Tina is a summer top pattern, is the easy two-hour project I’m sharing with you this weekend. The trend this summer is to wear bike or yoga shorts. Personally, I find it awful, however, I can appreciate the practicality of this trend. It allows people to bike everywhere and teamed … Continue reading →
Are you a keen bag maker? Ready to take your bags to the next level? Wondering how to create your own professional handles which tone perfectly with your bag? It’s so easy to make your own handles, have a go:) You will need:2″ by 28″ times two of fusible fleece2″ … Continue reading →
Do you like to save time and money? Well, I do. When I was growing up, I was always taught to make the most of every opportunity and to save time and money whenever I could. This has served me and my family pretty well over the years. I’ve always … Continue reading →
Here’s another idea to use up some of that cord that you may have lying around. Recently on the website, we have been doing a couple of projects using cord, so you might have some left over. If you don’t it’s pretty inexpensive stuff and easy to find. This project … Continue reading →
Recently, I received an email from a reader based in Australia, she asked me how come her bags were not selling well at her local markets. In truth, it is a question that’s almost impossible to answer, especially since I don’t live in Australia anymore and I have not been … Continue reading →
Summer is most people’s favorite season. During summer, there are of course a lot of activities that we can do and one of the fun things is swimming. And for this to be the most fun, having good looking and well fitting swimwear is a must. However, many readers find … Continue reading →
This is a review of Boutique Bags by Sue Kim. I was provided a review copy of this book from CT Publications so I could check it out and see if it was something that the So Sew Easy readers would like. I know Deby is a big fan of the … Continue reading →
Having a spacious, well-organized sewing room is a dream of all sewers. For people who sew as a hobby or as their job, one of the most important factors for sewing properly is having a well-lit sewing room. We wrote recently about 7 Practical Tips for Designing A Sewing Room. In … Continue reading →
The gardening tool bag is a great gift for Father’s Day –whether he’s already in the garden or aspiring to be. I developed this new spring sewing project thinking of my Dad. After my father had a terrible bicycle accident, he stopped working and retired. But, he is not the … Continue reading →
Hi, Vicky here. Sharpening scissors is a subject dear to my own heart. I am not the tidiest of people so over the years I have gained a few pairs of sewing scissors (whilst the original pair were lost somewhere in the sewing room!). Everyone knows that sewing scissors should … Continue reading →
Sewing is a great hobby. You can pick up a quick project and sew for 10-15 minutes then come back to it tomorrow, next week, even next year. Or you can sit and sew full-on for the full weekend if you like. Your sewing machine won’t complain it’s tired. Actually, … Continue reading →
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