Are you always losing your TV remote? Well, me, not so much, but my husband certainly does. So I thought about how I could help him stay more organized and not lose his precious remote so often. After a little research, I discovered that an armchair caddy is a perfect … Continue reading →
The focus of this tutorial is to teach you how to transform an existing pattern to adapt it to the bell sleeve top design. It’s time to use the patterns you already have and learn how to alter them to come up with different outfits. This tutorial works best if … Continue reading →
The free pattern for December is nice and simple – none of us have time for complicated sewing this time of year! So here’s a simple free skirt pattern for a skirt with shaped seams front and back, flattering side panels and a nice comfy fit. Make this skirt all … Continue reading →
This bra strap tutorial will be useful for a few of our past and future patterns. So, I do not want to repeat myself and will be referring back to this tutorial for a few more patterns since the season of parties is just about to start. Bra straps can … Continue reading →
I have put together this pictorial curvy girl dressing guide for mid-season because I feel sad when some of you write to tell me “I can not wear this or that style because I am a plus size”. So what? How would you know if you do not try a … Continue reading →
So can you believe that on the 23rd of October it’s 20 years since the first iPod was sold! Whether you have one or not, they have certainly changed the face of technology, and what with iPods, iPhones, iPads, and all the other variations of tablets and smart technology it’s … Continue reading →
Dressing in layers with an easy cardigan was what was on people’s minds the day I took the survey on our Facebook chat group. With over 32,000 members, it’s sometimes hard to find a consensus, but this time, I happened to agree with what the group seemed to be saying. … Continue reading →
I have to admit it right out front. Hunting for Tanzanian fabrics was not my main reason for coming to Africa. Instead, my husband and I were there with some friends to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa at almost 20,000 feet or 6,000 meters. However, being an … Continue reading →
What’s Sustainable Sewing? The whole idea behind “sustainability” in general and sustainable sewing in specific is that of leaving a minimal impact on the planet. This idea incorporates issues like carbon footprint, waste creation and disposal, and labor practices. Nowadays, producers and designers are always under public scrutiny, and those who … Continue reading →
Making bag handles and using fabric scraps from your stash is the aim of this tutorial. To set the scene, it is 3 am and as usual I am working late or is it early? –I really don’t know anymore. I realize that I do not have enough fabric for … Continue reading →
This is the new long romper pattern. I think it’s the perfect combination of comfort and convenience –a must have in any wardrobe. The number one request I get is for more comfortable, easy going, and good-looking clothes. A few people have suggested to me that the Salina Easy Romper would be … Continue reading →
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