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October 23, 2012

Sorry for the late post. Today’s free pattern is from るんるんソーイング (Run Run sewing) and it contains free patterns for babies, kids, adults, accessories, bags and even zakka! The homepage contains the list of projects and even though there are very few pictures on the homepage, you can use a browser translation tool to view the projects. There is also an English page,, and the projects linked from the English page also have translations in English!

Anybody needs a mermaid tail for Halloween? This is a rea life size tail – 180cm long. Scales are sewn on individually!

Most of the patterns are made out of simple geometric shapes (this one above is for a sweater – the one on the top right of the first picture)

Most of the instructions come with step by step pictures like this.

The website may not look like much at first glance because the home page is mainly text and very few pictures., but dig around and you can find lots of cute projects here. Happy Sewing! 🙂

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  • Reply regina tang October 23, 2012 at 10:44 am

    May I know which sewing machine you are currently using? I’ve never used a sewing machine & intend to buy one – to sew clothes, bags & craft…may be you can recommend one ?

    • Reply Japanese Sewing Books October 23, 2012 at 6:06 pm

      Hi Regina,

      I am using a Janome MyExcel18w. It is quite an old model and also a mechanical machine. (Meaning no computer chip or LCD panel). The type of machine you might buy depends on what your budget is and how heavy-duty you need it to be. My first machine was the cheapest Brother machine, and I actually used it for almost 5 years. By then I was sewing a lot more and it could not manage thick layers. If you are looking for a low-cost basic machine and not intending to do heavy duty work you could still get a Brother. If you have a little more cash Janome is quite a good choice. There are quite a number of models available so it’s hard to tell you which one to get, so you really have to go shopping and test it out. Always get someone to show you how it works, and test it out yourself!

  • Reply cj October 23, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    thanks for sharing this link! I’ve been looking for free boxer patterns for boys! 🙂

  • Reply regina tang October 25, 2012 at 5:47 pm

    Thank you!!

  • Reply Bert December 6, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    Will the Quick and Easy Fleet Hoodie pattern 104 cm fit a child’s size 4? We are not on the metric system in the US.

  • Reply Jenna December 12, 2015 at 10:14 am

    Beautiful mermaid tail! What did you make the scales from?

  • Reply Malene February 25, 2016 at 2:12 am

    Love the mermaidtail…where do I find the pattern?

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