Now that you know how to make a habu, here are five steps you can take to create your own.
Read MoreFirst, the fabric you’ll needFor this, you’ll want to go with a cotton or polyester blend, as these are more breathable and breathable fabric options are easier to find.
To make your own, you can start with a two-by-four or five-by.
(There are other fabrics you can use as well, like linen, rayon, silk, rayonic and even silk wool.)
To make a two by four, cut one square in half, or one half of a two.
Cut that piece in half again to make three, and cut it in half to make five.
(If you’re looking for a five- by five, you might want to cut each square into two pieces, making two smaller squares.)
Cut each square in the center with a circular saw or router, and stitch it into place.
Then fold it in two, and sew it shut.
Next, you want to start with the lining.
Lay your fabric down on a sheet of plastic wrap.
(You can also use the plastic wrap that came with your fabric.)
Then lay your fabric flat, then fold it up so that it’s about three inches from the edge of the plastic.
Cut it out.
Lay your fabric on top of the other piece of fabric, and then sew it into position.
Cut one half for each half of the piece of paper.
Cut the other half, and fold it into a triangle.
Then sew it closed.
Once your paper is all folded up, sew it all closed again.
Next you’ll have to sew in the hem.
First, you’re going to cut a triangle from your plastic wrap, then cut it with a sharp knife.
Cut the triangle to about three-quarters of an inch in length.
Then you’re ready to sew it in place.
(See How to sew the hem on the back for more info.)
To do this, cut out the triangles with a straight knife, and place them onto your paper.
You can use any fabric that will hold up well to a certain length.
Sew the triangles together, then turn your paper over so that the triangles are facing the same direction as the paper.
(Or, if you’re using a double-sided card, use it as a template.)
Then fold the triangles in half.
Then unfold them so that you have the same shape on both sides of the paper as the triangles you cut earlier.
This will allow you to make two triangles with the same size, and will give you two sides that will fit on your fabric.
To do the hem, fold your triangle in half and then fold in half on itself, leaving a little space at the top and bottom.
You should end up with two triangles that look similar to the photo.
Once you’ve made your hem, you now have two triangles and a triangle that fits on the fabric.
Now sew them together using a single stitch, so that they look like the photo shows.
(The back of your fabric should be the same length as the front of your hem.)
This is where you add the sleeves.
Start by cutting a rectangle out of your two-sided cards.
You’re going in the direction you want the sleeve to go, but you want it to be at the end of the card rather than just above it.
Then, fold it out so that each side of the rectangle is half an inch longer than the other side.
Cut your two triangles from the end.
Fold them into a rectangle and then stitch them together to make four triangles, making four triangles that are about an inch long.
Cut them in half so that a triangle is facing the front, and one side of each triangle is one inch shorter than the opposite side.
Repeat this process with the other triangle.
Now you’re done.
You’ll have four triangles with different lengths, and they should look like this:Once you have all four triangles in place, you have a hem that looks like this (this photo shows two sides with the seam facing down, one facing up):Now you can put the hem together using the hem piece.
(This is the same process you took to make your lining, and the lining piece looks like the back of the fabric.)
Lay the hempiece on top, then stitch the hem to the back.
Then place the hem aside, and close the fold.
You can now close the folds.
Now your hem piece should look similar:Now, your hem should look something like this, and you’re all set.
If you’ve done the hem before, you should be able to close the seam without too much trouble.
If not, you may have to take your time sewing.
First make sure you’re right on the seam line.
Then take your left hand and sew a couple of stitches through the back, just so that your hand is not too short.
This should bring your hem down, and your hand should look a