My mother and grandmother always had sachets or lovely boxed bars of soap in their drawers. It’s a great way to keep things smelling fresh in a low-key way. Follow this sewing tutorial and I’ll show you how to make lavender sachets in the shape of little fish to put in your drawers! Liberty sells […]
This waxed bread bag ended up working better than I thought it would! After three days, with just a little nub of bread left, it was still very soft on the inside and nice and crispy on the outside.
If you are lucky enough to have some downtime this summer, pool/beach time and road trips are a great time to do some easy crafting. If you already have a big handwork project going, lucky you. If not, here are some suggestions. I like to do things that don’t require too much brain power when […]
I’ve recently been sewing a lot of face masks, as I’m sure many of you have too. I signed up to be part of a team of sewists supplying masks for our county employees — police, sheriff, fire department — those people. It’s nice to feel like one can do something. At this point, I’ve […]
There are times in life when all you want is an easy project to take your mind off of things, shall we say. Whatever your things are. Something to keep your hands busy while you’re watching Netflix, or sitting in a meeting (think school board, not your 360 review with your boss), chatting with a […]
There’s a story behind this makeup bag: my daughter was given the cutest one, which she decided was the perfect shape and had the added bonus of being easy to clean so it would continue to look cute (so important). But of course, these things don’t last forever and we went looking for a replacement. […]
This recycled sweater tote was kind of an impulse project that came together very quickly after I came across this sweater while cleaning out our storage. Can I say it was quick if I’ve been saving the sweater for 20 years? I think so…