The Long Romper Pattern For Mid Season Dressing In Style

long romper

This is the new long romper pattern. I think it’s the perfect combination of comfort and convenience –a must have in any wardrobe.  The number one request I get is for more comfortable, easy going, and good-looking clothes.  A few people have suggested to me that the Salina Easy Romper would be … Continue reading

Shirred Waist Wide Leg Pants for Casual & Chic Elegance

Shirred waist wide leg pants for a casual-chic elegant look that will take you throughout the year in a comfortable nature-loving style. Take it from me, I have been wearing this design for years and have made these pants in black, beige, and pinstripe fabrics. At first look these pants … Continue reading

Easy Tunic FREE Pattern: Great First Garment Project

easy tunic

This is a tunic that is so easy to make that you will want to make many in different colors.  This pattern would make a good project for those looking for their first garment. The only slightly tricky part is applying bias tape to the v-neck which is why we’ve created a … Continue reading

Metal Frame Embroidered Bag Pattern – Mixing Machine & Hand Embroidery

A few weeks ago I shared an article on what simple embroidery stitches you can find on your sewing machine.   In my case, I have a total of 85 stitches. I am trying to make a new project for each stitch, and for this one, my metal frame embroidered bag, … Continue reading

Waterfall Top – FREE Sewing Pattern

waterfall top

I’m so excited to bring you the free sewing pattern this month for the Waterfall Top.  I LOVE this top so much that I think it really shows in my face in these photos.  Wearing it just makes me smile.  I’ve got a bright pink one and one in mint … Continue reading

How to Print & Assemble a PDF Sewing Pattern

Tips on how to print and assemble PDF sewing patterns. Good info here.

One of the comments/questions from the recent survey we did was about PDF patterns.  I forget of course that there are a lot of people out there who haven’t used many PDF’s – since I only started sewing recently PDF patterns were already common and I’ve used far more home-print … Continue reading