Sewing books are an excellent resource, no matter where you are on your sewing journey. Here’s my 100% subjective take on the best sewing books to check out.
Many people who want to learn to sew end up quitting because it’s “too hard.” Here’s my hot take: You can learn to sew with the right mindset.
I’m burned out. You might be too. Here’s how burnout is affecting me personally and creatively, and what I hope to change.
The Posie knit top is a nice intro to Style Arc patterns if you’re scared about their terse instructions. Here’s my take, mistakes included.
Making it through 2020 is an achievement in itself. Congratulations! Here’s a 2020 recap that (hopefully) won’t make you cry: A roast and toast to the things I’ve made this year.
The sewing community loves its little catchphrases and sewing-related puns. I’m not one of them. One that’s caught my attention and ire is how casually people throw around “sewing is my therapy.”
I’m late to the Emerson pants game, but you know what’s always relevant? Trying to fit pants on a petite pear body. Can petite pears wear cropped culottes? Yes.
I’ve been on the hunt for a slouchy button-up shirt pattern, so I decided to give McCall’s M8001 a shot. Here’s my review.
Have you ever felt like your vision of what you’d like your style to be doesn’t match what you actually own in your closet? Get your sewing life right with this Airtable sewing planner.
After binge-watching Netflix’s Next in Fashion, I fell in love with Minju Kim and Angel Chen’s designs. I decided try to add a dash of their aesthetic to my closet by sewing the Saraste top from Named.