Tag Archive: pattern

DIY : Sew a Half Apron in Your Size

A simple pattern where you just snip off 2 corners to form the pattern. Make this half apron in your size in just an afternoon !

DIY Triangular Spa Cushion

Free sewing pattern and instructions for this triangle wedge cushion ala Asian Spa style ! Makes a great back, neck , elbow rest !

DIY : Asymmetrical Top + Pattern Drafting

The bat wing top was so comfy, I went on to make a second one : But it was a bummer. Even though the fabric was in the same pattern, the color make me… Continue reading

Japanese Sewing Pattern Book for Sale and a V-neck top DIY

Today’s DIY is from this book which you can find it in my storenvy store  :     This is a Thai version of  the Japanese sewing pattern book ” Boutique Mook No. 716 “.… Continue reading

DIY : How to Bias Bind a Slit V-neckline

First of, the pattern  is from this magazine: Not sure if I bought the maternity issue, there seems to be a waist-less  theme going on here. I’m making No.19 which shares the same… Continue reading

How to “Read” Japanese Sewing Patterns and a Bubble Skirt

  Loongg time no post ( again ). Recently I bought some discounted polka dots fabric and when I got home I realized that the polka dot patterns were off. I decided to… Continue reading

DIY : Cloche or Hat ??

This pattern is pretty simple, as long as you didn’t break your crochet hook into half 2/3 of the way. Man, then it gets testing. I crocheted three strands of cheapo acrylic yarn… Continue reading

Pochee U-shape Bag

Don’t you just love Japanese crafts book ? Most of the models in Pochee magazines dress in this style and they look so cute. If I were to dress up like that, complete… Continue reading

DIY : Super Simple V-neck Top ( part 1 )

This is a very easy top to sew. You just need two pattern pieces, no darts, no zippers, no elastic to worry about. I got the idea from studying an empire waist blouse… Continue reading

DIY : A Linen Tote Bag and the Granny Bag Pattern

First of, here’s the pattern for the granny bag. You can download the .pdf file by clicking on the thumbnail below.  Then, print on A4 paper, increase or decrease the size as you… Continue reading

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