News (clockwise from top left)
Alina Sewing & Design Co. released the Panama Tee Dress.
Cashmerette released the Turner Dress, a cute fit and flare for knits! Check out this striped version from Crafting a Rainbow!
Tilly and the Buttons released the Cleo pinafore dress.
I was on a podcast! Check out the latest episode of the Maker Style podcast to hear about how I launched my first pattern and my tips for aspiring pattern designers. Despite being extremely nervous, I had so much fun talking to Rachel and sharing my process!
I am loving this quilted metallic mini skirt from OooBop.
Check out this cute DIY backpack from Seemansgarn.
House of Pinheiro looks stunning in her new Lola Coat.
This denim Cleo Dress from Tweed & Greet is super adorbs.
This gorgeous coat from Calcedonia Sewing is making me want to rush out and buy all the wool.
How cute are this Winslow Culottes from Sew RED-y?
I am swooning over the fabric choice for this Acton Dress from Sewing With Kate.
Thread Bear Garments shares her two cozy Toaster Sweaters.
Melly Sews shares how to sew lace inserts.
Megan Nielsen demonstrates a full bust adjustment on princess seams.
Colette shows us the difference between understitching, edgestitching, and topstitching.
I am drooling over these hand painted leather bags from Erzen. Look at that gorgeous detail! Also…pugs!
Wow, those hand painted hand bags are great. And I loved the podcast!! So good. You did amazing 🙂
Thanks so much Anya! I followed your excellent example 🙂
Thank you, Anya! I was following your excellent lead 😉
Thanks for the mention! 😉 I’m looking forward to listening to your podcast!
Thanks so much for the mention! I always look forward to your posts… especially the Wednesday Weekly. <3
Thank you! Your Winslows made me very happy 😀
Hey Helen – I’ve seen you link a few times to German blogs – do you speak German? I do, but I’ve never really gone searching for German sewing blogs…I’m busy enough reading all sorts of English blogs! Just curious 🙂
Hi Maggie! I don’t speak german, unfortunately! What happened was I stumbled on one german blog, and then it linked to another, and so on and so forth. Now, bloglovin’ often recommends them to me because it probably thinks I speak German, too! I rely on google translate to read them, but at least I don’t need to speak the language to enjoy the amazing sewing photos 🙂
Thank for the shout out Helen, I am so happy that you like my Acton X
You Acton is the stuff dreams are made of! 😀
I really enjoyed your interview on Maker Style!
Thank you so much, Mariah!
Thanks for the shoutout, Helen! I just listened to your podcast last night–I was excited to see that you were on there! You did a great job.