Another free pattern for you today. Another quick and simple to sew dress pattern that looks good on lots of different body shapes. I know many of you will be feeling the chill as you are approaching winter, but that also means many are feeling things warming up and summer … Continue reading →
I’ve had so much fun working with Batik fabric since my recent trip to Indonesia. This is another in the series of projects featuring Batik. If you missed any of the prior articles, please have a look at The Ancient Art of Batik Printing for an introduction to Batik as well … Continue reading →
As much as I love fabric bags, sometimes I need something that looks, well, more plain I suppose you could say. Most of my bags are made from quilting cottons and as much as I love the designs of them all, sometimes I need a bag that can go with … 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 →
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 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 →
This simple face mask with visor is an idea that was sent in by Mary Smith from Olympia, Washington about 3 weeks ago. Since then it has become the third most requested pattern in the history of So-Sew-Easy. I think face masks may be here to stay, so I’ll be … Continue reading →
A quick and easy bralette pattern to make the perfect accessory for the summer days to be worn with or without modesty cups. This item of clothing it is not to be worn as support but rather as a pretty and sexy accessory. It is warm –so warm that the … Continue reading →
This project is an easy surgical scrub cap pattern. It is for protecting your family, and for donating to the health workers who are having a hard time fighting the coronavirus pandemic. I have already shared a pattern for a pair of scrub pants and a mask that are very … 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 →
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