Spring is the season of rejuvenation and regeneration! So why not start fresh on some new spring sewing projects perfect for the season? Flowers, bunnies, carrots, and baby chicks are themes that make for some super cute projects. Give these projects as a handmade gift, or keep them for yourself as there is a project
As we near the end of 2018, National Sewing Circle is looking back at what videos and articles our community has found most useful. We’ve rounded up our top 7 most popular videos and articles, picked by YOU. Read below to see the best of 2018. 1. Pajama Pants Pattern Who doesn’t love getting cozy
I am a new owner/user of a serger. I want to entirely use a serger to make my next project, specifically learning to sew and cut off fabric using the 1/2″ seam. Is there an easy way for me to edit the instructions so they are 100% serger friendly? Or maybe the serger instructions are available somewhere else?
For many of us, Halloween sneaks up too quickly to have been able to create an intricate costume. However, it’s still way more fun to make your own outfit rather than purchase one in a store. A DIY Halloween costume tends to be more budget friendly, hold up better (well… depending on your skill), and
I have sewn all my buttonholes using my machine, and now need to sew the buttons using the foot that came with my machine. How can I make sure the buttons are accurately placed to correctly line up with the buttonholes?
There’s a bag for every occasion, and we’ve got you covered on the patterns! Learn how to sew all kinds of bags at every skill level with the 10 patterns we’ve provided below. National Sewing Circle is also happy to feature some awesome bloggers from the sewing community in this article, including: Sew Much Ado, Sew What Alicia, MellySews, Ohoh Deco, and Life Sew Savory. So, start scrolling and see which bag pattern best fits your needs!
Are you new to sewing or just looking for some simple sewing projects? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite free and easy sewing projects just for you! These projects are great to make and give as gifts, or even just for yourself. You’ll learn different tips and techniques with each project to help you become a better sewer. Learn how to sew with different fabrics, incorporate a zipper, and maybe even re-purpose some materials you may have laying around the house.
Did you miss May’s LIVE event? Catch the full recap here with the wonderfully talented Nicki LaFoille. Nicki answers your quilting questions live in this fun, interactive, and informative Q&A.
Join us for another installment in our NSC LIVE series with the wonderfully talented Nicki LaFoille to answer all your sewing questions in this interactive and informative Q&A.
When it comes to sewing projects, you can make something for just about any room in your house. Cushions and curtains for your living room. Bathmats and washcloths for the bathroom. Toys and blankets for your children’s room. But what about the kitchen? We’ve compiled a list of 6 of our favorite projects to sew for the kitchen to give you some inspiration. Sew for yourself or give them as gifts, as these projects are sure to be instant favorites!