As modern and traditional quilters and garment sewers, we at Sew What's New prefer to use Oliso Smart Irons for pressing our sewing and quilting projects every day. In…Continue
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I intend to use this block as the front of a bag. What kind of bag - I have no idea yet. The fabrics are from Joel Dewberry, and I think there is an orphan strip from a Spring Zing Batiks strip pack in there. I used a scrap of …Continue
Sunni of "A Fashionable Stitch" hosted a trouser Sew-Along. Armed with…Continue
This project offers three stuffed letter pillows with optional piping or fringes. This project could be used as a wall hanging as well. Perfect for a little girls room! The project download is offered by Butterick.
Recently Judy brought her dad’s dilapidated neck bone pillow home, took it apart, made a pattern and sewed a new one for her mom. While making the pillow, she took pictures of each step so she could develop a tutorial to…
My own holiday sewing this year has been a complete flop. Even though I see so much online and off (especially while shopping) that inspires me and I know darn well how easy some of it really is to sew together. I wanted to round up some sewing projects for this Christmas and New Years for the kitchen.
Sew here's what I gathered up for stitching…
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Okay, it's Saturday, and that summer beach bonfire is not going to happen unless you can find something besides fleece and rubber boots to wear. Sound familiar?
Living in Southeast can be a big wardrobe hassle when the sun sneaks up on us. We love the weather, but our closets don't! So, why not do like our mothers taught us, and create or…
Darts are folds sewn into fabric to provide three-dimensional shaping to a garment. They are very frequently used to tailor the garment to the wearer's shape.
Darts are actually a simple wedge shape, that is made up with four basic components:…Continue
Added by Susan on April 1, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments
These simple soft-toy style Easter chick and Easter bunny decorations sewn with calico and gingham fabrics, will cheer up your home during Easter celebrations every year. These whimsical decorations are a great …Continue
Using a beautiful mix of ombre cottons designed…Continue
I've been doing some reading about sewing pockets because I seem to really mutilate whatever idea I have and end up sewing on those plain old patch pockets. I'm tired of patch pockets and want to try something new. I'm sharing with you, what I have been able to find today in hopes that you are inspired to sew too! …Continue
Lately, I've been learning how to sew, and it's somehow both easier and harder than I thought it would be. I am not, as it turns out, Maria von Trapp, and although I haven't come too far in my studies, I've already wasted a lot of thread making dumb-ass mistakes.…Continue