The apron is a timeless symbol of motherhood, home-life, and delicious home-cooked meals…Historically, the apron was designed to protect the outfit underneath but it soon proved to be an indispensable all-purpose item –for wiping tears from little faces, storing treats, vegetables and chicken eggs in its ample pockets as well … Continue reading →
Why Do You Need To Keep Your Ears Warm? Keeping your or your loved one’s ears warm in winter is essential to avoiding cold and flu and staying healthy. While the exact stats vary from source to source, none other than the US Army Field Manual states that “40 to … Continue reading →
Do you have a few spare fat quarters in your fabric stash? Fat quarters are a very popular way to buy fabric. Fat quarters are precut pieces of fabric approximately 19 1/2″ X 22″ (50cm X 56cm) but these sizes can vary. Fat quarters come from splitting one yard or … Continue reading →
Looking for some fun Halloween sewing projects? Bats seem always to have been linked with Halloween. I guess people find them scary and even upsetting so they fit with the spooky theme of Halloween. As the holiday fast approaches and I was looking for some fun and free sewing projects, … Continue reading →
Do you need to get better organized? Well, I certainly do. I was running around the house the other day fretting about why my day was so hectic. So many things to keep track of. I’m sure you’ve had a similar feeling lately. I thought technology was supposed to help … Continue reading →
Have you ever sewn fabric flowers? Fabric flower sewing patterns are a fun and easy sewing project for beginners through to expert sewists. I wanted to put together a list of patterns so you could try your hand at these projects. While not technically a fabric flowers sewing … Continue reading →
With summer coming to a close and the popular travelling holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas now on the horizon, we thought it would be timely to compile of list of travel sewing projects that will make your upcoming journeys a bit more enjoyable. I did a lot of travelling this summer … Continue reading →
Do you know what’s a peplum? The word “Peplum” comes from Greek and was a word for “tunic”. We summarized the history of the peplum in a recent Peplum Summer Top free pattern: The peplum, originally worn around the hips, is a practice that goes back to the ancient Greeks, … Continue reading →
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