The Easy Modern Apron – A New Craftsy class from Betz White

Does your sewing pattern library have an apron in it?  If it doesn’t, you need to head over to Craftsy and take the new class from Betz White called The Easy Modern Apron! This class was released at the perfect time for me.  A few months ago as I packed up our house in New York, I threw away my old Williams-Sonoma 10yo apron. Now that we’re settled back home in Florida my sunny cute new kitchen needed a new {Read More}

Say Hello to the Amethyst Bag!

Sara’s done it again!  A creative new pattern, guaranteed to turn out great and impress the people you sew for.  It’s the Amethyst Bag: This bag is the perfect addition to your craft and hobby center. The wrap around zippered closure secures items inside so you can grab it and take it where you want to. Better yet, make multiples to use as craft-specific storage in your studio. Finished Size:        14” long x 13” high x 3” {Read More}

January’s New Pattern Make ~ The Kristin Bag ~

I like to try new bag patterns once a month if I can squeeze in the time.  Sometimes they are from new to me designers, other times they are from designers I enjoy.  This month I am sharing a pattern from iThinkSew called The Kristin Bag.  To see previous months reviews read March,  February , January, and November, or type in ‘Pattern Reviews’ in the search bar to read more! The Kristin Bag is a PDF pattern that is sent to you immediately after {Read More}

Red Rabbit Mercantile’s ~ Waxed Canvas Bramble Bag Kit ~

After spending the past week in Jamaica I didn’t realize how hard it would be to get back in the swing of things! Slowly but surely I’m getting there, but it helps when I have some great custom orders on the table ready to sew and a really neat handbag kit to share with you today. Before I left on vacation I had the opportunity to try out a pattern that uses waxed canvas as the main fabric. Ya’ll know {Read More}

May’s New Pattern Make ~ The Jessica Fold Over Wristlet ~

I like to try new bag patterns once a month.  Sometimes they are from new to me designers, other times they are from designers I enjoy.  This month I am sharing a pattern from iThinkSew called the Jessica Foldover Wristlet.  To see previous months reviews read March,  February , January, and November.What woman doesn’t like a cute wristlet or clutch that we can cram full of our everyday needs? I tend to create smaller wristlet patterns that are used for one or two specific purposes. Money, make-up, {Read More}

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