Summer is here and with it hazy hot and humid days. I’m always a bit lost trying to figure out what to wear in the summertime, trying to balance out being cool with still looking stylish. Today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to sew a kimono jacket.
I’ve written three tutorials to help people sew skirts without patterns. The process is fairly straightforward: measure your body, make a custom pattern from those measurements, cut your fabric according to the pattern, and sew.
Lisa from “Tea and Craft” shows us how to make this “No Knit Kitty Hat” and it is featured on Cut Out + Keep! Lisa suggests you get a thrift sweater from the resale shop or the Goodwill. And use … Read More ...
Well Friday was a pretty productive day. I finished the last piece of bobbin lace and save for a few small issues, it was pretty good. Then I went ahead and did the next lesson on spiders and apparently forgot to take any pictures of it.
At the end of each month I share a collection of the various things I’ve written about here and in other places all around the web. If you missed something in June, find it here. If you loved something, share this post with others!
Great tutorial on how to bind your quilt with the sewing machine using a flat fell foot to keep the binding and stitching even on front/back. Great concept for those of us who do not have the patience to do all that hand sewing!
I am so excited to announce, I am one of the ten contestants in the Super Online Sewing Match II!!! Welcome to Sew Spoiled if you are new and coming from Sew Mama Sew take a look around and stay as long as you like.
This vintage canvas by dede gives you a head start to create a lovely but easy Tent Stitch background. All you need when the words are already there is two threads the same color with contrasting textures.
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