This City Jogger Pattern is one of the most comfortable, everyday bottoms that I know of. They are perfect for just about anything –from being cozy on an overnight flight to just running errands. They are specially designed and made to be as comfy and relaxing as possible. Being somewhere … Continue reading →
This elastic waist linen shorts project is something that has been requested by quite a few of you by email. I appreciate the kind request. Sometimes I forget that the majority of the readers of this blog are beginners. So sometimes I need to dial back my impulses and to … Continue reading →
This women’s dressy shorts pattern is perfect for all seasons. On top of that, it’s also ageless and season-less as long as you choose the right fabric. Please have a look at my fabric recommendation from the Fashion Fabrics Club they appear as four pictures and you might ignore them … 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 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 →
Culottes, one of the most trendy styles of the 50’s and 60’s, are back! Culottes are flared pants or shorts that can often look like a skirt or a dress when you’re wearing them. I have been trying to help you build a warm-weather wardrobe that is both easy and … Continue reading →
For most men I know, nothing beats a sunny warm morning, a cup of coffee, and some good reading material by the porch, balcony or in the back yard –but hanging out there cool enough without scaring the neighbors sometimes can be a little challenging. I’ve got two men living … Continue reading →
These sweatpants are the second pattern on our Workout Wardrobe storyboard collection and they are not just for sweating as I will demonstrate in the months to come. The fit of the pattern is not the trend of these days which is for thick leggings with pockets. These sweatpants are more … Continue reading →
The paper bag pants pattern is a favorite of casual chic dressers. It is a super easy project perfect for sewing over the weekend. If you pair it with a cardigan and booties, vans shoes or sandals it is sure to become your favorite outfit when you are hoping to … 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 →
This is the second part of the unisex pajama pattern. These are the pajama bottoms to match the top that we did last week. I am using the rest of my flannel which is already washed and preshrunk in the dryer. I have added pockets to the pants, for whatever … Continue reading →
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