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 →
This project started as an experiment. I wanted to make a floral-embroidered velvet hoodie. Very happily I thought I had found the perfect fabric at my local fabric store. It was a beautiful embroidered knit and on sale too. What could be better? However, upon approaching the checkout counter, the … Continue reading →
“A t-shirt that doesn’t look like you are wearing a t-shirt”– I thought this was a strange request until I saw 3 more women asking for the same thing. One of these women sent me a very long and emotional email about she struggled with her weight since she was a … Continue reading →
The free sewing pattern for January is the Sew A So Simple Shrug – try saying that quickly! It’s a bit of a tongue-twister. But honestly, that’s the most difficult part right there. The free shrug pattern looks pretty funky when you look at the pattern. It’s just one piece … Continue reading →
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 →
I’ve really enjoyed putting together this collection of Easy Sewing Projects for Beginners. If you are new to sewing or looking to learn, many of the sewing patterns, projects and blogs out there can be intimidating to start with. Get you sewing muscles exercised and your foot at the sewing … Continue reading →
There is still time to throw together some quick and easy gifts, and this is a perfect gift to give along with a matching mug and some snacks, or even alone. What a perfect teacher, pastor, or hostess gift. With my December mug rug pattern of the month, I though it would be fun to … Continue reading →
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