A simple skirt with a cute, ruffled hem, is sure to be a wardrobe staple. It is perfect for all seasons! In winter pair it with a cosy cardigan, and in summer, a cute cool top and hat – perfect for going on picnics.
Creating your own cushion covers means you can style them to fit your home décor, personalise them and have loads of fun making them! Plus, most likely you can make them yourself for a lot less cost than some high-street brands.
This tutorial is a great introduction into making your own super comfy pants, that you can wear anywhere! The method used to draft the pattern pieces is drafting an existing pair of your favourite loose fitting woven pants. Your favourite pair of pyjama pants would work great!
Give Santa and his faithful reindeer their own treat this year with this sweet Santa Snack Placemat! It features three embroideries from Embroidery Library (Santa’s Snack Tray X15380), making it the perfect project for beginner machine embroiderers.
If you have an older style apartment and need to block out an entrance that has no door, a simple rod and block-out curtain can assist in keeping in heat and blocking off light when required. Choose fabric that is heavy weight so that it sits firmly in place.
Fabric weights are used to help keep your fabric and patterns in place when cutting with scissors or a rotary cutter, keeping your cuts as accurate as possible. This is also a great project to use up some of your scraps and add some fun colours to your sewing room.