This sewing tutorial is the Episode 6 in the How to Sew A Skirt Sew-along series. If you plan to sew any kind of woven garment you will usually need to include a closure of some sort to allow you to get it on and off. Usually a dress or skirt … Continue reading →
The popular Sofia skirt for girls now on women’s version. Do not miss the opportunity to download this beautiful piece. The pattern comes with two variations. Regular skirt and the skirt with a bottom strap. Download the pattern here. For more FREE skirt patterns, please check this list.
This diaper purse is big enough for mothers crossing the cloth diapers and wipes period. This pretty diaper purse is also not too bulky that you feel like it would need it’s own seat on an airplane. Go visit here for details and pattern.
This tutorial comes from Sew Country Chick. She’s showing us how she makes a purse pattern and then sew it up. Designing handbags is a fun and easy entry into the exciting world of pattern making. Go over here and check out her how to make a handbag tutorial.
Doll strollers are inexpensive and most times prove to be money well spent. Little kids just love pushing their babies around. If the frames seem quite durable and outlive the stroller linings, don’t throw out that old doll stroller, make a new doll stroller liner that’s stronger than the original. … Continue reading →
If sometimes when sewing you end up buying just a little extra fabric for a project, a quarter or a third of a yard in case you make a mistake, don’t throw the extra pieces. They are too small to do much with, but their long and thin nature … Continue reading →
This structured Kennedy bag has lots of pretty detailing. It’s large enough to carry all of your essentials as well. Make it in a great patchwork, or stick to a single fabric! The bag also features a zippered pocket on the lining of the bag, and also divided pockets right … Continue reading →
This bag was made using my line of fabric for Art Gallery Fabrics called Jungle Ave. This small bag will allow you to try out several fun bag-making techniques; adding a metal twist lock, using piping in a bag, making darts, and adding elastic pockets. Use your favorite print and combine it … Continue reading →
Typically seen on little girls clothes, but often in women’s clothing too, on the hemline of casuals and maxi dresses, this curly-wurly lettuce edge hem looks pretty and is practical too, adding no bulk to the hemline. No fabric is turned up so if you are short on length, this … Continue reading →
This turtleneck for babies pattern and tutorial is suitable for babies 18-24 months.If you wanted to sew a for babies in your family or for your friends but couldn’t find any free patterns around the blogosphere, you came to the right place. Here’s a perfect blouse for cooler days. Find the turtleneck … Continue reading →
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