An easy serger scrap catcher will put an end to this nightmare! My sewing area, which is on the way to the kitchen, is a terrifying sight almost every day. It’s only when I finish a project that I look around to find the embarrassing pile of scraps, paper, and … Continue reading →
Slub Cotton And Slub Fabric Hey there fashion lovers! If you’re always on the hunt for unique and exciting fabrics to add to your wardrobe, then you’ve probably heard of slub cotton. But what exactly is slub cotton and why should you care about it? Well, let me break it … Continue reading →
For a long time now I’ve wanted to improve my quilting skills, yet somehow I never seem to find the time or the right materials. Add to that that I have two kids in their late teens. One has already flown the coop and is living far away and another … Continue reading →
Sewing And Selling Selling is as much an art as sewing is –and if you are willing to be creative and serious in both, then it may be time to showcase your work and earn some money too by practicing the art of sewing and selling. You can start stitching … Continue reading →
If you have been watching the size and style of bags lately, you’ve probably noticed all those impossibly cute little backpacks everyone is carrying. Along those lines, I’ve made this small backpack pattern to be small (and cute) but still big enough to be practical. You can also use this … Continue reading →
Why Sew An A-Line Skirt? An A-line skirt is a kind of skirt that’s narrow at the waist and flares out towards the hem, creating an “A” shape. It’s a classic style that’s pretty versatile and loved by many women. You can make this skirt from different materials like denim, … Continue reading →
Common Parts of Traditional German Dresses The most recognizable traditional German dress are known as Dirndls, and they are most commonly worn in southern Germany, Austria, and parts of Switzerland. The Dirndl typically consists of a bodice, blouse, full skirt, and apron. The bodice of the Dirndl is often made … Continue reading →
Earlier we looked at making bias tape or bias binding (is there a difference?) The terms bias tape and bias binding are often used interchangeably, but there is a subtle difference between the two. Both are quite useful and we use them in many of our projects. Bias tape refers … Continue reading →
This Unisex Pajama Pattern is part of a new storyboard that I will be sharing with you called “Feelings”. It’s made up of clothes that either match or improve your state-of-mind. With this pajama pattern, we will be focusing on comfort and warmth. This is Part 1 of the pajamas … Continue reading →
What Is An Art, And What Is A Craft? Like most debates, the essential part of the argument is in establishing and agreeing on definitions. It is worthless to argue one side or another if we have not agreed on the common definitions of the subjects of discussion. This is … Continue reading →
Choosing the right embroidery machine can be overwhelming for beginners. A good embroidery machine for beginners should be easy to use, versatile, come with built-in features to help beginners learn and improve their skills, and be durable and reliable. The machine should have intuitive controls, clear instructions, and be easy … Continue reading →
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