No one can deny that most people love clothing with tasteful embellishments. They are eye-catching and of course, elegant. In today’s fashion world, the tasteful embellishing of clothing is very popular. And often a tasteful embellishment makes the difference and causes us to have a second look at a garment … Continue reading →
Well, it’s finally happened. First, it was Craftsy, now Bluprint. Formally known as Craftsy, Bluprint has closed its doors forever. My husband told me this would likely happen and he’s often right about these sorts of things. Back in 2017, our beloved Craftsy was bought by media behemoth, NBC Universal … 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 →
There’s always been something quite special about creating clothes with a good ole’ vintage sewing machine. Perhaps it’s the idea that you’re partaking in a fragment of history…or maybe it’s the fact that your vintage sewing machine was originally owned by your great-grandmother and has been passed down to your … Continue reading →
Did You Know You Can Sew Rugs From Fabric? Well, you certainly can. There are many ways to go about it and I wanted to show you as many as I could. So I collected projects using lots of different methods and styles. Some of the most interesting ones use … Continue reading →
A sewist that delights in making sewing projects deserves a room solely intended for that craft. Sewing as a hobby, or an income-generating activity, needs a room where you can keep everything you need in making your projects. We have gathered some practical tips on designing a sewing room from … Continue reading →
This is the 3/4 sleeve summer blouse project, designed to take only two hours to complete. I have to admit that I agonized over this project for some time. More than a few days were spent at my desk thinking about how I could come up with the easiest to … Continue reading →
The Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl is my new favorite tool. I have been using one for quite some time, and have decided to share some interesting things about this useful tool. The speedy stitcher sewing awl is an American invention that dates back to the beginning of the 1900’s. The … Continue reading →
A wrap dress I sewed quite a while back now has a matching belt. It fits OK at the waist when I wear it as the waist is in the right place (because we all make our clothes to fit us as best we can right), but it bugs me … Continue reading →
With the warmer months approaching, at least for those of you in the northern hemisphere, it’s time to think about keeping things cool when it gets hot outside. There’s no simpler way to do this than with using insulated fabric when you sew. Insulated Fabrics Keep Things Hot OR Cold … Continue reading →
My carpet tote bag is the result of my never-ending desire to make bags with unusual materials. It’s also, the result from impulse buying… I was looking for some materials that I could use instead of leather, and I was practicing my usual “whatever catches my eye” technique. This is something I do often, … Continue reading →
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