You might have noticed that I lost some weight this year. 35lbs ! Yay. Gradually it had crept on over the last 3 years and now it’s gone again. So to celebrate, I wanted to make something figure-hugging, a new dress I knew my husband would love. Something for work … Continue reading →
The High-Low T-shirt is the perfect item to hide your panty line. Let’s face it, girls, sometimes depending on the mood and “time of the month,” we feel like wearing an underwear that leaves us with the dreaded panty line. We’re not always in the mood for a tiny g-string, … Continue reading →
The focus of this tutorial is to teach you how to transform an existing pattern to adapt it to the bell sleeve top design. It’s time to use the patterns you already have and learn how to alter them to come up with different outfits. This tutorial works best if … Continue reading →
The free pattern for December is nice and simple – none of us have time for complicated sewing this time of year! So here’s a simple free skirt pattern for a skirt with shaped seams front and back, flattering side panels and a nice comfy fit. Make this skirt all … Continue reading →
Dressing in layers with an easy cardigan was what was on people’s minds the day I took the survey on our Facebook chat group. With over 32,000 members, it’s sometimes hard to find a consensus, but this time, I happened to agree with what the group seemed to be saying. … Continue reading →
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 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 →
When Jenny from Seemingly Smitten invited me to sew her Julia Top I admit I was a bit unsure. I think I might be stuck in a fashion time-warp and have always worn lower necklines and more fitted clothes – such a hussy! At least I gave up the 80’s … 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 →
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 →
This flounce wrap skirt pattern is all you need to make a couple of stylish, easy-to-make, easy-to-wear skirts – suitable for many occasions. I think this is the perfect skirt to take you all the way from Spring to Autumn. Casual dressing with some sandals and a tank top, or … Continue reading →
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