Two different fabrics may be used for the same events, but that doesn’t mean they are exactly the same. The preference and taste of the user is a factor in choosing which fabric to use. Because of this, one may prefer a special kind of fabric for their special day … Continue reading →
This is the secretary blouse pattern, an effortless and elegant weekend project. It’s a simple design with a long history, but I won’t go over it on this occasion. I am having one of the worst cases of flu I have ever had, so I need to make this tutorial … Continue reading →
Choosing the best fabric for making a lingerie depends on your desired usage– lingerie as underwear or worn alone, from colorful baby doll to slip and bodysuits that define your curve and shape. Sewing your own lingerie gives you the freedom and chance to make something that could perfectly fit … Continue reading →
So…with well over 2 billion t-shirts being made every year, it’s no wonder so many of us find ourselves with cupboards (especially our male counterparts’ cupboards) which are starting to overflow with years and years worth of t-shirts which are kind of cool but just don’t seem to get worn … Continue reading →
Sitting down for a quiet afternoon of sewing is just the dream, but unraveling yards of thread to find, (and detach) the bobbin you need is probably not what you had in mind! Time to tidy up? Well we’re on the case for you. These fabulous blogs shared their bobbin … Continue reading →
The soft clutch bag pattern is an easily adaptable pattern to make the clutch of your dreams. This is the perfect accessory for cocktail parties, a dinner, or a gift for Christmas. We owe this handy design concept to the House of Hermes when they first launched the Verrou Clutch, a … Continue reading →
Hi from Laura over at CraftyHour! I’m excited to be here today to talk to you about how to use KAMsnaps! I’ve been using KAMsnaps for several years and I’d like to share some thoughts on installing them and where they are useful. I originally bought my snap press over 6 years ago when I was … Continue reading →
While it might seem like an obvious comparison, as I was designing this little guy, I realized potholders are much like puppets. I feel rather silly having never thought of that before now. To make your own penguin pot holder, you will need: The Pattern – download from Payhip HERE … Continue reading →
Hi everyone! My name is Caroline and I blog over at SewCaroline.com where you can expect to find a variety of handmade goodness such as DIYs, handmade fashion, and sewing tips. I am so excited to be a part of Deby’s Seasonal Sewing Series this year. Today I am really excited to … Continue reading →
This is the second part of the unisex pajama pattern. These are the pajama bottoms to match the top that we did last week. I am using the rest of my flannel which is already washed and preshrunk in the dryer. I have added pockets to the pants, for whatever … Continue reading →
Tulle fabric was initially manufactured in Tulle, France, where it gained its name. It is an airy, light, and net-like fabric that is used to make bridal veils and wedding dresses. Just like any other fabric, tulle has different qualities and variations. There is flowy and soft tulle, while some … Continue reading →
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