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Site - therenegadeseamstress.com
About Site - I’m a busy mom, wife, grandma and teacher who loves to create. I think refashioning and sewing is ridiculously fun. Through this blog, I hope to connect with those of you out there that love sewing as much as I do and possibly inspire a few of you to give it a try.
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 - sweetredpoppy.com
Salt Lake City, UT
About Site - Sewing tutorials for the modern seamstress! It’s a place where I can share my never-ending sewing projects and my love of learning. I’m a fabric addict. (The first step is admitting the problem, right?) I’m a lover of colors, textures, and patterns. I also believe the right outfit can change your perspective on life.
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 - 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.
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 - 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 - 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 - thegeekyseamstress.com
About Site - Welcome to The Geeky Seamstress. On the blog, you'll find full breakdowns of my cosplay builds and wardrobe projects. My portfolio contains additional information on costume builds and theatre work
Site - paccprofessionals.org/blog
About Site - The Association of Sewing & Design Professionals is the Trade association for people that sew professionally. Our members are involved in professional sewing in a variety of garment sewing specialties beyond what is usually thought of as seamstress, dressmaker, or tailoring work: including custom clothing, formal and bridal wear, design, pattern making, tailoring and alterations and more
Site - citystitching.com
los angeles, ca
About Site - Christine Haynes is a Brooklyn-based sewing author, teacher, and pattern designer. She is vintage inspired sewing for the modern seamstress. Christine turned her focus to teaching others to experience the joy of making clothing for themselves through her patterns, books, and workshops.
Site - poppykettle.com
About Site - An Industrial Engineer by day and a Sewing Enthusiast by night – daydreaming of travelling the world in between. This space is for my love affair with all things garment construction. Making beautiful and well-made things to wear, enhancing my fabric stash at every given opportunity, many other sewing blogs for inspiration and appreciation are a few of my favourite things.
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!
About Site - Seamstress fabrics was born out of a love of good quality fabrics. Finding high-end knits with fabulous designs can be a real challenge. So I decided to do the hard work for you and open an online store that showcases beautiful fabrics from around the world. I trust that you will love the beautiful designs I have handpicked as much as I do!
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 - sewisfaction.co.uk/blog
About Site - Sewisfaction is an independent fabric and sewing studio focused on bringing you beautiful dressmaking fabrics, inspiring sewing patterns and unique haberdashery products. We’re also spreading the joy of sewing at our dressmaking classes aimed at complete beginners through to more advanced sewists.
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.
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.
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.
Site - sewbytheseaside.co.uk
About Site - Blog by Samantha. As you might have guessed, I live by the seaside on the the south west coast of Dorset. I love to create, so every chance I get you’ll find me dressmaking, sewing and other creative projects. As well as sharing my makes with you all I’d love to learn about your favourite projects, tips and tricks.
Site - tracyssewingstudio.com
About Site - Passionate about sewing services! Custom garments, costumes, tailoring, fit specialist, sewing blogger, group classes, quality work and timely turnarounds. Our mission is to make my customers happy, do quality work and in a timely fashion. We provide sewing lessons, group parties, and craft nights. We also create custom dresses and offer alterations and limited custom orders.
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 - uandmii.co.uk
About Site - 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?
Site - burkebrewer.org
About Site - Modern Seamstress was created to empower women - to teach them to love their bodies and delight in dressing their bodies. I teach sewing classes for all skill levels and create beautiful, one-of-a-kind garments for myself and others.
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.
Site - musingsofaseamstress.com
About Site - Telling my story one stitch at a time. Here you will find a wide variety of hair bows made from re-purposed scraps of fabrics. All of the proceeds from each and every bow go towards adopting our first child. Here i share my sewing adventures and project ideas with others.
Site - sewforvictory.co.uk
About Site - Sew for Victory is where I document my adventures as an amateur seamstress. Join me as I grapple with the skills and learn to sew vintage clothes!
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.
NY, United States
About Site - Needle and thread never far from hand, Anneliese is a seamstress, blogger and 19th-century living history interpreter at the Genesee Country Village & Museum. She pursues her passions for history and its clothing through costume construction and documents this journey. A sewing blog devoted to the past, present & future of costume.
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 - urbanseamstress.com
London and Kent
About Site - Welcome to Urban Seamstress which is all about my adventures with fabric architecture. I think that I am possibly a frustrated architect deep down, but fortunately, I am sticking to using fabric so no one will be hurt in the making!
Site - compulsiveseamstress.com
About Site - It's a compulsion, I just have to sew, sew, sew! Initially this blog was to be all about pattern cutting & no commercial pattern use was to dare grace its hallowed pages. I hope the main focus will still be me sketching & creating my own patterns, especially as all the people I make for have their own figure quirks, but I am certainly not above using commercial patterns.
About Site - I learned to sew at an early age and I could frequently be found sewing or doing any number of craft activities when I was growing up. My Mum was always sewing clothes and somehow, unconsciously, I just absorbed this knowledge from her. I’ll be posting a couple of times a week sharing my thoughts, successes and hiccups. Hope you’ll join me for the journey…
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.
About Site - My aim of this blog is to not only show pieces of clothing I've made but also to show DIY tutorials, Friday Tips on sewing and I have a bunch of Christmas inspired decorations which I want to post.