Every once and a while you start a project or find yourself in the middle of a sewing endeavor and you realize that you have no idea what you are doing! We all are at a different experience level and have different types of projects that we love to sew. If you are used to making free bag patterns constantly, you might not know how to add pockets to a skirt or properly sew the collar of a tee. A seamstress can easily enjoy years of sewing and out of nowhere need to learn a new skill. If you are anything like me, sometimes finding a blog post or written tutorial does not help. With all that specific vocabulary and words jumbling together, sometimes I find myself reading a direction over and over again only to ask myself “what?” This is why I love finding sewing tips and tricks videos. Scroll down to find some of our favorite sewing video tutorials.
Our Favorite Sewing Video Channels
AllFreeSewing! That’s right! AllFreeSewing.com has its very own sewing channel with tons of great tutorials from bloggers we love like Maureen Wilson from Made by Marzipan.
FaveQuilts!FaveQuilts has a video channel too. If you are just learning to quilt, these videos are going to be your new best friend.
Deby at So Sew Easy! Deby from So Sew Easy makes videos to show how to make many of her projects. If you’re looking to follow along with a video, this is the place to go!
I Heart Stitching! Learn how to explore stitching in all kinds of ways over at the iheartstitching channel. Melanie has hundreds of great videos for crafters of all levels and specialties.
The Crafty Gemini!Last but not least! The Crafty Gemini offers hundreds of tutorials that you are going to absolutely love!
Know some sewing tips and tricks that you would like to share?
Comment below and we might feature your trick here on Seams and Scissors! A great sewing hack can make a world of difference and there is absolutely no reason to keep them to yourself. Interested in writing a Sewing Tips and Tricks Tuesday post for us? Go ahead and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to submit your idea.