We have carried the Straight Stitch Society patterns for a long time, but this was my first time using one! I have had my eye on the Have It All Wallet for a while and I finally got inspired to make it! The Pattern is straight forward with nicely illustrated directions. It is a perfect quick little project!
Tilly and the Buttons came out with the cutest new dress pattern that she adorably named Francoise. It is a sixties-style shift dress pattern that is super easy-to-follow. The design features striking French darts and raglan seams. Choose from two-piece three-quarter length sleeves or a sleeveless version, with optional collar and waist tab. I love how Tilly’s patterns all come with real pictures next to each step. This makes it so easy for a beginner to follow. See below…
Tilly has created the Francoise three week sew-a-long series on her blog. She gives you tips and tricks all along the way! You can check out her blog post here.
This classic dress is perfect for all seasons. You could make it out of medium weight cotton, ponte, linen and even light weight wool or brocade. The dress only take 2 yards of 60″ fabric no matter what size you are! I know I can’t wait to make this cute dress!
This is it guys! The last week of Sew Your Hart Out September!! Thank you so much to everyone who sent in their project photos! we have had such a fun time sewing and sharing our projects with you, we hope that you have enjoyed the month as well!
So let’s get to it, check out these awesome project photos…
The third week of Sew Your Hart Out September has already come and gone! Have you been as busy sewing as we have? We have so many great project photos to share with you this week, so let’s get down to business and check ‘em out!
We hope everyone is enjoying Sew Your Hart Out September! This week we will be focusing on Home decor projects. We hope to get you inspired to brighten up your home with unique home sewing projects!
On Tuesday Natalie will be showing you how to make quick and easy café curtains. These curtains are a great way to spruce up your home! Plus they don’t require a lot of sewing knowledge, so they are a great beginner project!
Then on Thursday we’ll have an easy piping tutorial! Creating your own piping is great way to really step up your home sewing projects. Perfect for pillows, box cushions, chairs, couches, and more! It only takes a little extra time to make your own piping, and it really adds an extra special professional touch to your project!
We hope you’re having fun sewing your Hart out! Don’t forget to send us pictures of your projects! We’ll be giving away $50 every week, you might win!Tweet