sewing 101: tissue box cover
This project will walk you through the steps of making a neat opening on the top of the box. CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! Fusible interfacing is sold by the yard and comes with instructions for application. Fusible means that it has a layer of adhesive on one side.
Fabrics bonded with fusible interfacing are easier to work with because they’re stiffer and behave better, rarely stretching or shifting.
How do you make a small tissue holder?
How to Sew a Tissue Holder in a Pocket
- Cut the ribbon 3.3 inches long or 8.5 cm, fold it in half, and burn the cut edge to prevent fraying.
- Fold the fabric with the right side facing each other.
- Sew along the raw edge, leaving 4 inches for the opening.
How do you make a double sided tissue holder?
How to make a tissue holder out of fabric.
- Cut your fabrics.
- Fold the long side of the pocket piece down 1/4u2032u2032.
- Place the pocket on 1 of the body pieces.
- Place the second body piece on top (right side down).
- Pin and stitch both sides closed, leaving the top and bottom open.
How do you make a tissue box out of a shoe box?
Shoe Box with Tissues
- Step 1: Measuring. To center the tissue box in your shoe box, simply measure the tissue box and make sure everything lines up for the hole.
- Step 2: Cut. Using scissors or a box knife, cut the hole out.
- Step 3: Finish. Flip your box over and you’re done with your new cool tissue box dispenser.
How do you fold a tissue paper box?
Fold your tissue so that it is slightly narrower than the box, using the box as a visual guide (you will then measure the correct amount). Fold any edges to give a polished finish. Add another sheet(s) of tissue and scrunch it into a cushion and place it in the box.
How do you sew a mitered corner?
Mitered Corners: How to Sew Them
- 2) Iron the hem over again with the same width.
- 3) Unroll one fold of the hem on the corner.
- 4) Fold the corner in diagonally.
- 5) Mark along the diagonal crease with chalk, pencil, or fabric pen.
- 6) Fold the fabric over and sew along the marked diagonal line.
How do you sew a bag with sides and bottoms?
Sewing a Bag with Sides and a Bottom: Steps
- Step 1: Pick your fabric.
- Step 2: Cut your fabric.
- Step 3: Sew the faces to the sides.
- Step 4: Sew the lining together.
- Step 5: Sew the straps.
- Step 6: Sew the lining to the fabric.
- Step 7: Sew the lining to the fabric.