Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone shares a free video demonstrating how she makes a crossed-back harvest apron. You can download the free pattern to print at home here! This apron is not only comfortable but very easy to sew! Two front patch pockets to fill with eggs, veggies, berries, pine cones, etc. Make it reversible! These aprons are also made for children and used as arts and crafts smocks to protect clothing. Aprons can be made out of cottons, canvas, linen, laminated fabrics, unbleached cotton, any sturdy fabric.
A free video sewing lesson from Evelyn Wood. Evelyn Wood shares five methods for tracing sewing patterns to create your own copies while keeping your original sewing patterns and sizes intact and uncut. Extra time is needed to trace your pattern pieces, but there are some very good reasons to trace your pattern rather than cut into it. Pattern tracing lets you to maintain the original pattern pieces. Tracing allows sewers to use a pattern more than once and in more than one size. Tracing the sewing pattern lets you to keep the printed pattern intact in case you need to make any fitting adjustments. Pattern wear is another reason to trace your patterns. Tracing allows you to have the other sizes available for use. Whatever your reason, you will be glad you traced your pattern(s) to keep and use over and over…
Alisa from Thoughtful Creativity shares with us a free fall sewing tutorial to sew a hoodie sweater of any size. In this free video tutorial you will learn how to sew an easy hood, draft the actual hoodie, and how to sew them together…
In this free video Alisa Shay from Thoughtful Creativity demonstrates how she drafts a very simple, yet versatile A-line skirt with an elastic waist, pockets in the front and back, and a cute belt accent. A very easy skirt to sew. Unlike a simple gathered skirt, a gathered A-line skirt does not add extra gathers at the waist – which is great, but you can still enjoy flared bottom of the skirt. No zipper!
The folks from Sew Yeah demonstrate how to stitch this super easy puff quilt in their free video tutorial! A FREE DIY sewing project that you can sew while listening to your favorite music in a few hours of steady stitching. You are not going to believe how easy this quilt is and how much fun it is to sew. Connecting your puffs can be done on any sewing machine. Puffs quilts are wonderful for babies and toddlers to use in the car or at the park. Seniors love puff quilts too!
Upcycling pro, Angelina from BlueprintDIY shares a fabulous accessory to sew for organizing your sewing desk or table-top. Angelina used a heavy canvas-like fabric she salvaged from a pair of curtains, that matched her table top perfectly. This table-top organizer has thread spools, a magnetic space to hold your tweezers and tools, a pincushion, a scissor sleeve and more!
Watch Holly Draney and Cindy Cloward of Riley Blake Designs, as they show us how to sew this farmhouse-style USA map pillow. This pillow was made with a natural linen background, coordinated with the Landscape Basics wood-grain fabric print and a light-weight fusible interfacing. A very easy…
Watch this free sewing video from The DIYMommy to learn how easy it is to sew some zero waste food storage wraps for your fridge and your lunch bag to reduce single-use plastic!
The London Dress for girls is stitched with this free digital sewing pattern from Violette Field Threads! A sweet frilly sundress with a small bodice and a full swing-style skirt! We teach you how to create the shoulder ties with bias tape. The ruffled swing-style skirt is perfect for mixing and matching fabric prints and … [ Read More at SWN! ]
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