Julie Eilber

Meet Julie Eilber of Jet Set Sewing

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Meet Julie Eilber, one of our newest WeAllSew Experts.On her blog, JetSetSewing.com, she shares the pleasures and pitfalls of working with vintage patterns, reconstructing Chanel-style jackets, and creating copies of garments by designers such as Charles James, Elsa Schiaparelli, Madame Vionnet and Claire McCardell.


DIY Modernista Tote Bag

How to Make a Modernista Tote Bag

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Travel in style wherever you go with this pretty and practical tote bag, whether you’re boarding a plane, rushing to a meeting, or just heading to the grocery store. Big enough to hold your purse and other essentials without overflowing, this roomy tote bag adds a cheery pop of color to any wardrobe.


diy bucket bag

How to Make a Bucket Bag

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Just in time for autumn, a pretty and practical bucket bag from Sue Bleiweiss, whose other projects for WeAllSew include a Wool Applique Needle Book and a Padded Phone Pouch.


Liola Designs, Molly Cardigan

Sew Your Own Wardrobe Basics

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What’s in YOUR closet? Hangers full of clothes, but nothing to wear? Solve your “What to wear?” quandary by stitching up some custom-fit wardrobe basics from patterns you’ll stitch up again and again.


Independent Garment Designer Pattern Tour - Week Four

Indie Garment Pattern Tour, Week Four: Fashion Forward Patterns

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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.


Indie Garment Pattern Week 2 - WeAllSew

Indie Garment Pattern Tour, Week Two: Feminine Patterns

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Welcome to week two of our Indie Garment Pattern Company Tour with SeamstressErin! This week we’ll look at some decidedly feminine pattern designs.


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.


How to Sew an Asymmetrical Ruffle Skirt

How to Sew an Asymmetrical Ruffle Skirt

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Don’t let a long cold winter cramp your style! It’s time to work on your breezy summer wardrobe, and this skirt is your ticket to an easygoing summer attitude.


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How to Make Stretch Leggings on Your Overlocker/Serger – by IDILVICE

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My new clothing brand – Elastic Wonder – is all about stretch and tight fit. Skin. Tight. Fit. For this type of garment a regular sewing machine just won’t do!


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What To Do With Your Worn-Out Wardrobe

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When you clean out your closets and drawers to find worn-out or barely worn clothes that you no longer wear, what do you do? Here are some great ideas for what to do with your worn-out wardrobe!