Well, it seems that this is going to last longer than expected… so here’s another mask pattern. It’s more complicated than the first one I made, but at the same time I think it’s better because it offers more protection.
How obvious, right? I was debating with myself whether to post this or not. Am I taking advantage of a pandemic to feed my blog? But since I was going to make them anyway for David and me, I thought I may as well share them, in case you want to make one for yourself too.
For all of you who are in home confinement due to the Coronavirus outbreak, here’s a selection of 4 sewing projects you can try these days.
Have patience and craft a lot 😷😷😷
Here’s a quick and easy sewing project perfect for beginners. It’s a circular fabric basket traditionally used to put slices of bread in it, but you could also use it to store other things. Also, it’s reversible and it’s a great stash buster.
I don’t usually decorate much for the holidays, but yesterday I was feeling kind of “christmasy” and ended up making this with a few things I had at home.
Having a cat is a humbling experience. It makes you think about your place in the world. When your cat stares at you from the sofa while you’re leaving home early in the morning to go to work, you can’t help but wonder who is the more evolved species. Who is the master here?
Well, I’ve found out that it’s best to accept things as they are and just assume that you work hard so your cat can have a better life. So, I made this t-shirt to show it to the world.
This year’s Christmas gift for the family was The Susie pouch by Pattydoo. Sorry it took me so long to share it with you.
Making trousers can be a discouraging project. But if you want to start making your own clothes, a pair of pajama pants is a good project to begin with.
Want to make a neck warmer with some fabric that is lovely but not very warm and cozy? Add a layer of fleece interfacing in between!