Stitch a Fair Isle quilted Christmas tree skirt with Heather Handmade’s free pattern and video tutorial!
Scrapbuster Project – Acorn Patchwork Potholders from Thermoweb by Jedi Craft Girl!
Two new FREE tutorials for fall to create whimsical pumpkin quilts for your home at Halloween or just to celebrate the colors of autumn! One tutorial is for creating a pieced quilt and the second tutorial is an applique project. Happy stitching!
The folks from Sew Over It share their best tips for sewing with viscose fabrics. These experienced sewers stitched some fabulous garments with this all natural fabric. The fabric line is called “Sprinkles”.
Learn to sew a front twist top developed from a very basic pattern! Zoe DIY shares another fabulous set of sewing video tutorials for sewing a casual twist top and harem pants. Comfortable garments and a fun sewing project using two-way stretch fabric. Twist Top Sewing Tutorial: Advertisement Learn to sew harem-style pants developed from … [ Read More at SWN! ]
A free video tutorial series from Riley Blake Designs featuring Amanda Herring and her awesome Bohemian Booties sewing project.
Natalia Whiting Bonner is a professional quilter, Gammill quilting artist, teacher, and writer, and has loved to piece quilts for over twenty years. Natalia learned how to quilt on her conventional home sewing machine. With that positive experience under her belt, she decided that she really wanted to take her quilting to the next level…
Prairie points, pinwheels, origami flowers and more. Teresa “DownUnder” from Sewn Up Patterns shows us how easy it is, in her free video series, to add dimension, texture, contrast, and pop to any quilt block by carefully and intentionally manipulating pieces of fabric converting them into unique eye-catching designs. Watch now: See more:
Lindsey from Inside The Hem shares her first impressions and reviews of all of the garment sewing patterns from Vogue, Simplicity and McCalls for autumn 2019…
To make a bias cut essentially means to cut the pattern piece from the fabric on a 45 degree angle to the straight grain so that the fabric will drape and contour with the shape of the body. To put it simply – the fabric is cut on a diagonal angle rather than along a fold line. Garments such as skirts, dresses, blouses and capes are perfect garments for sewing on the bias to achieve a beautiful drape!