This tutorial is the follow-up of my reversible fabric and vinyl bag on how to make an adjustable strap. This adjustable strap consists of two straps –one longer and one shorter– joined together by a buckle with lobster claws at both ends. The procedure for making the straps and loop … Continue reading →
As I’ve been learning embroidery my favorite embroidery books are beginning to mark some special times in my life. I’ve found that I really enjoy embroidery whenever I have been waiting for something to happen in the future. The arrival of new members in our family, and updates during the … Continue reading →
Welcome to Episode 9 in the How to Sew A Skirt Sew-along series. The subject for today is: Lining a Skirt with Zipper – part 2 If you have been following along in the Sew A Skirt series, then you have your basic skirt shape finished complete with darts, zipper … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I shared an article on what simple embroidery stitches you can find on your sewing machine. In my case, I have a total of 85 stitches. I am trying to make a new project for each stitch, and for this one, my metal frame embroidered bag, … Continue reading →
Get Ready for Summer! Summer is coming and nothing prepares you better for summer than having the right shorts to wear for those hot days and warm nights. We put together a huge new collection of free shorts for women and girls sewing patterns and projects that will almost certainly … Continue reading →
UNFORTUNATELY, THIS GIVEAWAY HAS EXPIRED. PLEASE CHECK BACK ON THE HOME PAGE AS WE FREQUENTLY RUN SIMILAR GIVEAWAYS. One of our most popular giveaways ever, the Singer Quantum Stylist Giveaway, ended earlier this week. There were more than 32,000 entries so the participation was really fantastic! Joanne H. from Little Rock, … Continue reading →
We’re delighted to announce the winner of the Singer Quantum Stylist Giveaway. I’m sure the lucky winner is going to really enjoy this powerful new machine. So here’s how she won: Our winner entered the contest a total of only three times, so she got really, really lucky. Her actual … Continue reading →
A couple of days ago, I went to a local store to buy a floor runner for a hallway. After looking for a while, I finally decided on one and proceeded to bargain the price –a common practice here in Singapore. After much arguing, I actually decided not to buy … Continue reading →
This week, something bad happened to my sunglasses. Oops. They were floating around in my bag while it was briefly raining and the next time I took them out, the lens was broken. That’s the second pair this month I’ve broken. And don’t talk to me about reading glasses – … Continue reading →
If I am allowed to look inside your wardrobe, I am almost sure that you have some garments made from denim fabric neatly folded inside. And if you had the chance to read our previous article about sewing denim, you should know that the word is actually derived from the French … Continue reading →
What to do with all those old t-shirts? We did a post a while ago that was very popular and featured over 15 ideas about how you can upcycle and recycle old t-shirts. Did you know that well over 2 billion new t-shirts are made each and every year? I … Continue reading →
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