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 →
If you’re looking for a free sewing pattern to create a comfortable, day to day clothing item this is one where you can sew what you actually wear everyday. Real clothes for real women. The On a Roll T-shirt comes with some great features: -3 sleeve lengths -No difficult to sew … Continue reading →
This is a stunningly beautiful free dress pattern that the author has chosen to name it after her mother Patricia. What a lovely tribute to the most important person in one’s life. A few particularities of this free dress pattern include the shape of the top, the A-line shape of … Continue reading →
With Summer time comes a lot of ice cold beverage and therefore a lot of puddle around our glasses. A regular coaster is not always a great idea as it can’t beat the puddle up but these ScrapBusters coaster set does the job very easily. The bright colors are also … Continue reading →
Who wouldn’t like this adorable tote, especially on a bright, sunny day? I know I’m totally smitten with this tote, I’d wear it anytime, anywhere. It looks advanced but truth is, the pattern is very simple and the result is quite spectacular. Get the free tote pattern at Pretty … Continue reading →
I love hanging around the house in my PJs on lazy days. And I feel my best when I wear loose, comfortable PJs, just like these shirred waist pajama pants. If you are anything like me you’ll love the shirred waist pajama pants tutorial featured at Noodlehead.
This skirt is not only gorgeous but striking too as it’s made of upcycled curtains. It’s pretty and versatile, perfect for various events, both casual and more formal. The fuzzy scalloped pattern is also very interesting and adds a touch of funky.
One of the difficult steps when sewing a shirt, sometimes even when you are more experienced but particularly for the first time is the sleeve placket and the cuff. I’m pretty sure everyone wants them to look nice and tidy but can’t figure out how. This step-by-step tutorial of How to … Continue reading →
This Flutter Sleeve Peasant top is not only sweet but also roomy and comfortable, perfect for hot days, without being too full like many other peasant or pillowcase tops can be. The tutorial has been featured on Scattered thoughts of a crafty mom.
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