• Loni’s Sienna Maker Jacket

    We are stunned by the gorgeous Sienna Maker Jacket that Loni made as part of our Street Team! The Echino Bird Brush Canvas she used really makes a statement. Plus, we are always in awe of her PERFECT seam finishing – hello Hong Kong seams!! Be sure you check out her post for tons of beautiful photos and all the…

  • Soy Jerseys

    The Joy of Soy

    Move over, Tencel — meet our new favorite man-made natural fiber. Now wait just a second — is it manmade or is it natural? Soy is a regenerated fiber, which makes it both! In honor of our new Soy/Cotton Jerseys, let’s take a look at what makes this rare substrate so awesome. Soy fabric is made from the soybean material…

  • Julie’s Ilford Jacket

    Hello Harts followers! Today I am back on the blog to talk to you about the new Ilford jacket by Friday Patterns Co. Ilford is an unlined boxy jacket, that can be made to look like virtually anything! It has two length options, and two sets of sleeves, one boxy and straight, the other tapered and cuffed like a shirt…

  • Jess’ Nénuphar Jacket

    Jess is back with another gorgeous make! She whipped up the Nénuphar Jacket from Deer and Doe using our floral linen and we are completely in love! She chose this floral linen to add a bit of print into her solid maternity wardrobe, and what a perfect choice it was! The Nénuphar is a great lightweight jacket pattern that is perfect…

  • Meg’s Tabor V-Neck

    Have you seen the Tabor V-Neck that Meg made from our Topaz Knit? Head over to her blog to read all about her experience. Her Tabor turned out beautiful and we’re so glad she’s fallen in love with this pattern! Definitely makes me want to sew up a bunch for myself!  READ THE POST

  • Loni’s Mélilot

    Loni has (once again) killed it with her recent make for the Harts Street Team! It’s no secret that the Deer and Doe Mélilot is a favorite pattern around here, so we had to spread the love! You can read all about Loni’s Mélilot over on her blog. Plus she shares a sleeve adjustment that we will definitely be trying!…

  • Julie’s Francine Dress

    I have long been an admirer of Merchant and Mills, from the fabrics they carry, to their gorgeous selection of tools, but I had never tried any of their garment patterns. So, to say that I was excited to finally test one when Harts offered me to blog about their new selection, is a huge understatement! Shipping from the UK…

  • Jess’ Givre Dress

    Jess has been on our blogging team for a couple of years now, and all the ladies at Harts just adore her! When she announced her pregnancy we were all completely thrilled – and super excited to get her some fabric to sew up a new maternity dress!  Jess selected our Bamboo Jersey in Navy to make the Deer and…

  • Loni’s Nexus Blouse

    Loni from Havin’ Sew Much Fun sewed up a stunning Nexus Blouse using our Ochre Paisley Rayon Twill!  Head over to Loni’s blog to read all about the process, plus a bunch of great styling options! (Also check out how PERFECT the inside of her garment looks! Definite goals right there!) READ THE POST

  • Meg’s Bonnie Dress

    Meg from Meg Made Sewing recently sewed up this Bonnie Dress from Sew Over It Patterns, and it’s just darling. The details of this dress are timeless, and she paired this pattern perfectly with this retro feed-sack floral rayon. This pattern is only available in PDF form from Sew Over It. However, we do carry an amazing selection of printed patterns in…

  • Elle’s Dawn Jeans with a simple front hack

    Elle from “Randomly Happy” sewed up these fabulous Megan Nielsen Dawn Jeans with just the right amount of 70’s style. She picked this perfect light wash denim to complete the look. The thing we love most about these pants is the pattern hack she developed to remove the front pockets to speed up the sewing on these pants and give them a cleaner look.…

  • Melissa’s Coco Jacket Pattern Review

    Pattern Name: Sew Over It Coco Jacket Made By: Melissa Fabric: Stretch Stripe Denim Charcoal & Maroon Bemberg Lining Size: 12 Adjustments: None How were the directions and pattern pieces? Directions were fairly straightforward. The only part I found unclear was with “Attaching the Sleeves, step 12.” The photo shows where to sew basting stitches for gathering the sleeve head,…

  • Love List no. 157

    Anyone else have a severe case of Fall Fever? All I want to do is eat treats, go to the pumpkin patch, wear sweaters, and be cozy. This weekend’s list of things to do includes baking and crafting! We’ve been seeing some amazing projects and have been on the search for some Fall treats. Here are just a few of…

  • Sionann’s Helsinki Dress

    We are loving this adorable Helsinki dress from Ikatee that Sioann made for her daughter. She chose the Nohara knit by Japanese designer Hitomi Osumi for Cotton + Steel paired with an Eggshell stretch denim . This dress is out of this world cute, and we just restocked this amazing knit. Head on over to Sionann’s blog Thorn & Thimble to see…

  • Decades Of Harts: Celebrating 50 Years

    This year Harts Fabric is celebrating 50 years of serving the sewing community! We wanted to take this opportunity to tell you all a little bit about our history over these last 50 years. Harts Fabric was started by Bob Hart in 1969, in Santa Cruz Ca. He ran the family business for over 25 years and then decided to…