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Nursing dress pattern and tutorial This nursing dress pattern doesn’t provide full nursing coverage, but does provide access to nurse. The jacket can be pulled up on one side, and dress section down, allowing mom and baby to nurse. A nursing cover or blanket can be used to provide more … Continue reading
Free shrug pattern to sew The free shrug pattern to sew looks pretty funky when you look at the pattern. It’s just one piece and hard to make out what it’s going to become. But the sewing is really quick and easy and you’ll be carrying this one around with … Continue reading
Microwave Bowl Potholder tutorial Save your fingers and hands from hot bowls. This Microwave Bowl Potholder tutorial is a simple project to sew and a great item to use! This thing actually goes into the microwave with the bowl. The corners point out just a bit and are perfect to get a … Continue reading
Interfacing types and uses Many sewing patterns usually will make a suggestion on the Interfacing types and uses, but not list an essential interfacing product, because availability varies so widely that what is available in one area or country, can not be found in another area, making a person in … Continue reading
Padded laptop bag tutorial This padded laptop bag tutorial is an easy DIY project and also cute, that you can sew using your laptop (or maybe tablet) measurements. This tutorial is easier (and faster) than most laptop bag tutorials, but works only for fabrics without a nap and/or non-directional prints! Read … Continue reading
Racerback Tunic pattern If you love shirts that can transition from every day comfy style, to chic evening wear this racerback tunic pattern is a great project. This tunic is the perfect Summer Style. Wear it during the day with your favorite leggings, add a belt and some jewelry to dress it … Continue reading
How to clean your sewing machine To make things last, they need a key “ingredient”: regular maintenance! And this applies to almost everything, starting from your sewing machine and your serger, but also to cutting tools, measuring tools and, generally speaking, your sewing room. Here is a tutorial on how to clean … Continue reading
Bias trim shorts pattern These bias trim shorts are a size small. There is some ease in them, and they are made of knit, so they would fit hips size 34-37″. You can adjust the waistband as desired. These are also lowish in the rise, and lower in the front … Continue reading