If you’re just learning to sew, a pot holder pattern is a great place to start. I remember way back in junior high school when I was learning to sew, one of the first beginner sewing projects our teacher has us sew was a pot holder pattern. When I reflect on … Continue reading →
I write a monthly sewing feature over on Little House Living site, and so this is just a quick note to let you know that I have a new tutorial there now for this cute Snowman Pot holder. The backgrounds are made from a Christmas Jelly roll but its also … Continue reading →
While it might seem like an obvious comparison, as I was designing this little guy, I realized potholders are much like puppets. I feel rather silly having never thought of that before now. To make your own penguin pot holder, you will need: The Pattern – download from Craftsy HERE 1/4 … Continue reading →
Every now and again an older project needs a facelift. (Don’t we all!) My kitchen accessories are no exception. I’ve made plenty of potholders in the past, but I’m a messy cook and they get dirty, then stained, maybe even a little burned on the stove and of course washed … Continue reading →
In our kitchen sewing series today – an every day essential. These easy quilted potholders can be used to pick up hot pans and dishes, get trays out of the hot oven, and protect your counters or tables from hot dishes and plates. Mine often gets used as an emergency … Continue reading →
Hi So Sew Easy readers… I’m one of you, I love this blog! Deby has been a inspiration and blogging mentor to me, so I’m thrilled to be here today. I’m Emily and I blog at Nap-Time Creations. I have two boys and I LOVE to sew for them. My … Continue reading →
A phone charger holder seems to me to be a great way to keep the mess of cables and electronics contained. I don’t know about you, but the piles of cables on the kitchen counter, on the floor, or on the desks are enough to send me into a frowning mood. … Continue reading →
Introducing a new easy bag pattern this month. A smart fold over bag that can be used as a clutch bag or with an optional handbag/shoulder strap too, or even make a wrist strap. It’s very versatile. Fashionable and practical, fold over for your essentials, but shop too much and … Continue reading →
Hello! I’m Palak from Make It Handmade and Sewistry– a blog all about sewing on the cheap. Although I do love giving (and getting) handmade gifts, I made the decision last year to quit stressing myself out over making handmade gifts during the holiday season. I called it my Happy … Continue reading →
In between your full-time day job and your home chores, maybe be a couple of toddlers too, you might have lost hope of being able to find time to sew. It may seem impossible to squeeze in a project with all the other things that need your more urgent attention. … Continue reading →
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