[Editor’s note: I know, I know. This article isn’t strictly about sewing. But it’s about a topic that relates to fashion and that interests me, so I thought it might interest you too. I hope you’ll like it. Mayra] The History Of Sandals Sandals are a simple open-toed foot covering … Continue reading →
A webbing belt is one of the most versatile belts you can possibly own. This type of belt is very strong and versatile while being very easy to make. It can be used as a belt for sports pants, as a dog collar, or even as a way to hang … Continue reading →
This gardening tool belt is my project for Father’s Day and my gift to all the handy mamas who read this blog. I am well aware that I don’t really share many projects for men on this site, so this is my attempt to balance things out a little. Having … Continue reading →
There’s always been something quite special about creating clothes with a good ole’ vintage sewing machine. Perhaps it’s the idea that you’re partaking in a fragment of history…or maybe it’s the fact that your vintage sewing machine was originally owned by your great-grandmother and has been passed down to your … Continue reading →
A broken needle flying into the eye is a fear that seamstresses share all over the world. Something like walking into a spider web and not knowing whether the spider is stuck on your hair or lurking on the floor ready to strike –but potentially much, much worse. Those that … Continue reading →
[Update 2020: In this time of great global turmoil, job losses, and isolation due to the new social distancing norms brought on by the virus, depression is more a threat than ever before. We wanted to republish this extremely popular article we wrote a couple of years ago about how … Continue reading →
Do You Love Sewing With Bows? Bows are a favorite clothing embellishment for me. They can add such an elegant touch to something simple and can make it into something special. Bows have been used like this for a long time although I really don’t know where it all started. … 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 →
Earlier in the So Sew Easy Facebook chat group, I asked around for some ideas for this weekend’s project. It turns out that a few would like to do an attractive and easy Christmas Tree Skirt pattern. So, I dedicate this skirt to Whitney and Sherry in the chat group … Continue reading →
I know that this camisole top pattern will bring a smile to your face because it’s one of the most versatile patterns out there. All you need to do is change the type of fabric and you can make numerous tops; from comfy pajamas all the way to a … Continue reading →
This Fabric Belt is a perfect project for using your scrap since you will only need a couple of strips of fabric. This fabric belt tutorial applies to any size buckle. The key is to know how much fabric to cut to be able to fit into the buckle. Belts, … Continue reading →
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