Use you body to help mark how low you should cut the neckline and mark it with colored chalk. This film follows three young people as they confront the violence they have inflicted upon themselves. How to Make Homemade Hot Cocoa.
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This film follows three young people as they confront the violence they have inflicted upon themselves. Bullied at school, year-old Beth has been cutting for the past two years. After a decade of self-harm due to academic pressure, year-old Tor wants to leave the addiction behind. Tor's best friend Gary comes from a different world, having been brought up by social services since the age of 13, when he began cutting.
Students will observe the process by which these young people increase their self-awareness and articulate their inner turmoil. Find a copy online Links to this item digital. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on July 24, Title from distributor's description.
School Tensions Lead to Self-Harm 5: Pain Brings Relief 3: Pressure to Self-Harm 1: Epidemic of self-harm Responsibility: These cut outs are perfect for the hot summer months. Cut off the neckline and the arm and bottom hems. Snip up the side seam, along the arm seam and across the shoulder seam until you reach the neck line.
Then cut out large triangles on the top and bottom of the backside of the tee. Twist twice, pin back in place and then sew.
First step — snip off the arms and bottom hem to turn the tee into a tank. Find the center of the backside of the tee and cut all the way up. Overlap the back section you just cut and sew about 8 inches down from the collar. Hand-stitch the button in place and trim the back panels to have rounded edges. Open back tees are also perfect for hot muggy summer days. Pair with a bandeau and a cute patterned skirt.
Cut off the sleeves and bottom half of the tee. Use the sewing machine to take in the sides of your crop top. Fold the shirt in half and cut out triangles near the shoulders. Make sure you are only cutting through the front layer of the tee. Then cut longer triangles against the bottom edge of the tee. Pair this crop with a high-waisted skirt and chunky summer heels. For this tee you will need to cut off the arms and cut a straight line directly under the neckline.
On the front side, snip a triangle to create a more flattering fit to your cover up. Fold and sew all top edges of the garment. Use a scrap piece of T-shirt, cut into strips and pull into yarn.
Snake it through the loops and tie into a knot. White tees are the perfect poolside cover up. Want to spruce it up? Check out this DIY on how to add punny beach phrases to your cover ups. Cut your white tee into a tank top by removing the neckline, sleeves, and bottom hem.
Then cut at the shoulder seam and pin on to your new fabric. Trim the neckline into a deep V with an even deeper V on the back side. Measure three lengths of chain — one will be the length from the bottom of the V to the neck line, one from top of strap to top of strap, and one that stretches across the middle of the V. Tie a piece of t-shirt scrap to the end of the chain and sew onto the t-shirt.
Use the jump rings to connect the chains together on the shirt. Cut the neckline, bottom hem, and arm hems off the first T-shirt. Cut the side seam and arm seam on both sides of the shirt and use this separated fabric to cut 6 three-inch vertical strips. Cut out a large rectangle from your second shirt and snip about 8 three-inch horizontal strips, keeping them attached — do not cut all the way to the end. Pin the horizontal strips along the both edges of the shirt, then sew.
Make sure you do not sew the arm holes closed!
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