Plus Size Sewing Blogs List
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Top Plus Size Sewing Blogs
About Blog - Welcome to the Curvy Sewing Collective! As our name suggests, we’re a group of curvy sewing bloggers intent on demystifying all things plus-sized and home sewing. We're on a mission to get more curvy women sewing, blogging, & feeling fabulous!
About Blog - I'm Jenny, and I'm passionate about helping curvy women sew and feel fabulous. Cashmerette Patterns design elegant sewing patterns for modern, curvy women. Created by a plus size seamstress, Cashmerette Patterns is revolutionizing the pattern industry, proving that gorgeous, well-fitting clothes are meant for every woman.
About Blog - Hi, my name is Carolyn and I've been sewing since I was 11 years old. I love to sew and have made everything from my wedding outfit, to coats, my daughter's and grandchildren's clothing as well a couple of home dec items. If I had to use some words to describe myself they would be sewist, dressmaker, fabricaholic and creative fiber artist would all be featured.
About Blog - I'm just one plus size woman who loves vintage. My take on vintage is the everyday. This space on the tubal interwebs is a bastion of early 1930s to mid 1940s sewing, fashion and lifestyle focusing on the Stout (plus sized) woman. I also like to chat about size in culture and race from time to time.
About Blog - Hi, I’m Aleeah. I am a sewist, a maker, a pattern designer and a confessed fabric and yarn hoarder. I am part of the Middle generation–we are the smallest generation and we do not identify with the Baby Boomers.
About Blog - Hi, I’m Katrina Kellam. Are you tired of spending more time altering & fixing patterns than actually sewing? Or spending money on clothes that don't fit your curves? Then you've come to the right place. Here you will find posts to create Clothes That Fit Your Curves, Lifestyle. Get tutorials, worksheets and more on sewing & patternmaking for plus size women who sew.
About Blog - Mary Rockcastle is a designer, seamstress, and maker living in Rochester, New York. This is a blog dedicated to documenting sewing self drafted and indie sewing patterns, consuming less, being better to people and the earth, creative exploration, and my life and times in Rochester, NY.
About Blog - I'm Debbie Cook. I've sewn almost everything - home dec, quilting, gifts, lingerie & more, but sewing clothes for myself is what I really love and I sew most of my wardrobe because I have fun doing it and because it fits me better than anything I'd find in a store.
About Blog - I'm a retro dressmaker who lives on a Northern California cattle ranch. I love to sew with retro inspired and vintage patterns and add modern twists to my garments as well as incorporate heirloom and couture sewing techniques.
About Blog - Hi Iam Andie. I am a size 18-20. I can find some things in the regular stores & some things in the plus-size stores, but I used to get really frustrated when shopping because the dress is almost perfect, but not perfect for me. Sewing my own dresses means I can make things perfect for me.There may be a stitch or two out of whack, but the dress is perfect for me. Now everything I wear is made by me
About Blog - Well Sewn Style is the DIY Style destination for women with curves. Here you’ll find weekly DIY inspiration from sewing your own clothes, to tailoring tips, to putting together a beautiful outfit truly made for you, all with a heavy dose of body-positive inspiration.
About Blog - Hi. My name is Manju. I started seriously trying to learn about dressmaking in 2011, and have been addicted since then. My favourite item to make is probably outerwear. I love to make coats and jackets for all the seasons we experience in this part of the world and outerwear making is definitely something which helps you to hone your sewing skills.
About Blog - Mixed media artist who believes life is too short to wear boring clothes. I describe my own style as a mashup of hippie, bohemian, tribal/oriental/eastern, alternative arty with a bit of goth thrown in. Theres little affordable or flattering in boutiques for curvy creatives and the pattern companies mainly cater for the slender figure and conservative styling.
About Blog - In the fashion world I am “plus size”. Yes, siree, I’ve got curves and I’m not afraid to use ’em! I love that by sewing I can make unique clothes that I would never find in any shop, and make them so they actually fit me. What a revolutionary thought! After all, why shouldn’t everyone rock their own personal style, regardless of size?
About Blog - I’m a married working mom of 5, two young women, two little boys and a sweet little girl. I’ve been sewing for over 30 years off and on and had been off with the exception of home dec items and the occasional special occasion dress while in graduate school and after the birth of my first son.
About Blog - Hi - I'm gMarie. I love to sew my own clothing. My favorites are dresses. I love a fit and flare silhouette but am jonesing for a slim fitting sheath dress. In 2016 I would like to sew a coat, a jacket and finish my lace skirt. I also knit and am gMarie on Ravelry.
About Blog - I recently moved back to the US after living in India for 3 years. During my Indian adventure, I started sewing again after a long hiatus. I've decided to blog about how I've been getting my stitch on!
About Blog - Hi! I am Jewel; a College Librarian, wife and a mother of two small girls. I love creating beautiful, useful and well-loved items for the small people in my life. My new venture? Sewing for MYSELF!
About Blog - I am a 40 something wife and mom of boys. I have been sewing on and off for over 25 years. Everything from quilts to clothing. I also dabble in mixed media and knitting. But this blog will really be sewing focused. I make both modern and historical clothing. I am an old soul and very fond of the late Victorian bustle area. I also adore the mid to late 18th century.
About Blog - I’m Béatrice and I’m a would-be born-again sewer. I’m a dancer and dance teacher, and my sewing of late has consisted mostly of dance costuming, which is a whole different kettle of beeswax from proper dressmaking.