Next in the seasonal baby bib series, I created some quick Easter and Spring designs. As I mentioned in the Valentine’s post, if you don’t have a baby to sew for, these silhouettes can be used for a multitude of other projects! They would be cute on a t-shirt too! To make your own … Continue reading →
The under dress lace slip is what my grandmother used to use under her dress in summers. My recollection of her wardrobe is of many above-the-knee sheath dresses and mid-calf off-the-shoulder 1950s cotton dresses. I used to admire the soft crinoline that made up the dress and her lovely matching … Continue reading →
If you are not sure what elastic to use on your sewing project, we are here to help! Today, we are here to teach you the different types of elastics for sewing and when to use them. Can you imagine your life as a sewer, sewing your favorite projects without … Continue reading →
Hello! I’m Rin from Sew in Love and owner of Hana Patterns. I’m back with another free sewing pattern for you, inspired by my Japanese heritage. You can make this embroidered pillow to add a touch of ethnic and bohemian style to your home. What’s Sashiko? Sashiko is a type of … Continue reading →
We are going to be learning how to sew an unlined patch pocket or “applied pocket” as they are professionally known. This is the third tutorial in our pockets series. As I have mentioned before, pockets are classified into three categories: inseam, slashed, and applied pockets and of course, there are variations … Continue reading →
The raglan sleeve t-shirt dress pattern is a project suited for nearly every occasion. It is also one of the easiest dresses you can make, only needing a couple of hours at most. This is a request from a young 23-year-old creator who is just starting to sew, HappySunnyCalifornia, who … Continue reading →
Keyhole neckline blouses are the epitome of easy-to-make elegance, a small detail that feminizes and embellishes any blouse. Allow me to show you how easy it is to make even if the pattern does not already have one. Materials 1/2″ bias tape store-bought or handmade erasable pen thread to match … Continue reading →
Just like the waistline, the neckline style is a defining factor when it comes to the overall look and feel of your outfit. Your choice of neckline styles defines whether your outfit is formal or casual, feminine and playful or sophisticated and stylish. There are a few factors to consider … Continue reading →
Choosing the Pattern and Design that Suits Your Body Type Let’s be real. All bride-to-be’s see this beautiful dress with such a sophisticated design and we imagine we can wear it for the big day. But no! Wedding dresses are really pretty, but not everybody can wear all designs that … Continue reading →
This is the office hours blouse pattern — for when elegance, femininity, and sophistication call. This type of blouse has many variations but the same beginning. More on that in a later post where I will write about the history of this blouse design. The blouse has a pleat in … Continue reading →
Do you pick up just any matching thread that you come across and sew your fabric? Or do you examine the thread closely before using it for a project? If you are like me and sometimes pick up any thread lying on the stash, then it’s time to change the … Continue reading →
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