Just in case you missed this, last year I took part in a Halloween sewing blog tour and made this Bargello style reversible table runner. Well, that was a year ago and no doubt there’s a lot of new readers here now so here it is in full again. You … Continue reading →
Want to keep everything ship-shape as you go to the beach or the pool? This handy tote bag has lots of great features and optional extras to keep your organised. It also has a handy expanding feature to keep the bag trim when you don’t carry much, and expand it … Continue reading →
Babies will soon be popping out everywhere so my sewing for all the new babies continues. There’s one thing I know, when they aren’t sleeping / feeding / screaming, babies are pooping. One of my expecting friends showed me the changing mat she used first time round and just … Continue reading →
This week we are going to make a reversible fabric vinyl tote bag from a new free pattern. I had planned to make a new skirt pattern but I just didn’t have the right fabric. After our recent house move, this is the state of my sewing/art room at the … Continue reading →
As much as I love fabric bags, sometimes I need something that looks, well, more plain I suppose you could say. Most of my bags are made from quilting cottons and as much as I love the designs of them all, sometimes I need a bag that can go with … Continue reading →
I have been invited to a 4th of July charity barbecue but unfortunately, I can’t attend because I will be fabric hunting…..More on that later. The barbecue is organized by a friend of mine who operates a foundation, and this year the funds are being raised to help children of broken … Continue reading →
Do you remember that waterproof can coaster I made for my husband for Valentine’s Day? It’s a hit and he uses it every day. He loves it because he no longer gets nagged at for leaving wet rings all over the table and I love it just because he … Continue reading →
I’m always keen to try new things so when I saw this ‘fabric’ I just had to give it a try. Fabric that is far more air and holes than it is fabric. I thought this was going to be a nightmare to sew, but I was wrong. It’s easy! … Continue reading →
This project is an easy surgical scrub cap pattern. It is for protecting your family, and for donating to the health workers who are having a hard time fighting the coronavirus pandemic. I have already shared a pattern for a pair of scrub pants and a mask that are very … Continue reading →
Since I last shared a post here at So Sew Easy, I had a baby girl! With my toddler son running around too, it’s safe to say sleep is a rarity in our house. The sleep mask I have is too small and lets light in around the edges, defeating … Continue reading →
Sewing gives me a lot of pleasure, but actually sometimes also quite a bit of pain. I get a pain in my back when I sew for a while, and when I took a good hard look at that recently, I realised that a lot of it may be due … Continue reading →
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