The apron is a timeless symbol of motherhood, home-life, and delicious home-cooked meals…Historically, the apron was designed to protect the outfit underneath but it soon proved to be an indispensable all-purpose item –for wiping tears from little faces, storing treats, vegetables and chicken eggs in its ample pockets as well … Continue reading →
Hi, I’m Ula from Lulu & Celeste. I like to share the projects, mainly sewing related, that I make for and with my two little girls over on my blog. When I’m not blogging or sewing I’m usually chasing the littles around the yard. Today I’m sharing a tutorial for … Continue reading →
Come to the dark side! Did you see my R2D2 inspired apron earlier this month? If you didn’t see the appeal – then you probably won’t go for this one. But if you loved R2D2 – then fight the Rebel Alliance and join the dark side with Darth Vader. I … Continue reading →
This is a long overdue project, the artist apron pattern. I promised a childhood friend a very long time ago, about 2 years ago, more or less, that I would make this tutorial. Every artist from amateur to professional should have their very own artist apron. Typical of me, I … Continue reading →
I thought this time I’d share with you a Christmas apron pattern. This is an easy project with lights too! I’m sure it will put a smile on the faces of your holiday dinner guests. I live in Singapore where Christmas decorations go up right after Holloween. It’s difficult not to get … Continue reading →
So there are probably two scenarios. Either you have seen this and are squealing and jumping around with glee, or you just don’t get it and think I’ve lost my senses at last. Probably the latter. It’s not exactly my usual style. For those of you excited and already running … Continue reading →
My monthly sewing contribution to Little House Living is this gathering apron. What’s a gathering apron? I had the same question when I was asked to design one. Basically it’s an apron you wear out in the garden to allow you to collect produce. This one keeps your hands free … Continue reading →
Win on Wednesday is always popular, except this time I’m changing it to Saturday. Why? Well, did you know that if you run a Facebook Page, like the So Sew Easy Page, Facebook will only show your posts to around 1% of the people who liked the page and asked … Continue reading →
Wrapping up my sewing for the kitchen series comes the ultimate in stylish kitchen wear. This full reversible apron pattern will keep you and your clothes protected while still being stylish enough that you’ll be happy to open the door to your dinner guests. Get a splash on it while … Continue reading →
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