We’re approaching the end of our Indie Garment Pattern Company Tour, but don’t worry – SeamstressErin still has some awesome designers to share with us. This week we’ll take a look at cutting-edge, fashion-forward pattern companies.
Creating a Pearly costume or quilt isn’t so daunting when you sew the buttons on by machine!
Many of the projects and technique posts here on WeAllSew are contributed by our BERNINA Ambassadors. Two names you might remember seeing recently are Diane Gloystein (Stork Wall Hanging, Heart Art, A Feast of Fiber Art in Japan) and Laura Wasiloski (How to Add a Fusible Binding, What a Difference a Stitch Makes, Laura Meets
The primitive shape and the wonderful texture of a bark gathering basket were the inspiration for this elaborately embellished bag. Experiment with stitches, use double threads, mix pinks and greens – pull out your stash and play!
Paper templates are invaluable for determining and marking fabric for embroidery designs. Here are several tips on printing and using them for successful embroidery plaement.
Take a trip back in time with us this week, the third of our five-part Indie Garment Pattern Company Tour with SeamstressErin, as we explore vintage-inspired and reproduction patterns.