I’m delighted that the sewing for babies projects I did on the site this year have been so popular. All 3 friends have now delivered and so my miniature sewing is over for now at least. Several people have written and suggested I list them all in one easy to … Continue reading →
Oink! Stephanie from Swoodson Says here, I’m sharing a quick and easy pig pacifier clip tutorial today. My son never took to a pacifier very well but I know when he carries things around, the last place I want them to end up is left in a shopping cart or … Continue reading →
I had a lot of fun with this project! I prepared a pattern to make your own bib complete with two different appliques. If you don’t have a baby to sew for, you can use the silhouettes for a multitude of other projects! I think I might make a shirt … Continue reading →
Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to show off your sewing skills to a wider audience. Maybe family you’ve not seen in a while will be visiting to celebrate and have dinner so it’s time to dress-to-impress and decorate your home, your dinner table and maybe even your kids … Continue reading →
Father’s Day is approaching, both for the US and the UK. Dads in particular and men in general, are all difficult to buy for. They don’t seem to just have things because they like them, like women do. Men-things have to have a purpose, be useful, or be techie. Men … Continue reading →
These hot skillet handle covers were the first thing I’ve ever made for my kitchen and its an essential. I cook like I live – always on full, thinking I can get it done in half the time. Not only does it mean my food is often burnt on the … Continue reading →
In our kitchen sewing series today – an every day essential. These easy quilted potholders can be used to pick up hot pans and dishes, get trays out of the hot oven, and protect your counters or tables from hot dishes and plates. Mine often gets used as an emergency … Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again when our thoughts turn to love and the celebration of our relationships, or perhaps the hope of receiving a card from a secret admirer and starting a new one! The shops are full of pink, balloons, cards, special chocolates and gifts for your sweetheart. … Continue reading →
Looking back at So Sew Easy, I posted my first blog post 1 year ago today – 28 Nov 2012. So today is my first blogging birthday. In fact, I started out with a site on Blogger, then remembered what had happened to my first Blogger account when Google decided … Continue reading →
I’m so excited to be here today! It’s so fun to sew for the holidays! My name is Heather and nickname Heather Feather. I blog about my creative “flights” over at Feathers Flights. I have a two year old son, a baby girl on the way, and am married to a … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! I’m so excited to be guest blogging over here at So Sew Easy for the Seasonal Sewing Series. I am Stephanie from The TipToe Fairy. I blog about sewing, baking, book reviews, and general crafty stuff. I love to sew, especially for them. It’s also my creative outlet. One … Continue reading →
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