Shirred waist wide leg pants for a casual-chic elegant look that will take you throughout the year in a comfortable nature-loving style. Take it from me, I have been wearing this design for years and have made these pants in black, beige, and pinstripe fabrics. At first look these pants … Continue reading →
I’m delighted today to share with you a tutorial written especially for you by Anke, one of the So Sew Easy readers. She used the Easy Cosmetics Bag pattern and improved it immensely. When she sent me photos, I knew I wanted to sew this so I begged her to … Continue reading →
Today, I’m sharing an easy phone wallet organizer pattern and tutorial that you can make in about an hour. The design uses two standard fat quarters so you probably have the materials in your fabric stash already. This is a great project for both beginners as well as experienced sewists. … Continue reading →
The latest release in my range of free sewing patterns and tutorials – the Summer Drape Top. Designed for softly draping knit fabrics, this blouse is easy to make, flattering, cool and strappy, with tummy covering draping and a rounded hemline in the front. And I’ve made it with wide enough straps that … Continue reading →
I’m so excited to bring you the free sewing pattern this month for the Waterfall Top. I LOVE this top so much that I think it really shows in my face in these photos. Wearing it just makes me smile. I’ve got a bright pink one and one in mint … Continue reading →
I’ve had this pattern on my mind for a while now and at last, ‘It’s a Wrap!’ The Wrap Top is loosely based on the original Wrap Dress pattern that has been downloaded thousands of times and been one of the most popular patterns on the site so far. This … Continue reading →
Welcome to Episode 2 in the How to Sew A Skirt Sew-along series. The subjects for today are: Drafting your custom fit pattern, and all about ease and seam allowances. Drafting your custom fit skirt pattern I admit it – I’m a funny shape. No hourglass figure for me – … Continue reading →
This is the overblouse top pattern that I promised in last week’s project; the spaghetti strap top. This overblouse can give your look an extra flare or give you a little warmth for an unexpected evening chill This overblouse top pattern makes a blouse that can be used open or … Continue reading →
I heard that everything nautical was in fashion this year. Nautical has always been one of my favorite styles in art, decor and sometimes clothes too. If that makes me fashionable, it will be the first time in about 25 years! They say everything comes around again if you wait … Continue reading →
Our first summer project is going to be an easy-to-make spaghetti strap top pattern. It’s a classic casual piece of clothing that’s probably in every woman’s wardrobe. But…. This is a big but, and one that I had a hard time understanding until I had a talk with my mom, … Continue reading →
Here’s a fun and easy little project that is perfect for beginners. It will help you learn some techniques like sewing zippers and boxing corners. It would also make a great gift to show off your sewing skills. Sometimes you don’t need a big bag. Just something small enough to … Continue reading →
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