Learn to use notches, especially when you're sewing slanted or curved seams. All the how-to and the whys they are there and how to properly match them
During this period of the year, I’m receiving so many emails from my affiliate partners, all advertising their extreme discounts and sales for this Black Friday and Cyber Monday week… I couldn’t resist sharing with
A new pattern is almost ready and I need some help from YOU.
If you’re interested in pattern testing and in having back a free pattern for the Drop-Crotch-colorblocked-full-of-pockets-coolest pair of pants for your
Are you ready for a memorable round-up of more than 50 uses for your vintage bed sheets (or just plain old bed sheets)? I have (almost) an obsession about re-using old bed sheets (and pillow covers, perfect for making bias tape, and duvet covers, coming in wonderful prints!), and I collect them from everywhere: thrifty shops (just warm wash them!), relatives' and friends' closets and sometimes I just buy them new, in the shops, just to use them as fabric.
While I was sewing the placemats, I noticed this year's lunch bag was falling apart... we need a new one... let's sew it! As always when DIY, I've been able to make it exactly the right size to keep in the (reusable) water bottle and the plastic case that keeps fruits and biscuits intact through the day, to the afternoon tea-break.
I needed some nice new placemats for my daughter's lunch at school, and what's better than repurposed double-sided placemats? Follow my tutorial and learn to use an adjustable binding foot... it's plenty of fun ;)