This is the 3/4 sleeve summer blouse project, designed to take only two hours to complete. I have to admit that I agonized over this project for some time. More than a few days were spent at my desk thinking about how I could come up with the easiest to … Continue reading →
This summer blouse pattern is a way of remembering a friend and a gift to the many ladies that have been asking for a blouse that can cover the forearms. There are five big requests I get when the weather starts to get warmer. One of them is a blouse … Continue reading →
Denim is a very popular fabric these days and is synonymous with jeans. Because the fabric is so common, many sewists have limited experience with it so I wanted to offer some tips and tricks for sewing denim. First, however, some background. Today term “jeans” usually refers to a specific style of … Continue reading →
This easy surgical scrub top pattern is the final project in the surgical scrub outfit. After we published the Unisex Scrubs Pants Pattern last week, many readers asked for the matching scrubs top. So here it is! The complete set is made for at-home use (in case you need to … Continue reading →
Many of you may remember the very popular project we published recently featuring Bali the Reversible Skirt. When we were shooting the photos for this post, we chose to use a white pleated blouse to complement the skirt. While the skirt was very well received and many of our members … Continue reading →
This simple long sleeves t-shirt pattern will allow you to make tops that are great to wear over jeans, skirts, scrubs, wide-leg pants, and culottes. As well as an alternative to a pajama top. I realize that our new reality is making us spend a great deal of time at … Continue reading →
This unisex scrubs pants pattern will come very handy if you need to look after a sick person suffering from a contagious illness. With the novel coronavirus spreading, and medical equipment hard to get ahold of, homemade protection may be the best you can do. Last year during the winter, … Continue reading →
A small hooded poncho with kangaroo pockets and a hood? Why? Well even though it’s summer down here in South America it can get cold! Right now I’m on a farm in the middle of Chile, in a region called the “Cold Coast”, during the day it can get chilly, … Continue reading →
“A t-shirt that doesn’t look like you are wearing a t-shirt”– I thought this was a strange request until I saw 3 more women asking for the same thing. One of these women sent me a very long and emotional email about she struggled with her weight since she was a … Continue reading →
The Red Prom Dress is the first of a series of free (for now) patterns for prom dresses that I’ll be sharing with you this year. I have based this pattern on the minimalistic 1990’s decade when strong shoulders and legs were “de riguer” assets (de riguer = required by … Continue reading →
The free sewing pattern for January is the Sew A So Simple Shrug – try saying that quickly! It’s a bit of a tongue-twister. But honestly, that’s the most difficult part right there. The free shrug pattern looks pretty funky when you look at the pattern. It’s just one piece … Continue reading →
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