It’s Day 4 of #SpringIntoSewing week! We know you’re itching to start some springtime sewing projects, like our dress patterns for spring that we blogged about yesterday. But before you start sewing, it’s important to decide what kind of look you want to go for! There are so many colors and trends on the runways […]
From this selection, find quilting and sewing project ideas for the fall, winter, spring, and summer.
Conversation hearts are cute and the quintessential Valentine’s Day symbol, but I’m always disappointed by how chalky and tasteless they actually are. Why not get all of the cuteness with none of the disappointment this year? If you’re REALLY looking to show your sweetie you care, make them a few of these DIY Conversation Heart […]
How sweet are these heart-shaped handwarmers from Swoodson Says? If you’re looking for an adorable way to stay toasty this winter, look no further than this easy sewing project. These DIY handwarmers are reusable, not like those disposable ones you can buy at the store, and the heart shape makes them a perfect little gift […]
Merry Christmas, sewists! Take a deep breath – the gifting is over. There are no more presents to make, wrap, and mail. You can take some time and let your smokin’ sewing machines cool down today! Since we can now think about things that aren’t the holidays, today I’m bringing you a report of the […]
Winter is a great time of year to work on a new sewing or quilting project. It’s too cold for outdoor activities and I don’t know about you, but when it gets dark this early I’m usually too tired to do anything too physical anyway. If you’re brainstorming some ideas for new winter sewing projects […]
It is officially almost winter and time to put away your short skirts (unless you want to rock some fleece or sweater leggings). With the cold comes the need for free skirt patterns that come with much more cozy coverage. All of the free skirt patterns in this cold-weather-ready post are great to wear when […]
As the days continue on, they just seem to be ticking down to the fall and winter holidays. While I’m still in school, I add to my personal calendar the fall events like homecoming weekend, midterm week, and graduation. I’ve been dying to decorate my graduation cap since I started college. Between school and work, […]