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Site - tillyandthebuttons.com
About Site - Hello! I’m Tilly Walnes, the founder of Tilly and the Buttons. We create gorgeous, easy-to-use sewing patterns and online workshops for the new wave of DIY dressmakers. Here you will find jargon-busting instructions & photos showing each step. Also learn to sew your own clothes, sewing patterns, tips and tutorials for beginners.
Site - closetcasepatterns.com/blog
About Site - I'm a pattern designer, blogger, and sewing educator for the modern maker. I transform your imagination into step-by-step implementation that helps you build a wardrobe you love -- not one you're limited to buying off the rack. A sewing blog for the modern maker. Providing you with sewing patterns, tools & techniques to help you create a self-made wardrobe you can wear with pride.
Denver, CO USA
About Site - The Craftsy Sewing Blog is your one-stop resource for professional patterns, expert tips and tricks, and stylish projects you’ll want to make right away. Here you will learn how to sew cardigan, circle skirt, top, hoodie and much more.
Site - sewoverit.co.uk/blog
About Site - I set up Sew Over It in May 2011 with one main aim – to teach as many people as I possibly could how to sew! I fell in love with sewing aged 11 when I made my first skirt. A year later my parents gave me a sewing machine and I have never looked back since. Here you will learn different ideas to sew your own dress.
Site - blog.colettehq.com
About Site - Sarai started Colette back in 2009. She believes the primary role of a business should be to help people. Our popular sewing blog offers useful tutorials, along with free downloads, pattern hacks, and discussions. It's the hub of our community.
Site - lladybird.com
About Site - My name is Lauren Taylor. I am a 31 year old native Nashvillian with a love for all things sewing-related. In this blog you will find dressmaking exploits and pattern cutting pursuits, as well as keep track of important tips, tricks and techniques. Also tutorials for dress, skirt, jacket, coat garments & clothes fitting.
Site - curvysewingcollective.com
About Site - 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!
Site - cashmerette.com
About Site - 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.
Site - thecraftypinup.co.uk
About Site - Hi! I'm Abi, a twenty something retro lingerie designer from the UK. Blogging and Vlogging about my dressmaking, pattern hacks, sewing tutorials and more, usually of the vintage persuasion. I build my own handmade wardrobe, develop my skills as a seamstress and share my makes with the world!
Site - youtube.com/channel/UCrqM..
About Site - My name is anjalee.This channel is all about sewing.Here you can see different types of dresses with measurement,cutting and sewing instructions.Learn to sew all Indian fashion in easy and intresting way.
About Site - This Blog provides Truly about Fashion Designing Tutorials integration with YouTube Videos, Creative Fashion Designer Wears for both Women and Children's,Design It Yourself(DIY). Professional Sewing Tutorials on Designer Blouses,Ghagra choli's, Lehengas, Frocks and Dress making and many more.
Site - sewessential.co.uk/blog
About Site - Sew Essential was established in 2004 to provide a wide range of products to the sewing enthusiast. Our mission is to provide our customers with the widest possible range of sewing products at the best prices with great customer service.
Site - lovesewingmag.co.uk
About Site - British Sewing Magazine. Dressmaking, plus stylish and practical projects for the home sewing dressmaking craft. Whether you’re a complete beginner or already an avid maker, every issue will inspire and build your skills from mastering your machine to perfecting your sewing technique.
Site - blogforbettersewing.com
About Site - I'm your friend Gertie from Gertie's New Blog for Better Sewing! A blog for people who love sewing, retro fashion, cats, and feminism. (But mostly sewing.)
Site - thedreamstress.com
About Site - The Dreamstress web site is a window into my world: my projects, new things I learn, things I know so well I can teach, the amazing places I live and the amazing places I visit, the wonderful people I am surrounded by, anything interesting that catches my fancy that I think might catch yours, and, of course, Felicity the cat.
Site - doxiequeen1.wordpress.com
About Site - My name is Angela, I’m twenty years old and live on Long Island, NY. This blog was originally started to document my progress as I learned to draw, but it’s turned into a costume blog where I share the things i’ve made, and how I make them.
Site - guthrie-ghani.co.uk/blog
About Site - Hi, I'm Lauren and welcome to g&g! I love sewing so much I opened my own shop and creative studio so I can share my passion with others. Get tips, tutorials and ideas for your next dressmaking or sewing project
About Site - Indulge your crafty side in an eco-friendly way! It's possible to sew amazing garments, accessories and objects with upcycled fabrics and craft with repurposed materials, helping both the environment and your wallet.
Site - sewcountrychick.com
About Site - I'm Justine! Welcome to my sewing blog! Here you'll find lots of handmade clothing I make for myself , my girls, the theater, occasional commissioned projects and sewing tutorials. I'm a native Los Angeleno who moved to a small farm outside of LA with my family.
Site - blog.tessuti.com.au
About Site - Established in 1992 and with locations in Sydney and Melbourne, Tessuti Fabrics is home to the world's most beautiful designer fabrics. Here you will find Sewing Tips & Tutorials.
About Site - I'm a native New Yorker and sewing fanatic! I started sewing in 2009 and today make all my own clothes using vintage sewing machines and vintage patterns, in addition to sewing for private clients. Welcome to the warm and whimsical world of Male Pattern Boldness, where the conversation is sewing, style, fashion, fabric, and more!
Site - williamgee.co.uk/blog
About Site - William Gee ltd was established in 1906, and is now the leading stockist and distributor of sewing/fashion supplies & haberdashery in the UK. Here you will find dressmaking techniques.
Site - sewcaroline.com
About Site - SewCaroline is a creative lifestyle blog that focuses on sewing tips, do it yourself projects, handmade fashion, and everyday life. Caroline strives to create an uplifting and creative atmosphere that keep her readers coming back day after day. Her goal is to live a creative life and hopes that each of her readers leave inspired to create something new.
Site - whatkatiesews.net
About Site - Hi! I’m Katie, a sewist, web designer and cat-mum from North London. This blog chronicles my attempts to build a wearable everyday wardrobe by sewing my own basics, with a few special makes thrown in every now and then. I hope my blog helps people to see that making a simple, unfussy wardrobe of everyday handmade clothes is achievable and fun.
Site - simplysewingmag.com
About Site - Simply Sewing is a practical magazine for women who sew, or would like to start sewing. Customising your own clothes and home makes, and touches of embroidery and appliqué will also be included, together with fun features and profiles of celebrity stitchers and bloggers.
Site - didyoumakethat.com
About Site - Here you can catch up with behind the scene insights, quick tips, and out takes. From The Made Up Initiative to failed makes, this is the place for Did You Make That extra details and exclusive material.
Site - luckylucille.com
About Site - I'm Rochelle and this is a candid look at my quest to create a me-made/homemade wardrobe, one t-shirt and knit hat at a time. I live for "secret pajamas" and touching the softest yarn to my face.
Site - seamstresserin.com/blog
Vashon Island (Seattle-ish)
About Site - Seamstress Erin is an obsessed sewist, inked knitter, cat herder, and mad scientist. She looks at Every Day as another chance to play Dress Up. She writes sewing patterns for Every Day Dress Up. Mission is to inspire you to create things. To spread the love of sewing, knitting, quilting, crafting, and needlework.
Site - ericabunker.com
About Site - I'm a fashion sewing blogger who inspires the average home sewer how to look beyond outdated commercial pattern instructions, select fine fabrics and cultivate a luxurious home-sewn wardrobe inspired by luxury brands.
Site - paulinealice.com/blog
About Site - Pauline alice is also a personal sewing blog, depicting my journey as a new business owner, learning about new techniques, new makes and sewing tutorials.I learned to sew by myself when a teenager and when I arrived in Spain in 2011, I bought my first sewing machine. Since then, I’ve making all my wardrobe, from casual summer dresses to more spectacular costumes.
Site - thisblogisnotforyou.com
About Site - Hi, I’m Charlie. Welcome to This Blog Is Not For You. I share my seamstress successes, but also my fashion fails. There will be a lot of helpful tips and tricks, patterns and instructions along the way. You can check out my tutorials and make your own handmade things or track my progress in sewing my own wardrobe.
Site - workroomsocial.com
About Site - WorkroomSocial.com is all about sewing instruction and inspiration. I teach hobby sewers methods that make clothing construction easy and produce beautiful results that look store-bought, not homemade. My sewing patterns are both foolproof in instruction and fashion-forward in design, and my line of sewing tools and resources make it easier than ever for hobby sewers to sew well.
Site - blueprintsforsewing.com/blog
About Site - Blueprints for Sewing patterns are simple, flattering, comfortable, and classic with an artistic edge. They emphasize functionality and simplicity and feature thoughtful embellishments and adaptable cuts. Sewing your own clothing is a way to connect with your creativity and individuality. By making, we can better appreciate the world around us and the things we consume.
About Site - Sian is a personal style, lifestyle, and sewing blogger at Rebel Angel. She is self-taught after she bought a sewing machine and a dress pattern on a whim in 2014 and had to beg for help in a local fabric shop. Her sewing projects are mostly lingerie (bras, briefs, corset, bodysuits, and more) and retro inspired dresses.
Site - lauramaedesigns.com
About Site - Chronicling my adventures in creativity. I adore sewing and knitting, mostly vintage or vintage-inspired patterns. I hope this blog will inspire others to create lovely and lasting garments that speak of a past era and yet remain timeless and elegant.
Site - jenniferlaurenvintage.com
About Site - Hello! I’m Jen and I design fun modern sewing patterns that give a nod to classic vintage attire, with beautiful detail and clean drafting for a gorgeous fit. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced seamstress, my patterns and tutorials will help you through the steps of building a form-flattering wardrobe that is fun, bright and uniquely you.
Site - handmadejane.co.uk
About Site - Hi, I'm Jane and I make my own clothes. My love affair with sewing began in 2009 when I took a beginners dressmaking course and made my first A-line skirt. I was hooked from the very first class and have been gradually adding to my handmade wardrobe ever since, sewing clothes to suit my body shape and my own personal style.
Site - alliemjackson.com
About Site - Hi, I'm Allie. In my free time, I love to sew. allie J. is my place to document my life, especially my sewing projects. I adore the styles of the 1950s and 60s, so expect to find lots of shift dresses and full skirts here. I sew from vintage and modern patterns, striving to create a vaguely-retro wardrobe that works with my real life.
About Site - Hello! Learn to sew with me Claire-Louise Hardie, The Sewing Producer for The Great British Sewing Bee. I'm a Professional Stitcher with a passion for teaching beginners to sew!
About Site - I am a wife and mother of 4 who loves fashion. These days I spend most of my day chasing after and chauffeuring my kids around, but in my spare time I love to sew. I adore quality fabrics, obtaining the perfect fit, and making garments that are unique and high-end looking.
About Site - 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.
Site - fashionbehindtheseams.com
About Site - Hello!!! And welcome to my blog! My name is Vatsla and I am absolutely and completely in love with everything sewing, pattern-making and Fashion Design Typically you will find me hiding Behind The Seams..
Site - missmaddysews.wordpress.com
About Site - My name is Maddy, and on this blog I am documenting my adventures on vintage and retro sewing and fashion. I discovered my passion for vintage and retro fashion, and embraced my now favourite silhouette that classic 50s hourglass, epitomised by Dior’s New Look. I always have a soft spot for full skirts, cinched waists and petticoats.
Site - makerstyle.ca/blog
About Site - My name is Rachel, and I'm the girl behind this blog. My goal is to educated, inspire, and empower other young people to learn how to make awesome things. Here you will learn the process of making dress.
About Site - 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.
Site - dreamcutsew.com
About Site - Hi! I’m Diane and I’ve been a sewist for many years. I really love the idea of having a unique wardrobe and sewing my own is a great way to do it. I also have a real fondness for classic pieces like a great trench coat for instance and mixing classics with trends is actually one of my favourite ways of dressing.
Site - sunnygalstudio.blogspot.com
About Site - Beth, of SunnyGal Studio, a custom dressmaking and design studio. I create unique, custom fit clothes for my clients and a few new dresses for myself. I love to sew almost anything, formalwear, tailored jackets, children's clothes, vintage styles, and clothes for travel to sunny places. When I am not sewing I work in my garden and obsess about the weather.
Site - sewdainty.co.uk
About Site - Blog by Kathy it’s so lovely to see you here at Sew Dainty and I hope you will join me on my sewing adventures. This blog will hopefully show you my favourite makes and some not so favourite, along with tutorials and other sewing fun thrown in. I hope you will enjoy reading about all my sewing projects, I can’t wait to share them with you all.
Site - vintageontap.com
San Francisco, CA
About Site - Vintage on Tap is focused on the technical side of sewing, the advancement of traditional garment construction methods, and development of textile and fiber arts. Focusing on slowing down and appreciating the artistry of time tested techniques and skills and bringing them to the home seamstress.
Site - sewmanju.wordpress.com
About Site - 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.
Site - theavidseamstress.com
About Site - Hello. We're The Avid Seamstress, a London based pattern company dedicated to helping modern women enjoy the art of sewing. The Avid Seamstress produces versatile & multi-functional sewing patterns to bring together a community of women that empower and inspire each other through sewing.
Site - ladulsatina.com
About Site - My name is Martina. I'm an Italian sewing blogger. I love to create my own dresses.I learn sewing in order to create my own dresses and accessories. This sewing blog was born to share my adventure (and misadventure), get suggestions and run into new people with whom sharing ideas and inspirations.
Site - diyclothes.net
About Site - Diy clothes is about sewing tutorials, refashions and patterns that I found searching a billion diy blogs. I was inspired from all those women and their creativity, so I decided to collect them here for everyone who is interested and enjoys making sewing projects.
Utrecht, The Netherlands
About Site - A personal style blog where you can find all the pretty things I wear, make, or have my eyes on. | Portuguese style blogger based in the Netherlands.
Site - bellemegan.wordpress.com
About Site - This is a sewing blog. And a dressmaking and pattern cutting blog. And it is probably going to be the home of the confessions of a fabric addict. It is definitely the home of a sewaholic! I love making things, be they sewing related or baking. Sewing gives me huge satisfaction & I love making clothes for my girls.
Site - gingerthreadgirl.co.uk
About Site - My name is Jen and I am a sewing addict. In May 2014, 10 months after getting married, I was still kind of suffering from post-wedding blues. The creative in me was hungry for a new challenge. I swiftly took myself to a local college and signed up to do an evening course in beginners' dressmaking. Best. Decision. EVER. I now dedicate all of my spare time around a full-time job to dressmaking.
Site - sewingtidbits.wordpress.com
About Site - Hello and welcome to my sewing blog! I learned how to sew at 14 with my grandmother. At first, I wasn’t very patient but little by little, with classes and time, things started to look better.
About Site - I'm an experienced seamstress with a blog dedicated to providing resources for fellow costumers and fans. This blog is a peek into the world of a seamstress and how someone who creates clothing perceives fashion and costume choices in the media. Blog by Elizabeth Hajek.
Site - hayleeatkinson.blogspot.com
About Site - Hi, I'm Haylee! I'm a 21 year old college student from Provo, UT and this is my sewing blog. I've been sewing all my life but just recently am learning how to design and pattern draft. Sewing is fun and I like being able to have a place where I can talk about that.
Site - magnificentthread.com
About Site - A dressmaking blog concerned with fashion, fit and fabric. I started dressmaking after a lifelong interest in crafts and creative pursuits. I make clothes using a mixture of indie, commercial and self-drafted patterns and post about them here at The Magnificent Thread!
Site - ooobop.com
About Site - I began sewing from a very young age when I used to sew pocket linings for pocket money. And so here I am. A gazillion years later. Still no time on hands (between 3 children and a full time career as a freelance graphic designer) but a determination to create that handmade wardrobe I always dreamt of. I’m currently in the process of learning some pattern cutting and hope to share not only some handmade dresses but some original designs and some insight as to what I learn along the way.
Site - sewsensational.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m Louise. My dressmaking projects tend to be more ambitious than the early days, so a new blog post every fortnight is what I aim for. Those shirt dresses don’t throw themselves together in a night, you know. I hope you enjoy following my dressmaking journey and find something useful, entertaining or insightful on these pages.
About Site - I love to sew! It is like the air I breathe! I'm constantly trying to improve my skills. Experts have said it takes 10,000 hours of hard work to become an expert seamstress .
Site - sewsincity.com
About Site - When I was eight years old, my Grandmother taught me how to sew. It wasn’t always the “cool” thing to do, so I kept it to myself. I have been sewing for more than 15 years, and I truly enjoy getting to adapt things I see on the runway, in magazines, etc. and make them for myself.
Site - lassemista.wordpress.com
About Site - My name is Liliana and I’m the writer/creator of this blog, Lassemista. Here, you’ll find a variety of things that I make, things that I do and things that inspire me.
Site - blog.elewa.co.uk
About Site - My name is Doja. I'm a 24 year old network engineer who also happens to be a seamstress. I've been sewing for a year and a half and in that time I've created a YouTube channel to teach people pattern drafting. I also teach pattern drafting and have a number of video tutorials for you to follow!
Site - selfassemblyrequired.co.uk
About Site - I'm Emily, a self confessed sewing addict. I love designing and making clothes, pattern hacking and rambling on about fabric. This blog is all about sharing my love for sewing and all things crafty!
About Site - Follow the Merry Dressmaker's sewing endeavors, historical treasure hunts, and musings about design, fashion, and garment construction. Read the Merry Dressmaker's sewing endeavors, historical treasure hunts, and musings about design, fashion, and garment construction.
Site - youngseamstress.blogspot.com
About Site - I’m Shannon, a Montreal-based science student with a passion for sewing, knitting, and vintage fashion. I’ve been sewing since I was about six years old, but I only ever sewed I sporadically throughout my childhood and early teenage years, usually sewing clothes that I never ended up wearing.
Site - trishstitched.com
About Site - Trish is a handbag designer, blogger, and the petite seamstress behind Trish Stitched. Trish makes and sells bags on Etsy, and makes clothing for her under 5′ frame. Trish went to school for Fashion, Costume Design and Business and now sews in her little Hoboken, NJ studio and works on her parents’ farm. She loves color, floral prints, and buttons.
Site - sewingontheedge.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a mother, a new grandmother, and a teacher. But whatever happens in my life, I keep sewing. I have worked as a political communicator and now as a teacher in my formal life. I have also written extensively on sewing. I have been a frequent contributor and contributing editor of Threads magazine and I write a monthly humour/sewing column for the Australian magazine Dressmaking with Stitches.
Site - cluelessseamstress.co.uk
About Site - Hi, I'm Leigh. I'm a newbie seamstress in South Wales stumbling my way through teaching myself to sew. I blog here about my successes, failures and everything in between.
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Site - ladysewalot.blogspot.com
About Site - Hi, I’m Lauren. I’m 20 and live in London. I love to sew, and I started this blog in order to document my projects and hopefully the progress I make with my sewing abilities. I'm currently doing a degree in costume production!
About Site - I'm Mady and I'm a self-taught seamstress and knitter. This is my journey towards a handmade wardrobe! I discovered the mind-blowing sewing blogosphere and I never stopped sewing since. Making things is my therapy and my goal is to one day have a wardrobe full of handmade clothes. I love learning new things and techniques, and sharing my passion with other lovely like-minded people out there.
Site - theggfilesblog.wordpress.com
About Site - Gloria Glamont is a Toronto woman of a ‘certain’ age who writes women’s fiction and business books. She is deeply interested in fashion, but mostly style, which as anyone knows is not the same thing.
Site - gwenstellamade.wordpress.com
About Site - Hi, I’m Gwen. This a Singapore-based vintage style and handmade blog. Keep scrolling for vintage-inspired outfits, as well as sewing and other craft projects! This blog is all about my vintage style and sewing projects. Stay a little while and you might find something you like!
Site - seecarmensew.com
About Site - Carmen is a self-taught seamstress who discovered the joy of sewing on a whim while in law school. Needing a study break, she bought her first sewing machine from Wal-Mart and taught herself how to sew a tote bag. Soon thereafter she was buying sewing books and taking local community education classes.
About Site - Natasha, 26, is from the DC Metro area. Natasha started sewing in 2013 after losing a significant amount of weight. Instead of throwing out the majority of her wardrobe that no longer fit, she decided she would alter and transform what she already had. With two gifted sewing machines and internet tutorials, her basic alterations have transformed into an ever-growing love for sewing patterns.
About Site - A sewing adventure from a little corner of Wensleydale. Well hello! I’m Kate and you’re most likely to find me making things, all the things, in a little village in Wensleydale. That is, of course, when I’m not running about after my fabulous little girl.
About Site - I have four beautiful kids - two little girls and two littler boys. I began knitting while single, and dreamed of sewing my own clothes, but thought it was too hard. Then, while pregnant with my oldest daughter, I sewed a set of 12 cloth wipes. That was in 2009 and I haven't looked back.
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Site - misskayseamstress.co.uk/blog
About Site - At Miss Kay Seamstress we have a combined experience of 50 years in bridal wear, professional and very friendly, many of our brides mention that their fittings were one of their favourite occasions on the run up to their big day. Get a truly luxurious and bespoke alteration experience for Bridal and Special Occasion ladies wear.
About Site - I'm Marta and I like to pretend I know how to sew. Some of the clothes I made are even wearable! I live in Wellington but I'm originally from Poland. Welcome to my sewing adventure 🙂
About Site - I am a SAHM who in a former life lived in the big smoke and worked in the fashion industry. I blog about sewing and tricky toddlers and sometimes I have to try really, really hard to remember where I left my sense of humour.
Site - belgianseams.be
About Site - In 2013 I decided it was time to set up camp in my own little corner of the wonderful online sewing community. I thought it would be a good idea to blog to help me both log my dressmaking exploits and pattern cutting pursuits, as well as keep track of important tips, tricks and techniques I learn along the way.
About Site - A place to contribute, exchange ideas and find further info on the LDC group on Meetup. Here you will find sewing dressmaking patterns tutorials blog dress, skirt, jacket, coat garments & clothes fitting.