How to Make a Keychain Ear Bud Pouch

Tired of lost and/or tangled headphones? Stow them in this little pouch and you’ll always know where to find them.


How to Make Realistic-Looking 3-D Tree Rings (and other shapes)

Learn how to create three-dimensional stitched pieces as Barbara Schneider shows how to make molded, free-motion-stitched tree rings.


How to Make a Peplum Belt

With just a half-yard of fabric you can make this trendy peplum belt and add a fun accessory to your wardrobe.


How to Use Zippers as Embellishments in Art Quilts

Zippers started appearing in my work in 2007, and now they have become part of my signature style. I have two techniques to share with you: 1) sewing with zipper trim, and 2) inserting a zipper into an art quilt.


How to Make a Wool Applique Needle Book

This little needle book comes in handy when you want to sit outside on the deck and do a little hand sewing or stitch a binding on a quilt. It also makes a nice gift for a fellow sewist.


SummerEntertainingRound-Up

25 DIY Summer Entertaining Projects

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Whether it’s cloth napkins, a table runner, napkin rings, a tablecloth, or even a bunting, these tutorials will make it possible for you to add your own unique touch to your next party.


DIY Keychain Headphone Pouch

How to Make a Keychain Ear Bud Pouch

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Tired of lost and/or tangled headphones? Stow them in this little pouch and you’ll always know where to find them.


DIY Stitched 3-D Tree Rings

How to Make Realistic-Looking 3-D Tree Rings (and other shapes)

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Learn how to create three-dimensional stitched pieces as Barbara Schneider shows how to make molded, free-motion-stitched tree rings.


Embroider Anything - DIY tutorial

How to Put Embroidery on ANYTHING – Without Stitching On It!

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Have you ever wanted to have embroidery on a garment or item, but didn’t want to actually embroider ON the item? Or embroider your jeans without having to unstitch the seams? Kay has a fabulous technique to share!


DIY Linen sachet - PaintWork Monogram

How to Personalize a Quick Gift with PaintWork!

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Last year’s holiday gifts for my co-workers and friends were linen sachets personalized with Paintwork monograms. I love linen sachets! This time I worked from an already assembled version and PaintWork seemed to be the perfect solution to add the special touch to them.


BERNINA Circular Embroidery Attachment #83

How to Sew Perfect Circles: FREE Video Tutorial

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Have you ever tried to sew a perfectly round circle? Most of us can’t even draw a nicely-shaped circle, let alone stitch one! But you really CAN sew beautiful circles – with a little help from Circular Embroidery Attachment #83. This clever device attached to the bed of your sewing machine and has a movable


Tips for writing sewing tutorials

Tips on Writing a Sewing Tutorial

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Have you ever thought about sharing one of your own original projects or techniques in a tutorial, but your not quite sure where to begin? Our WeAllSew Experts have written hundreds of online tutorials, and now we’re sharing our top tutorial writing tips to help you put start your own tutorial!


DIY Peplum Belt

How to Make a Peplum Belt

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With just a half-yard of fabric you can make this trendy peplum belt and add a fun accessory to your wardrobe.


Applique Mastery by Philippa Naylor

How to Stitch Perfect Satin Stitch Circles

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A great tip from the upcoming book Applique Mastery: Perfect Satin Stitch Circles by Philippa Naylor.


Indie Garment Pattern Company Series

Indie Garment Pattern Tour, Week Five: Niche Patterns Companies

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Welcome to week five of our Indie Garment Pattern Tour with SeamstressErin. This week we’ll take a peek at designers who focus on a specific activities or body types – menswear, sports apparel, lingerie and such. We hope you’ve enjoyed this review of indie pattern designers and are inspired to start making items to add to your wardrobe!