Are you in search of some lovely last minute Valentine's day gifts to sew? Look no further, I've got you covered! It's that time of the year when love is all around and heart-shaped projects are popping out everywhere in your social media feed and Pinterest researches. I've been collecting a few ideas perfect for some last minute Valentine's day gifts to sew (because I tend to overbook my own time, as usual, but I firmly believe that a gift you've made means more than just grabbing something from a shop shelf).
How to chose the best type of sewing machine, when you're just starting to sew, as a beginner? Here are my best tips to choose the one that fits your needs!
A while ago I had a lovely reader (Hi Crystal!) asking me suggestions about a “learning kit” to start sewing.
To be honest, it’s a kind of question I often am asked: where to start, sewing
I often try to challenge myself trying new things and this time happened to me to try a rag apron.
Me and a few other Independent designers and friends decided to team up and swap one
Here we (finally) are with the second part of this tutorial to create a wooden clapper and point presser from scratches (and spending little, or even no money): let’s get our hands dirty!
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Hands-Free Asymmetrical Bag PDF pattern: my new one! It's a great challenge if you like sewing bags! Plenty of pockets and features, optional piping included!
Here's part two: all the worst beginner sewing mistakes and how to avoid them. Now that we've got all ready, let's start sewing without too many errors!