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Shafton VFC Holiday Craft & Vendor Show

Published September 16, 2014 by MisMandie

Click below to download and print your application
>>>>>>>  Shafton Craft Show Application 2014  <<<<<<<

Shafton VFC Holiday Craft & Vendor Show
Dec 14, 2014
10 am – 4 pm
Vendor Setup 8am
6ft table $30 each
Contact: Mandie Spudich
mandiespudich@gmail.com

Applications must be received with payment by Dec 1st, 2014. Tables will be reserved on a first come/first served basis. Only 1 vendor per direct sales company will be accepted. Tables will not be held without payment. All proceeds from this show will go toward the Shafton VFC. We thank you all for your participation and support for your local fire company. Electrical requests will be honored on a first come first serve basis. Vendors must provide their own electrical cords and table coverings.
Registration fees are non-refundable. Each vendor is requested to provide an item for the raffle. There will be light snacks and beverages available as well as a bake sale.
All proceeds benefit the Shafton Volunteer Fire Company.

Simple 30 min. Sleep Shorts – Women’s and Girl’s

Published March 18, 2012 by MisMandie

What you will need:

  • Fabric ( For a size 16 women’s you will need 1 yard)
  • Thread
  • Sewing Machine
  • Elastic (long enough to fit comfortably around your waist)

What to do:

  • Using a pair of sleep shorts that fit well make a template of 1 back leg panel
  • With your fabric folded in 1/2 wrong sides together  cut 4 pieces making sure to leave a seam allowance.
  • Take 2 pieces and, with good sides facing in, hem side B then repeat with the remaining 2 pieces
  • Next create your bottom of the leg seam by hemming line C on each of your pieces
  • Hem sides D on each piece
  • Hem the curve (which will become the middle front and back seam) Placing both pieces together matching lines D and the curve with right sides together and repeat with the other curve.
  • Now go back over the Seams for line D which now will be more of a V or U shape
  • All that is left to do is create your waist band.  Fold over 1/2 inch of fabric and hem line A being sure to leave a 2 inch or so gap in your stitches to feed your elastic through.  Attach a safety pin to one end of the elastic and work it through the pocket you just made until you get to the opening then stitch the 2 ends of the elastic together and close up your opening.

Much easier than the patterns and equations I found when I was searching, though I will admit I had 2 failures before I got it right!  On  the bright side I have worked out the kinks for you!   🙂

** You can use my measurements and simply adjust your elastic size and you should have no real problems for sizes L or XL….

** I used a triple zigzag stitch for the entire construction.  I think it looks nice on the seams you can see and allows for a great deal of durability as well as fray prevention when you go just over the edges.

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