How to make a simple landscape fabric low for a small home

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This simple landscape design fabric is made from a low-gloss cotton fabric.

The fabric has been designed to be a little on the thick side, so the fabric is only about 6 inches wide, and has a flat back.

It is lightweight and easy to carry.

A quick knit pattern is included in the instructions for this fabric.

I like how simple the design is, and how it fits in the space of a home.

The pattern is easy to follow, and it is easy enough to knit on any size needles.

You will need about 3 yards of fabric for the fabric, and you will need to take your measurements before you start on the design.

I was surprised to find that it is a little tight on the edges.

However, the fabric doesn’t seem to hold up well against the edges, so you can stretch the fabric out and cut into smaller pieces to make smaller fabrics.

Materials needed:A large fabric needle, 2 1/2 yards of yarn, 2 inches of fabric, a small ruler, a needle tester, scissors, stitch markers, thread, a sharpie, a sewing machine, scissors and a sewing needle.

Directions:1.

Cut your fabric into 4 pieces.

This is a small fabric.2.

Thread the ends of the fabric together, then pull the ends toward you to sew on the fabric.3.

Take your measurements, and cut the fabric into 3 equal sections.

You can measure around 4 inches for a 2-inch fabric.4.

Sew the ends together. 

(You can use a 1/4 inch seam allowance or make a larger hole in the fabric to make the hole bigger.)5.

Take the finished fabric, fold it over and sew it together.6.

Take two pieces of fabric from the corners and fold them in half.

Sew one piece into the fabric that is already in the other corner, leaving the other piece in the same corner. 

This is a front corner fabric. 

Now, sew a seam to the edge of the front fabric.7.

Take one piece of fabric and fold it in half again.

Sew a seam over the fabric on the other side of the seam. 

And that’s it. 

A small home with an outdoor terrace and a deck is in a small space.

The front of the terrace is in the kitchen and the deck is on the deck.

This simple landscape is perfect for a garden, patio, porch, backyard, or any space with an open back.

How to make this simple landscape fabrics:1.)

Take a large fabric or size smaller and take your fabric needle and thread the ends through the fabric and along the sides. 

2.)

Cut your 4 pieces of material into 4 equal sections, each with about 3 inches of material.

Sew each section together with a seam allowance. 

3.)

Take your fabric from one corner of the home and sew a hole into the back.

Sew it in. 4.)

Take the completed piece of home fabric and sew in the hole. 

5.)

Take two fabrics from each corner and fold each one in half once again. 

6.)

Take one fabric and lay it on the top of your front porch. 

7.)

Take three pieces of front fabric and cut them into four equal sections of about 2 inches in width.

Sew them together with seam allowances. 

8.)

Take 3 pieces of back fabric and stitch them together once again in the seam to create a new fabric.

Cut a small hole in each corner of each fabric so you will be able to see where the front of your fabric will be in the design when it is folded over and sewn. 

9.)

Take four pieces of rear fabric and make two seams. 

10.)

Take six pieces of exterior fabric and take each piece and fold the back fabric in half so you have six smaller pieces that can be sewn together.

Sew two of the larger pieces together to create the front and back. 

11.)

Take 6 pieces of the rear fabric, sew one seam on the outside, and one seam in the inside. 

12.)

Take 4 pieces, sew two seams on the back, and two seams in the outside. 

13.)

Take 7 pieces, fold the front, and sew two more seams in.14.)

Take 8 pieces, and sewed two seams each side on each corner.15.)

Take eight pieces, take the front pieces and sew one sewn seam to each corner, and fold over one seam.

16.)

Take 5 pieces of roof fabric, stitch a seam on each edge of one side of each roof piece.

Sew both sides together to form a front. 

17.)

Take 12 pieces, cut 6 squares from each of the six pieces, stitch one seam, and place them on each of those six pieces and fold