This fun little bag is a great way to use up some of your vintage buttons, or a wonderful project to have your daughter or granddaughter make with you. Get that button foot out and lets make this bag together in an afternoon.
This cozy wrap is inspired by a 1947 shoulder shrug by mid-century designer Claire McCardell. This modern update can be worn around the shoulders or as a scarf. It’s reversible, too, making it even more versatile!
A recent addition to our panel of WeAllSew Experts, Andrea Davis (a.k.a. A.D. Lynn) shares her passion for sewing – and custom pattern fitting – in her Sew-To-Fit blog as she relates the challenges and successes of constructing clothing for herself and others.
This easy-to-sew infinity scarf is a great project for a beginner, and also a quick-to-make project for sewists of any skill level. Two yards of fabric is enough for two scarves – one for you and one for a friend!
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.
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.
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.