The Sunny Resort Blouse: My Guest Post on Grosgrain
(A belted, rounder sleeve variation of the 1-hour Kaftan tutorial)
The 1-hour Kaftan/ Kaftan blouse tutorial
Time Travel Frock: My tutorial on Burdastyle
30 Minutes Elastic Waist Shorts
Ai Drawstring Bag
Tutorials I would love to try
1) Vain And Vapid’s Scallop edge tutorial (Yes, I’ve finally tried this!)
2)Everyday Chao’s Double Layer Skirt
3) MADE’s Market Skirt
4) Sew Spoiled Design’s weekend travel tote
5) Very Purple Person’s Easy Full Skirt
6) Katie Did’s Flower collar
7)Ruffles & Stuff’s Bag
8 ) Ruffles & Stuff’s Peony Hair clip
9) Ruffles & Stuff’s Easy Ruffled T-shirt scarf
10) Savvy Seam’s Canadian Smocking
11) Sew Serendity’s Don’t fear the invisible zipper (how to sew the invisible zipper without the zipper foot)
12) The Train to Crazy’s Go To Dress
13) Fabricworm’s Bandeau Romper
14) Showstudio’s Alexander McQueen Jacket (Sewing Pattern)
15) Communing with Fabric’s Bias Fringe
If you use any of my tutorials, feedback and suggestions are welcomed. I would love to see your photos too!
You have a great blog. You should come check out mysewingcircle.com – a new online sewing community. You are welcome to post your patterns/tutorials there, too, so others can enjoy 🙂
Glad to find a Singapore blogger on sewing. Hard to find a sewing blog with local content. I’ve not tried to sew any adult dress yet. Mostly crafting and children dresses. visit me at mommysewpretty.blogspot.com!
Found your site while browsing for easy tunic patterns. I love your clothes line, fabulous fabric colors and designs whether your own or patterns. I also hated sewing class in high school (grade 10- age 15, sooooo long ago) and 2 years ago started making my own cotton sleeveless blouses for the hot,humid Texas weather. It takes me 4-10 hours to finish a one hour pattern blouse. DUH!!! But, I’m satisfied with the results.
I think your works are really marvellous. I found your site, while watching burda style for an easy beach dress. I think I will follow your site often.
Have a nice day!
How to sew the traditional Chinese dress?
Hi there! I was checking out cheongsam patterns and came across your website. Love it! I see that McQueen’s Kimono Jacket is on your bucket list. I recently finished mine and made a tutorial on it. Please check out at http://blithestitches.wordpress.com/tutorials-tips-and-tricks/tutorial-de-mystifying-alexander-mcqueens-kimono-jacket/
Hope to see you there and keep up the great blog!
Can you recommend where to learn kid cloths sewing in Singapore?
When someone writes an post he/she keeps the plan of
a user in his/her brain that how a user can know it.
Therefore that’s why this piece of writing is perfect.
Thanks very much! Hey Adey, are you a chinese? I love chinese girls very very much! They are the angels that I love best.
Also I love you so much for sewing such pretty clothes, I always dream that I become a creative and fashional sewer, then I will enjoy dressing clothes sewed by myself. I will have a lot of disposable time. I do admit that I’m a beginner, but I love sewing very much, and I often find some tutors about clothes design by Internet such as http://www.wikihow.com/Design-Clothes. Of course, I get so great tutorials from here. At beginning, I used an old manual sewing machine, and then I have troubles on how to use it effectively and comfortably . Some day ago, an old sewer gave me an advice that I should have a user-friendly computerized sewing machine. But how to choose a suitable machine troubled me again, and then worked hard for several hours on google, so I finally find a clear comparison chart among all kinds of sewing machines on the site http://www.bestsewingmachinereviewspro.com and select one which is best for me. It is very helpful to me, and I am happy to share my trouble of growing up to a fashional sewer. Thanks again for Adey, We all love your cute forever!