Quilt Market set up is underway and we are so excited to see what’s new to come. It always feels a bit like Christmas, as we wait anxiously to see all the new fabrics that are being released. To keep you excited and also occupied for the time being, here are your weekly links.
What an inspiring week around the web. We have been captivated by so many of your images and inspired by crafters of all genres. Here is a sliver of what we are loving this week. Enjoy the links!
Sewing weather has arrived! With all the clouds and rain, we will be kicking off the weekend with a mug of tea, new fabric, and a bunch of cozy sewing projects. What are your plans for the weekend? We would love to hear what you’re sewing up next.
Wow! This week just flew by. Here’s a look back at what we were loving. Let us know what you think; we love to hear from you!
Sew Your Hart Our September has come to a close, we have had such an amazing month!! So many incredible sponsors, and so many creative people! We are so lucky to have such amazing and talented customers, we couldn’t have done this without all of you! Thanks for making the 4th annual Sew Your Hart Our September so much fun! Please be sure to head over to our Facebook page to take a look at the full gallery of customer project photos!
Have you always relied on store-bought piping for your sewing projects? It’s actually quite easy to make, especially if you want control over the color or texture of your piping.
This quick tutorial will show you how to make piping for your next project, as well as how to sew it on a curved seam. I’m using our newest pattern, Rue, as an example. Rue features these great style lines that gently curve down and across the bodice, and it’s the perfect occasion for a vintage touch. Piping really helps these seams pop!
Hello, fabric enthusiasts! I’m Tanya from the sewing blog, Mrs. Hughes. I love vintage fashions and wearing retro dresses, but I tend to stick with the “fit & flare” silhouette. I stepped a little out of my comfort zone with the Colette Phoebe — a 1960’s style shift dress/jumper. I wanted to add a detail to this dress without changing the pattern design and its retro style, so I decided to sew a button-on-belt and share how I made it with you.
Hello from the team at Colette! We’re a small company that creates and publishes all kinds of resources and goodies for people who sew.
Since its establishment in 1942, Robert Kaufman Fabrics has been a family-run business. Over 70 years have gone by since Robert started this company, but the heart and soul lives on through the community we have built here. Now, Robert Kaufman Fabrics is located in sunny Los Angeles, California, where our in-house design studio designs some 3000+ new fabrics each year.