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Tuesday, 17 July 2018

THE NEW TOILET TREND. WARNING : IT IS HIGHLY DANGEROUS.

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The new toilet trend that women have seen women holding their pee in so that they 'enjoy' shivers, has been slammed by health experts for being very dangerous.

The 'peegasm' has seen women across the UK trying to have "mini orgasms from peeing after holding it in", achieving what is being called 'pees shivers'.



Glaze has reported about a post on Reddit, in which a concerned boyfriend posed a question about whether it was safe.

He wrote: "My girlfriend recently told me if she's had to hold her pee in for a while, when she actually goes to pee, she often has orgasms that she feels all the way up her spine to her head."

"If she does 'reverse kegels' while peeing, they're even more likely to happen."


One woman then responded: "I call them the p**s shivers because they’re not quite orgasmic in my opinion but close enough."

Another said: "I get something similar, but it’s not exactly an orgasm, just a really, really pleasurable feeling. I can do it by letting go for a split second and holding it in."

"It feels so good that I start tearing up. Then, when I finally do go pee, I get these delicious full body shivers."

But experts have warned against women doing this. Dr Clare Morrison, GP at MedExpress , told Cosmopolitan : "Holding on to urine could lead to urinary infections and even kidney damage.


"The reason some women achieve orgasms this way is because the full bladder sensation stimulates nerves in the pelvis, leading to arousal.

"However, I’m sure there are much more satisfactory ways of achieving orgasm!"

Friday, 13 July 2018

How to sew padded blouse without using breast Cup.

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Hello guys. This is a post on how to sew padded blouse, actually it's gonna be video. It's a short video so don't get scared.
The video camera is kinda bad.
Also leave a comment here 😀


Read how to sew padded blouse here
Thanks ☺

Monday, 18 June 2018

Scuba off the shoulder peplum top | flair off shoulder blouse

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So this cone scuba peplum top has been a regular subject of discussion, everybody wants to know the easiest way to get the waves without putting crinoline, hard net or gum stay. This is my own version and yes it's so easy to make. 

Material used: 1.5 yards of scuba.



The cone i'm referring to is that below the half lenght.... 
Let's keep going ☺ 




I deducted 4" since its an off shoulder, for the dart, I removed 1.5 at the under bust, 1" at the waist and 1" at the upper part.




This is the back pattern with zipper allowance. Learn how to draft and cut off shoulder blouse by clicking HERE!!!


Divide your waist by the number of cones you want.
For example; your waist measurement is 36" ( I want 12 cones). Then divide 36 by 12 = 3" .

Now to the cone, make a triangular fold and measure what you have at the waist line, then shape out your cone, as wide as you want it.



This is 3 cones places together, I made 12 of this.
Then join together and attach to the upper part.

Lastly,
For the cape, I cut a long fabric looking like bias, using my round shoulder measurement and any length of your choice.

Then sew.
Thanks for reading. You can also check out some related posts below.

Related post :
  1. How to mark, cut and sew off shoulder padded peplum blouse
  2. How to mark and cut cone or flair (flay)

Monday, 4 June 2018

HOW TO CUT AND SEW BALLOON SLEEVES

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Balloon sleeves are always trending in fashion. To make a balloon sleeves, you'll need more fabrics as compared to the making of normal sleeve.
As in balloon sleeve, pleats are added at both sides i.e the shoulder joining region and also the wrist region.


Balloon sleeves Drafting:

1. Firstly, you measure your arm length, then measure half of your round sleeve. After that has been done, place your fabrics in four layers.


2. On the fabrics, you mark your arm length, with additional +1 inches for your sewing or seam allowance. Cut any extra out. For the width use more inches ranging from 3 inches to 6 inches (Depending on the person's arm or pleats choice).




3. At the bottom, we don't cut in slant manner like the normal drafting of sleeve, because pleats are inserted here. Mark half inch (0.5 inch)  for the joining of the sleeve only.

4. From top open side, mark 3 inches (ranging from 2 and half inches — 4 inches) and curve the arm till shoulder length +1 inch.
Leave the remaining fabrics in a straight manner (pleats will be added there)



5. In balloon sleeves, front sleeve deep drafting and cutting is not needed.

Balloon Sleeves Cutting :

1. Cut the armhole curve and slant line. After that, mark its center so that insertion of pleats can be done equally on both sides.

2. Now cut 2 inch wide stripes for arm round also.



Sewing/Stitching Of Balloon Sleeves :

1. Now, in sewing separate both sleeves and do temporary stitching on the top and bottom of both the sleeves width wise. (Temporary sewing must be in continuous manner)


2. After that stretch thread and insert pleats/bulges from both side equal to arm round + 1 inch.

3. Also at top, insert pleats by stretching thread from both side equal to shoulder length + 1 inch.


4. Match right of the strip and wrong of the sleeve and do permanent sewing at arm round. And after that flip it to the right side and double fold it and sew it on recent sewing line in straight manner.


5. Now match sleeves and top’s OR kurti’s arm-round right to right and also center to center for sewing alongside the armhole.


6. After that do fitting stitching and your balloon sleeves top OR kurti is ready to wear.


Comment your challenges... I'm here to help ♥ 

Thursday, 28 December 2017

How to cut circle skirt | How to sew circle skirt | How to cut and sew flay skirt

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Sewing a circle skirt is one of the simplest skirts in dress making...  If you want to achieve a sweet circle skirt keep reading this post.... 

You only need :
  • Fabrics 
  • Sewing machine 
  • Zip
  • Thread... 
Measurements: You only need the measurements of the WAIST and the FULL LENGHT....

HOW TO CUT A CIRCLE SKIRT :

Method one:::
  1. Fold your material into two, make sure it's only one side that is open. 
  2. In the closed part, mark the waist length divided by two.... 
  3. Mark the divided in the centre of the folded fabrics, from the 0 inch length draw a round arc to the point of the full lenght.. 
  4. From the arc, get the full length and draw a bigger arc
Method two:::

Fold the fabrics into eight piece




After folding your fabrics in a right angled triangle shape, then you mark the waist divided by 8 inches because the fabrics was folded into eight piece.... 



 Get the length, then mark it exactly like that Image above, mark it round then cut..
  You will get a result like this:


  If you open it, it will look like this:
Then, cut one closed part of the fabrics with a pair of scissors and cut the skirt band (4 inches width and the length of the waist as the length of the band)..
Check the image below :


This is how to cut a circle skirt...

 How To Sew Circle Skirt:

  • Use the band to turn the waist of the skirt.  Using a sewing machine to seam in together.. Sew one part at the front first, then turn it and sewthe back part side.... 
  • From that part you cut using a scissors, leave seven inches up... And stitch the remaining part down... 
  • Use a desired legth of zip... And sew the zip in the seven inches you left initially... 
  • Use a bias or trimming lace of the same colour with the fabrics and use it to turn in the tip of the skirt using a sewing machine... 
  • Use a steam iron to straighten the newly made circle skirt 
  • You can use a crop top to rock the skirt or a body hug top to rock the skirt.... 🎊 
Thanks for reading this post.. 
Please if it helped you please tell us in the COMMENT  BOX below and if you have any PROBLEMS please do well to ask me... I'm here to REPLY all your QUESTIONS... 
Thanks 

How to make bag

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How to make bag
If you like fancy looking bags with embroidered designs and beautiful looks, here is a step by step processes you need to achieve it!



 Embroidery how to: How to embroider a bag

how to make a bag:

  • 40x50 cm of heavyweight woven interlining for bags 
  • 40x50 cm of rich red wool fabrics for bags.
  •  34x40 cm of chocolate brown velvet for top and facing
  • 35x12 cm of rich red wool fabrics for handles.
  • 35x12 cm of medium weight, sew in interfacing for handles.
  • 34x40 cm of heavyweight, sew interfacing for facing.
  • 40x50 cm of chocolate brown satin lining.
  •  Strong sewing thread in deep red.
  • Sewing threads to match the rich red wool fabrics, chocolate brown velvet and lining fabrics.
  • magnetic clasp
  • Over sized button in corn yellow.

Equipment:

  • Fabric scissors.
  • Long dressmakers pins.
  • Pencil
  • Fine sewing needle
  • ruler
  • iron
  • sewing machine.
click below to view some equipment uses....
  images of the above equipment.

 Steps on how to make a bag: 

  1. Print out a bag template and then, if necessary, enlarge on a photocopier until it is the correct size 
  2. Draw a 2cm seam allowance all round each template and cut out to make the patterns. pin the main bag pattern on the red fabric and cut out for bag front. remove the pattern and cut out bag back.
  3. Using the same pattern, cut out two pieces from interlining and two from Lining fabrics.
  4.  Use bag top pattern to cut four pieces from velvet fabric (two are for the facing) and two pieces from interfacing. With wrong sides facing,tack interfacing to two velvet strips.
  5.  With the wrong sides together and matching the side edges, pin the bag front to a velvet top piece. the bag front will be wider than the top piece. So pin then together.
  6. on the back, pin the embroidered fabrics at the marks in step two and make small pleats. Make sure the back pleats are facing the centre of the bag and the bag front is lying flat against the top. pin the folds. then top edge allowance.
  7. with right sides together, sew the pleats in place as you do so. press seam on both pieces top stitch towards the velvet top, catching the seam allowance.
  8. With the right sides facing, pin the front and back pieces together sew the edges and base. Turn bag right side out.

How to sew bag handles:

  1.  Mark the handle positions with  pencil.
  2. pin the handles in the appropriate marked positions.
  3. sew the handles using a sewing machine.

Bag lining:

  1. With right sides facing, join the bag lining and top facing together as for step 4 and 7 above.
  2.  Referring to the template, mark then position of the magnetic clasp on the right side of one facing. Insert clasp. follow the manufacturing instruction.
  3. Slip lining inside the bag, with wrong sides facing the matching top edges. Top stitch in place along the top edge catching in bag handles.
  4. To finish, sew the over sized corn-coloured button to the top centre of the bag front, using red sewing thread.

This is all I have for you today.
Make sure you comment your opinions below.
     THANKS.

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

HOW TO CUT PADDED OFF SHOULDER BLOUSE

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Hellow guys. Welcome to my Blog. Today I'll be teaching how to cut padded blouse. I won't talk much today, I'll just go straight to the point 👉.
  Sewing of padded blouse has been made easy by this following steps I am about to share with you guys.
Here are some patterns or steps below:



First step:

  You take down your measurements, refer to my post on how to take full body measurement
The measurement needed are the measurements of :
  • Shoulder to Nipple
  • Shoulder to Under-bust
  • Shoulder to Half length 
  • Shoulder to Waist
  • Shoulder to Hip
 All these measurements are the length measurements to be taken before marking and cutting a blouse
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Second step:

Now you get the width of your measurements How To Get Width Measurement. which are:
  • Round Bust
  • Nipple to nipple
  • Round Under-bust
  • Round Waist (being the half lenght) 
  • Round hip 
  • And shoulder 

Third step:

In this step, you will divide all your width measurements by 4 except your shoulder. Shoulder measurement is always divided by 2. 
After dividing all your measurements by four (4), add additional 4inches for seam allowance and breast cut. 

Fourth step:

Mark all your length on your fabrics and your divided width also...
Don't forget to curve the blouse hip.

Fifth step:

Join all your marked lengths together using a chalk or any marking instrument you can check house equipment used in sewing, then cut.

Sixth Step:

Separate the back from the front
Then this next step below will only and only happen to the front of the blouse.

HOW TO MARK AND CUT BREAST CUT (BREAST CUP)

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The breast cut or cup happens in the breast region, i know you all know that.....
Remember the second step says we should measure the nipple to nipple, that is; use your measuring tape, place the 0 inch at the tip of one breast (nipple) and elongate the tape to the tip of the other breast (nipple). Then record the length.

       I will be using 9 Inch for this breast cut  or cup tutorial.


Step One:

Get the length of your nipple to nipple , if you do not know how to do that please check my explanation above. For example; if the recorded nipple to nipple length is 9 Inches. 

Step Two:

Divide the recorded length by 2.... i.e
       9 inches ➗ by 2 = 4 1/2 Inches. 
So that means your bust line is 4 1/2.

Step Three:

Then to the front of the blouse, from your zip allowance; mark in that 4 1/2 inches (bust line). 
From the zip allowance, keep the tape towards the arm hole (keep the tape horizontally) and mark the 4 1/2 inches.

Step Four:

use a ruler, check Suitable Rulers for sewing to draw down the 4 1/2 inches you marked initially. 

Step Five: 

On your cloth you mark your Shoulder to Nipple length.
On the under-bust, From the 4 1/2 Inches line you marked, you mark IN 1 1/2 Inches (towards the zip allowance)and mark OUT another 2 Inches (towards the end part of the blouse)

Step Six:

In the waist region, mark IN 1 inch and mark OUT 1 1/2 Inches.
   And in the hip region; mark IN 1/2 inch and mark OUT 1/2 inch too.

Step Seven:

From the shoulder to nipple length, you curve it to meet the marked 2 inches in the under-bust line and do the same thing to the other 1 1/2 inches in the other part of the blouse (towards the zip allowance). After curving it, join all the marked inches together. Check the image above.

Step Eight:

In the shoulder region, mark IN 1 1/2 inches and mark OUT 1 1/2 inches. Then you curve it to meet the shoulder to nipple length.

     WARNING: In the process of curving the bust or breast, make sure you begin the curve from the shoulder down to the under-bust and it MUST touch the tip of the 4 1/2 inches line in the nipple region (BUST REGION).

Step Nine:

After curving and joining aTll the marked length together, then use your scissors to cut  the marked fabrics.......

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