Whats not to love about a simple clutch? Perfect for holding keys, wallet and mobile they are so quick and easy to whip up you can easily make one per outfit. Have fun playing with different fabric combinations. The denim bag makes the most of various cotton scraps (including quite a … Continue reading →
Here’s the big wrap-up to our Print Your Own Fabric At Home series with a unique sewing project for you. We’ve looked in the earlier articles at: How to print on fabric at home – 4 different ways Printing on fabric – washing and fading Handmade For You Printable Fabric … Continue reading →
Do you own an iPad, tablet, reader, Kindle, small laptop or other mobile computer? Then you’ll probably want to take it out and about with you and this bag has been especially designed with that in mind. But even if you don’t have a techie item to carry, its … Continue reading →
Something a little different today. It’s still a fabric project and still a bag, but this is a “no-sew” project. You won’t find many of those around here, but when I saw this beautiful box frame clutch purse I knew I had to give it a try. It’s so easy! It’s … Continue reading →
The pattern of the month for May is the Colby Bag. A versatile purse with hardware and strap options and a design which is great to showcase a large scale print. Suitable for beginners, this easy bag won’t take you long to sew. Features: Shiny grommets and hardware bring you … Continue reading →
It’s often agreed that a lady can never have too many shoes or too many bags. What I can’t get enough of are the small wristlet bags – I use them for everything, have a whole range of them now in solids, prints, and neutrals. Perfect to pick up and … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! This is Jann Newton from Newton Custom Interiors with a tutorial for a cute tablet cover with a zippered pocket for earbuds and/or charger! Tablets or readers have become very popular in the past few years, but most of them don’t come with a cover to protect them. … Continue reading →
At the moment, I’m all about small and cute projects. My stash has been worn down by quite a bit of bag sewing for friends and for fun, so while I wait on some new fabric supplies to arrive from overseas, I’m working with small pieces, and mixing and matching. … Continue reading →
Going away somewhere exotic or far-afield? Or maybe you just need somewhere to keep your passports and travel documents safe between trips so you’ll always know where to lay your hands on them. The Pattern of the Month for March is the essential family travel and passport wallet pattern. It … Continue reading →
Make your guy a credit card wallet, so you don’t have feel guilty about about too many fabric and so little to show for. Hubby and I were chatting to some friends about my sewing and the site here, and they asked him what I sewed for him. He gave … Continue reading →
Hi SoSewEasy reader! Happy to be here again, after my latest post about your #1 serger’s must have features. I’m Irene and I usually blog at Serger Pepper. Let’s start with a fact: this year I must have been a Good Girl, because Santa decided I deserved a new laptop … Continue reading →
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