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 →
This week I had the chance to peruse a review copy of this fun book Stitch ‘n Swap! The book is full of practical tips for organizing a swap, everything from choosing a theme, and putting together a group to setting guidelines and dealing with dropouts. Sew, Give, and Receive. These are the basic … Continue reading →
Halloween is a great time of year to have friends over. Costumes optional, although with some of our friends, it’s sometimes hard to tell! Whether you are having a full-on party, just a few friends over for nibbles or a family dinner, it’s fun to put together a Halloween table … Continue reading →
Did you see the earlier article about the clear project and storage bags I made with the snap tops? These have been very handy for sorting and storing my small sewing supplies. I can quickly see what is in all of the bags without having to open them. Hubby even … Continue reading →
Just in case you missed this, last year I took part in a Halloween sewing blog tour and made this Bargello style reversible table runner. Well, that was a year ago and no doubt there’s a lot of new readers here now so here it is in full again. You … Continue reading →
Babies will soon be popping out everywhere so my sewing for all the new babies continues. There’s one thing I know, when they aren’t sleeping / feeding / screaming, babies are pooping. One of my expecting friends showed me the changing mat she used first time round and just … Continue reading →
I am suffering from a severe case of mug rug madness. I can’t help it. Being English I love tea and drink at least 10 cups a day. I also like a biscuit to go with it, like a digestive or something English like that. Imagine my amazement when I … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! I’m Jann from Newton Custom Interiors. A few weeks ago, I shared here on So Sew Easy, a tutorial about how to sew a quilted tablet cover with zippered pocket. In the tutorial, I explained that I couldn’t find reversible quilted fabric in my local fabric stores that … Continue reading →
Do you remember that waterproof can coaster I made for my husband for Valentine’s Day? It’s a hit and he uses it every day. He loves it because he no longer gets nagged at for leaving wet rings all over the table and I love it just because he … Continue reading →
With the warmer months approaching, at least for those of you in the northern hemisphere, it’s time to think about keeping things cool when it gets hot outside. There’s no simpler way to do this than with using insulated fabric when you sew. Insulated Fabrics Keep Things Hot OR Cold … Continue reading →
“Where is my…….?” That must be one question I ask myself at least 5 times a day. I lose just about everything (much to the chagrin of my family..) and I have to admit that I am a messy worker. I waste a lot of time looking for things I … Continue reading →
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