Tag: Sewing

Sewing With Sandi

How To Organize Your Sewing Patterns

My envelope patterns (maybe I’ll tackle my .pdfs next – Yikes) were in multiple boxes with random pieces floating out of the envelopes. I could never find the pattern I was looking for and I forgot how many great patterns I have.

Sew Rag And Bone Spring 2020

Find patterns, fabrics, and accessories to help you creat the look, inspiring you to sew Rag and Bone Spring 2020 Ready to Wear creations.

How To Make An Easy T-Shirt Pillow

How To Make An Easy T-Shirt Pillow

This project is super easy and will get your kids involved creatively while using math skills. The side benefit is it will up your recycling game, clean out your closet, and add to your home decore.

Jag's Woven Yoga Pants Pattern Review

Jag’s Woven Yoga Pants Pattern Review

Jag’s Woven Yoga Pants Pattern Review Jag’s Woven Yoga Pants by Silhouette Patterns is a relaxed, pull on super comfy pant. What Makes This A Great Pattern With eight pattern pieces (seven if you eliminate the back patch pockets) you can have a relaxed fit, business casual pant that is perfect for running errands, working…
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5 Best Sewing Books For New Sewists

5 Best Sewing Books For New Sewists

Learning to sew is hard! You need to figure out what to make, what to use for fabric, and how to make it. That doesn’t even include how to use your machine!

Sew Marc Jacobs Spring 2020 Trousers

What’s on your sewing table for spring? Take inspiration from the top designers Ready-to-Wear Collections and make them your own. Sew a high end look for a fraction of the price.

10 Tips for Garment Sewing Success

10 Tips for Garment Sewing Success

These 10 tips for garment sewing success is a great place to start sewing.

Vogue V9330 Wide Turtle Neck Sweater

I love a great Vogue Pattern, they incorporate classic design lines with stylish, modern twists and Vouge V9330 Wide Turtle Neck Sweater fits the bill.

Vogue Pattern V9305 Review

When I saw it in the Vogue Pattern Magazine, I couldn’t wait for it to be released. Once I had the pattern, I had to search for a fabric that would work for the top.

Shopping in New York City

The Garment District in New York City is layed out in a grid pattern, and is generally considered to be between Fifth Avenue and Ninth Avenue, from 34th to 42nd Streets.