So happy! My Sewing with Knits course is really paying off. Following the success of my first trial scoop neck t-shirt, I bought some simple cotton jersey in black and white and sewed another couple of simple scoop neck t-shirts. They are EXACTLY as I want them. I prefer my … Continue reading →
Another lesson and another garment completed in the Sewing With Knits course. This time the scoop neck t-shirt. Again my fabric shop only had a limited choice in knit fabrics, so I got this rather dubious piece of green lycra knit from the remnants bin for a few dollars. Enough … Continue reading →
I have a friend in the US who has recently had a baby and I wanted to send her a gift, something that she could actually use, but just wasn’t sure what to get and was worried about the cost for me to send it overseas from here in the … Continue reading →
Featuring a list of free dress sewing patterns and tutorials, all with photos and links. Much of my early sewing has been thrifty – most of my fabric comes from the remnant and clearance bin at my local fabric shop, and many of the patterns have been self drafted or … Continue reading →
Did you remember that I live in the Caribbean? Even in the winter the temperatures are well into the 80’s. Well then, why on earth do I need a fleece hoodie? To be fair, I don’t really NEED one, but following the problems I had with the fabric on my … Continue reading →
I know how you all love prizes, and I’ve had so many entries to my giveaways, thank you. I’ve teamed up again with some great bloggers to offer you the chance to win an IPAD 2. Find the entry form below the break. If you don’t see the Rafflecopter – … Continue reading →
If you love pink, red, love and heart motifs, you’ll love this little catalogue of cute sewing projects I put together to celebrate Valentines Day. Of course, everyday is the best day to show someone that you love them. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, … Continue reading →
After my last project – the Porn Blouse – I decided to return to using knit fabrics – easier to fit. Ah ha, yes, but not necessarily easier to sew. I found this great FREE pattern submitted by a member on Burda. Although the lady in question is considerably smaller … Continue reading →
I know that many of you (us) have an addiction. A fabric addiction. We have to feed it regularly with new pieces and sometimes keep the extent of our ‘problem’ a secret from family and friends. Admit it – how many time have you tiptoed into the house with some … Continue reading →
I read an interesting fact – well more than interesting – STAGGERING. Laurie at tipjunkie.com makes $12,000 plus a month from her blog simply from her Google Adsense advertising revenue alone. What ? How much ? I nearly spat out my coffee. No wonder she looks so happy. But it certainly got … Continue reading →
Sometimes free just isn’t worth it. This was one of those days. I found this site which has a LOT of free patterns. But only illustrations of the garment and the barest of instructions on how to make it. But hey, it’s free. So I downloaded the wrap front blouse … Continue reading →
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