If you have been watching the size and style of bags lately, you’ve probably noticed all those impossibly cute little backpacks everyone is carrying. Along those lines, I’ve made this small backpack pattern to be small (and cute) but still big enough to be practical. You can also use this … Continue reading →
This Unisex Pajama Pattern is part of a new storyboard that I will be sharing with you called “Feelings”. It’s made up of clothes that either match or improve your state-of-mind. With this pajama pattern, we will be focusing on comfort and warmth. This is Part 1 of the pajamas … Continue reading →
This long sweater vest has no buttons or zippers, instead has a long binding, so it is easy to make. It has an A-line shape, so follow the lines of your body A couple of weeks ago, I shared a long sweater vest pattern in S-XL, which the readers of … Continue reading →
These fur boots are not meant for walking, but rather for sitting pretty by the window while you watch the snow fall — or at least, this is how I picture it. I imagine you sitting by the window with your favorite book or your new iPad (hopefully reading this … Continue reading →
This week I am sharing with you a project that is so easy to make that can be done in two hours. It will take you more time to download and tape the pattern together than to sew this long sweater vest. I like to wear it when I am … Continue reading →
This Lace Cami Top Pattern will make an ultra-feminine top in your wardrobe. In my case, I made a terrible choice of fabric for this top; I saw the fabric on sale and thought it would be perfect for it. I was so wrong. The material is such a lousy … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I shared with you a free cargo pants pattern in S-M-L not knowing if the readers of this blog would be interested in a larger size. You can read the comments and I was surprised to get so many requests for a larger size pattern. Clearly, … Continue reading →
Welcome to one of our New Year’s sewing projects! We’ll be making a small tote bag that is perfect for carrying your essentials on the go. This project is suitable for beginner sewers, and can be completed in just a few hours. By the end of this tutorial, you will … Continue reading →
If you haven’t been following So Sew Easy for a long while, then you might have missed this project from some time back. So I thought you’d like to see this project brought back. I’ve been busily sewing away these teeny tiny zipper pouches for stocking stuffers and for handy … Continue reading →
Some say we are at war, and some say we have been at war for many thousands of years, and we haven’t even noticed; all I can say is that the only battle I will be raging is against the flies that come into my kitchen, the rabbits that are … Continue reading →
I thought this time I’d share with you a Christmas apron pattern. This is an easy project with lights too! I’m sure it will put a smile on the faces of your holiday dinner guests. We used to live in Singapore where Christmas decorations go up right after Halloween. I remember how … Continue reading →
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