I made a pair of cute leather sandals. This is a shoemaking project that doesn't require lasts, patterns or any expensive equipment, so read on!
It was time for me to practice my pattern drafting skills and I decided to make a vintage-inspired fit-and-flare dress out of rusty orange ramie fabric.
I made my daughter a Regency or Empire style outfit: a dress, a bonnet (a free pattern included!), bloomers and slippers. Read how it all came together.
Tutorial on how to make a ironing board cover and chatting about the upcoming Ommel festival.
Käsityöhaasteena tuunattu kirjakori. - I solved my library book storage problem by painting and decorating a wooden bin I found from the Recycling center.
I sewed the Lizzie skirt by Sew Over It.To make matters more interesting I decided to learn how to make a couture waistband with a Petersham ribbon.
Choosing the right kind of interfacing can make a break a sewing project. Here is what you should know about different kinds of interfacing.
I am making an Edwardian style Beatrix shirtwaist with pintucks and lace insertion. Read how I design and make the details and adjustments to this pattern.
Here is how I arranged my tangled lingerie materials. I made spools out of cardboard and wrapped everything neatly. A bit of decoupage added prettiness.
I am making a modern version of a 19th century pattern. This allows me a chance to learn to flat line a skirt and to make hand felled seams. Learn with me!