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 →
So the kids have costumes to wear. What about you? Pretty much as soon as we published our recent roundup of Halloween Costumes for Kids, the adults started to write in and ask what ideas we had for them. Many grownups have Halloween work functions to attend or just want … Continue reading →
This Christmas table runner is a good project for those trying to learn quilting and it is also my way of getting to know my new sewing machine. Many of you have followed my battles with my Juki. Well, those days are over, I’m happy to say, thanks to a … Continue reading →
I have put together this pictorial curvy girl dressing guide for mid-season because I feel sad when some of you write to tell me “I can not wear this or that style because I am a plus size”. So what? How would you know if you do not try a … Continue reading →
Are you in the Valentine’s Day spirit? Making a new bag is always a good way to get in the spirit of a festive day. If you’re feeling in the Valentine’s Day spirit, why not make try a new Valentine’s Day bag pattern? We’ve put together a large selection of … Continue reading →
A winter hat with faux fur trim will be the perfect accessory for those cold winter days ahead. The amount of fur you will need is very little, which makes this the perfect project if you have never worked with fur before. This is a super cool and adorable winter … Continue reading →
Well, Valentine’s Day is nearly here again If, like me, you like to theme your sewing projects around the yearly holidays, please remember that Valentine’s day is nearly here. A terrific project for that particular holiday would be a heart-shaped pillow. I decided to make some for our living room. … Continue reading →
Here’s a free pattern and tutorial for a “no hang” Christmas stocking. If like me, you don’t have a fireplace (and don’t feel like drilling holes in the walls) but you still have kids and family who love the tradition of Christmas stockings filled with small presents, this might be … Continue reading →
Dare I confess to having never made a table mat in my life? First time for everything!! Especially if it involves using fabric scraps:) It’s surprisingly easy – have a go:) For one mat you will need: Base fabric Batting Scraps of fabric in greens, shimmery see-through fabric, and a … Continue reading →
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.. That wonderful time of year is fast approaching. For those in the northern hemisphere, the days are getting shorter and there may even be a hint of snow now from time to time. For those of us in the southern hemisphere, the … Continue reading →
We can’t deny it, the holiday season is soon upon us. I’m not planning to sew a lot of Christmassy or winter-themed items this year. It’s just not that wintery here in Cayman! That doesn’t mean I don’t want to dot around a few subtle Christmas items around the place, … Continue reading →
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