These fur boots are not meant for walking, but rather for sitting pretty by the window while you watch the snow fall — or at least, this is how I picture it. I imagine you sitting by the window with your favorite book or your new iPad (hopefully reading this … Continue reading →
This coin purse pattern and tutorial are a follow-up to the Leather and Fabric Handbag tutorial we posted recently. While you certainly don’t need to make this coin purse pattern from leather –you can use vinyl or almost any fabric– it makes a good first project for those who have … Continue reading →
Christmas is a time for celebration and what better way to get into the holiday spirit than by creating your own Christmas-themed sewing project? Whether you are a beginner or an experienced seamstress, there are plenty of ways to add a festive touch to your sewing projects. Below are some … Continue reading →
I thought this time I’d share with you a Christmas apron pattern. This is an easy project with lights too! I’m sure it will put a smile on the faces of your holiday dinner guests. We used to live in Singapore where Christmas decorations go up right after Halloween. I remember how … Continue reading →
Halloween is just around the corner and this year I’m determined to scare the living daylights out of my neighbor’s kids (all in good fun, of course..). For this, I’m definitely going to need a Halloween witch hat pattern. I haven’t really participated much in Halloween since my kids stopped trick or … Continue reading →
Father’s Day Sewing Projects Roundup Here’s a huge list of the best free Father’s Day sewing projects that I hope you’ll find fun and worthwhile to make. Go ahead and make something special for that father in your life. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, … Continue reading →
You’ll love this tutorial if you’re looking for something different for this Easter. It’s a kind of Fabric Easter Egg made with fabric scraps and it has a zipper, so you can put a surprise toy inside. This is a wonderful project for beginners but it would also be fun … Continue reading →
Sewing for Love It is believed that humans started sewing with a needle 25,000 years ago. Yes, the art of attaching objects together by using a needle and a thread dates back as early as the prehistoric age! Imagine a woman lovingly sewing together a hide or bark for clothing, … Continue reading →
Valentine’s Day right around the corner Well, with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, love is most definitely in the air. I wanted to put together some fun Valentine’s sewing projects that might help you get in the spirit. We covered a lot of ground in this roundup. We collected … Continue reading →
Welcome to the first post in our Seasonal Sewing Series. I’ve already seen many of the projects that are coming your way over the next few weeks, and I’ve been amazed at the quality of both the projects and the tutorials. Puts my little project to shame! But at least … Continue reading →
Have you started your Christmas sewing yet? A great place to start is with a new Christmas tree skirt. So why do we have Christmas trees anyway? If you ever wondered about this question, you can find out a lot more on this topic by following the link below. Here’s … Continue reading →
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