These easy gathering tips come in hand whenever you’re working on a pattern that requires gathering a longer fabric into shorter pieces of fabric and when no matter how careful you are, you keep on breaking your gathering threads. Over and over again. The fabric will definitely start to suffer and you’re going to be tempted … Continue reading →
Decorative pillows are such an easy way to update your space. You can quickly change out or add new colors to your decor simply by adding a few throw pillows to your couch, chairs or bedding. This step-by-step how to make decorative pillows is a two part tutorial and can be found … Continue reading →
This boxy purse tutorial will bring you a spacious purse that could be used as a purse, make up bag or pencil case either for yourself or as a gift. It is lined and interfaced to help it hold it’s shape and has plenty of space inside to fill. The … Continue reading →
The socialite skirt is a quick, easy skirt. And the best part, it’s got no zipper. The waistband on this skirt is stretchy. It is just nice to be able to pull it on with a shirt and go. It’s a lot more casual, which is nice for lounging around, … Continue reading →
This cute wrap dress pattern has a cross-over bodice with pleats at the front, there’s a straight skirt and an optional elastic waist, with a matching tie belt. Only the bodice wraps over leaving you safe from embarrassing wardrobe malfunction that can happen with wrap skirts.
This easy to make sewing roll is ideal for when you want to transport your sewing essentials to a sewing group or class. It is a free downloadable pdf so you can save it on your computer to make again in the future. Get the pdf here.
This girls dress pattern is a beautiful summer dress made using just 4 fat quarters of fabric and some ribbon. The project is for a toddler dress but you could scale it up to make the dress for an older child.
This mini taggie quilt tutorial would make the ideal gift for a friend who is having a baby. More interesting than a taggie blanket but just as snugly for the child. It is made using fat quarters so it’s a great way to use up any fat quarters you have … Continue reading →
This free bag pattern is featured at Sew Country Chick and sparkles through simplicity, versatility and coolness. I like that it’s got a large shoulder, unique fabric and a cute hobo style shape. I see myself wearing this kind of bag with a large array of clothing from jeans, to … Continue reading →
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