the
placement stitches for the zipper as shown. Cut out the bag about a quarter of
an inch from the seam. If you’re familiar with sewing, you’ll know what the next
step is. It’s called clipping the curves. We do this so the bag will be shaped
properly with a nice smooth edge. Use a small scissors to ensure you don’t cut
the seam. Now open the zipper all the way. Turn the
bag right side out. Some people use a hair dryer to heat the vinyl making it
more pliable and easier to turn. Clip the loose threads and jump stitches. Let’s add the zipper pull to make the
zipper easier to use. Cut a few inches of eighth inch wide ribbon and loop it
through the hole in the zipper tab as shown. Trim the excess. Use a lighter to heat seal the edges and
prevent fraying. Your bag is done!