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!


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!


DIY summer beach projects

10+ DIY Summer Beach Projects

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Are you ready for the summer? The weather is just perfect to visit the pool or beach, but if you’re still in need of a new swimsuit or a few necessities check out these great DIY summer beach projects!


How to sew paper pieced hexagons

How To Sew English Paper Pieced Hexagons

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Do you EPP? English Paper Piecing is all the rage, and here’s everything you need to know about how to sew English Paper Pieced hexagons!


DIY Superhero Costumes

DIY Instant Superhero!

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Bring out the “super” in your little hero with any of these DIY Superhero accessories and party decorations – it’s all here in our favorite DIY Instant Superhero projects and tutorials!


Charles James Exhibit

Charles James Retrospective at the MET

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Fashion designer Charles James career peaked between the late 1940′s-50′s when he produced some of the most memorable garments ever made. See his work on exhibit this summer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.


Margarets Hope Chest

Sew to Serve: Margaret’s Hope Chest

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The volunteers at Margaret’s Hope Chest are dedicated to helping others in need in the Grand Rapids, MI area through stitching lovingly handmade quilts. Even if you’re not in Michigan, there are still many ways you can help to sew to serve others through Margaret’s Hope Chest.


Gifts for Moms who sew

Gifts for Moms That Sew

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If you’re not exactly sure what would make a great gift for someone who sews, check out our ideas for great gifts for moms who sew!


care wear sews for infants in need

Sew to Serve Infants in Need With Care Wear

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Care Wear is a national organization helping hospitals that need handmade items for babies get connected with volunteers who can sew to serve others.


Fancy Plates - Quilt as Desired - WeAllSew

“Quilt as Desired” Exhibit at Original Sewing and Quilting Expo

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One of my favorites at the Original Sewing and Quilting Expo was a unique quilt exhibit entitled “Quilt as Desired,” curated by Mary Kerr, of vintage quilt tops quilted by modern long arm quilters.