How to Make Clear Vinyl Zipper Bags

How to make clear vinyl zipper bags. I use mine to keep fabric, thread, pattern and zipper together for planned projects, but these are good for lots of things. Think first aid kit!

Did you see the earlier article about the clear project and storage bags I made with the snap tops?  These have been very handy for sorting and storing my small sewing supplies.  I can quickly see what is in all of the bags without having to open them. Hubby even … Continue reading

The Baby Seam Finish – A Strong Finish For Delicate Fabrics

Baby Seam Finish

The baby seam finish hails from the faraway land of Haute Couture, France.  Who exactly came up with such a stitch is unknown, as well as when it came into use. However, by the 1920s and ’30s, it became very widely used and we can see many period examples. This … Continue reading

How to Install Bag Feet – 2 Styles Explained

How to install bag feet, different types and where else to use them

I’m always looking for ways to make my homemade bags looks more professional and although it does increase the cost, adding hardware such as clasps, feet, grommets, sliders, straps, rivets, studs, and handles really does make them look great. Today I’m looking at a couple of examples of bag feet … Continue reading

Double Layer Chiffon Blouse – Free Self-Drafted Pattern Tutorial

So Sew Easy: Chiffon blouse, free pattern and tutorial

Thank you for all of the comments on my recent post – Self drafted halter neck chiffon blouse. Self Drafted Halter Neck Blouse in Chiffon Several visitors asked for a tutorial, and I am happy to oblige.  I’ve made the blouse again in a different fabric – this time a lovely … Continue reading

The Racerback A-Line Dress – From Print To Finished Product

racerback a-line dress

This racerback A-line dress is called NINA and is the second project in a small line that I’m sharing with you.  My goal is to show you how to make beautiful garments with simple material all the way from the print to the finished product. Why is it called NINA?  … Continue reading