I have been wanting to sew something like this for so long! I guess I'm just really lucky that you voted for it for our March Un-Tutorials project. I'm not sure where this style of boxy tote came from
Friday Spotlight: Denise Shares Her Super Easy "Big Kid PJ-Pants" Pattern!
Cut a CONTINUOUS strip of BIAS TAPE (from one square of fabric) Ooooh, today I have a sewing tip for you……and it’s pretty darn cool! Also, it’ll save you some money (less fabric waste) and make your
How to use the binding foot - So Sew Easy Where has this been hiding all my life! With the binding foot I can get perfectly sewn binding front and back every time.
With this Oliver + S How to Hem Everything, Knit Fabrics Edition, Guide you’ll learn eight different ways to hem knit fabrics.
The original Chubby Lunch Tote in Panda-rama — SewCanShe
Cut a CONTINUOUS strip of BIAS TAPE (from one small square of fabric).a quick way to cut up some bias tape, without wasting fabric!
Got fabric scraps? Amber from Crazy Little Projects shows how you can sew them into fun friendship bracelets. Make them braided, or with three straight strands. Both versions are super fun and s…
I have so much love for special hems! I think hems often get overlooked when it comes to adding design features, but i think an interesting hem can take a blouse to the next level – especially if you’
When I saw the new Alice halter dress, I absolutely loved it. But, my daughter refuses to have something tied behind her neck.
Sunshine Dress- A Mash made in heaven - Patterns for Pirates