Don’t buy a pattern for leggings–it’s easy to make your own pattern from an existing pair of leggings. You’ll have to cut your existing pair of leggings in half to make this pattern, so choose Keep Reading
If you have a vintage Singer sewing machine, you may have noticed the phenomenon of side creeping, seen in the stitch sample on the right. It’s frustrating to have to fight with your fabric to Keep Reading
When you first get into sewing, you might wonder how to finish the raw edges in your pieces. You don’t want them to just unravel and shed everywhere. Ideally, you’d have a serger for that, but Keep Reading
Make this silk infinity scarf with my step-by-step, free sewing tutorial. It’s super easy to make, and it’s really budget-friendly!
In terms of sewing hacks, I’ve seen a few people mention that you can use serger thread with your sewing machine. I’ve been wondering for awhile whether this is really feasible, so I investigated whether Keep Reading
When you start sewing, you’ll realize that there’s a lot of extra thread piling up on your sewing desk. I created an easy, beginner thread catcher pattern to hold all of your discarded thread Keep Reading
In this tutorial, you’ll sew together two different scarves to make an easy infinity scarf/cowl.
This is an easy, beginner blouse with a few different styling options, including sleeveless, ruffled sleeves, and 3/4 sleeves. It’s cute and flowy–perfect for summer! I’ll go through my concerns/suggestions regarding this pattern to Keep Reading
Remember how I told you that you could remove the bobbin winder from your vintage sewing machine and add a hand crank instead? You might be wondering how to wind the bobbins for your sewing Keep Reading
Everyone likes a bargain, and good thread can be expensive. So when you see a nice lot of vintage sewing notions, with those pretty wooden spools of thread, who can resist? Unfortunately, thread deteriorates over Keep Reading