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Monthly Archives: September 2013

  • Halloween costume patterns put you in control

    Halloween costume patterns can give you total control over your outfit - and avoid buying from one of the several retailers who have made headlines in recent days. A number of major online and bricks-and-mortar retailers have come under criticism for ...
  • Easy Jackets to Sew

    SimplicityAs the weather turns cooler, it is time to think about wrapping up as we step outside – but I am not yet ready for a big coat, scarf and hat. What I have in mind is a jacket – one that will keep out the cold but isn’t too warm for our...
  • Learn to sew and keep clothing costs pinned down

    With yet another analyst report showing that Britons - and young people in particular - are finding clothing costs to be a problem, there's further good reason to learn to sew, in order to keep your wardrobe refreshed at a price you can afford. Once y...
  • Learn to sew down south at ICHF London show in 2014

    Crafts specialist ICHF Events organises the annual Craft Hobby + Stitch show, held at the NEC in Birmingham each spring, which caters for the interests of people who want to learn to sew, as well as those working in the industry providing them with too...
  • Wicked Waistcoat!

    AI’ve spent a fun week playing around with soluble stabilisers ready to teach a weekend of creative sewing later this month. I think my favourite item is the ‘wicked’ waistcoat I’ve created using a very simple New Look pattern (6036). This pa...

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