I know that this camisole top pattern will bring a smile to your face because it’s one of the most versatile patterns out there. All you need to do is change the type of fabric and you can make numerous tops; from comfy pajamas all the way to a … Continue reading →
A crushed velvet dress is all the rage this fall. This style usually means dressing in layers. Stockings, light coats, long vests, short dresses worn as tops –the possibilities are endless. The short dress for autumn is an essential piece of clothing that can take us from morning to night time. It … Continue reading →
We’ve had so many requests for this over the last few weeks. This walking shorts pattern is the perfect opportunity for you guys to make the shorts many of you requested after we published a compilation of shorts for women and children a few weeks ago. In that post, there were … Continue reading →
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 →
The t-shirt dress pattern is a part of my attempt to make a summer wardrobe that is both easy to make and easy to wear. The t-shirt dress is the perfect item to make when you only have a couple of hours to spare and are in need of something practical … Continue reading →
I’m calling this peplum summer top – Capri, I’ll explain the name in a little while. It is one of my key projects for this summer. Why? Because it’s very easy to make and, above all, a must-have part of your wardrobe if you are above your ideal weight, like … Continue reading →
Summer is here! Time for more summer dresses and here is my Empire of the Sun-Dress. It has a cross-over bodice front and back, and an elastic fitted empire-line waist, and a softly gathered skirt. Pull it on and go – it’s actually reversible! The front and the back are … Continue reading →
Today we’ll be making you a 3/4 sleeves boho blouse. I know last week I promised to make flutter sleeves on an A-line top, but when I made the top I actually hated it. The end of the sleeves hit exactly where the flair began and in someone who is … Continue reading →
For most men I know, nothing beats a sunny warm morning, a cup of coffee, and some good reading material by the porch, balcony or in the back yard –but hanging out there cool enough without scaring the neighbors sometimes can be a little challenging. I’ve got two men living … Continue reading →
The gardening tool bag is a great gift for Father’s Day –whether he’s already in the garden or aspiring to be. I developed this new spring sewing project thinking of my Dad. After my father had a terrible bicycle accident, he stopped working and retired. But, he is not the … Continue reading →
Here’s a chemo headwear pattern and tutorial so you can make that essential accessory to help her feel more beautiful during recovery. Today is Mother’s Day in most parts of the world, so Happy Mothers Day! To all of you that have experienced the privilege of raising children and the … Continue reading →
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