How to add a lining to your Show Some Flare Skirt in 8 easy steps! Hi this is Judy from StoneyLonesomeSewWorks. I am a self taught sewer who has been sewing on and off for about 20 years but only became serious about 3 years ago when both of my … Continue reading →
I’ve had a request for a skirt with pockets, and something that doesn’t need stretch fabrics because I know some are still a little reluctant to sew with knits. So I’m happy to oblige this month with a practical A-line skirt pattern, including set-in pockets. Features: Flattering A-line shape Easy … Continue reading →
Hubby came bundling in like a whirlwind like he usually does after work, dropping things everywhere. As he crashed about and made his way to the shower he shouted out “How soon can you be ready to go out?” Er, what? Where? And who with? Turns out the team at … Continue reading →
If you’ve found this article, then hopefully you’ve already drafted your custom-fit wrap skirt pattern. If not, don’t worry, you aren’t far behind. You can go back to the pattern drafting post here or simply download these instructions which include the drafting and sewing all in one document for … Continue reading →
One of the most popular posts on the site was an early one I wrote a long time back now on how to draft your own custom fit straight skirt pattern. It was followed up with a sew-a-long series of posts for beginners covering every step in detail from … Continue reading →
I’ve got a project I’m working on that has been giving me a headache. I’ve been itching to make a half-circle skirt but the hemline is just not turning out as I would like. It really is impossible to sew a ‘regular’ hem when the bottom of the skirt is … Continue reading →
If you’ve been reading sewing blogs for a while now, no doubt you will have come across tutorials for easy maxi skirts. Basically, sew a tube of fabric, add in some elastic and you’re good to go. I’ve read some really funny reviews recently of ladies who did just that … Continue reading →
While I was learning to sew with stretch fabrics and taking the excellent Sewing with Knits class (see the class review here and 25% discount), I got lots of knit remnants to practice on, and one day I simply sewed up a tube, added a fold over waist and … Continue reading →
Put some swing in your step and show a little leg – the Flirty Skirty is here. With just one pattern piece, only 4 sheets to print, super fast sewing and a fabulous end result -you won’t be able to stop at just one of these skirts. Feeling flirty or … Continue reading →
If you follow a lot of other sewing blogs, you’ve probably seen the increasing number of sewing ‘meet ups’, where bloggers all meet up to say hello, swap unwanted patterns and fabrics and then shop for even more fabric together so they can encourage each other to overspend! Sounds like … Continue reading →
Greetings, So Sew Easy readers! I’m Kat from Sew Chibi! Today, I’m here to share my seasonal sewing project with you: The Hikari (Light) Dress! I love pushing myself. I thought of what a little girl would adore to wear to make her feel like a real-life, fairy princess. … Continue reading →
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