Piping is a great way to add interest to a seam and to make your style lines extra special. Even though it looks complicated to do, it’s in fact quite simple and with the right technique and tools, it’s easily achievable.
Addicted to fabric? Us too! Even if you have the biggest and most out of control stash possible, tame it with our super useful tags (and they are free too!). Conveniently organise all your beautiful fabrics and say hello to a brand new tidied sewing room.
This week, Makers from all around the world will be joining forces to support the Fashion Revolution! The goal of this movement? Bring awareness and gain greater transparency for the fashion supply chain by asking brands and manufacturers how and by whom your clothes were made. Want to help fuel the revolution? Read on!
One final and crucial step before wearing your creation: hemming. While it can seem like a last bothersome step, you don't want to rush it as the result can really make a difference in the final look of the garment. So, today we'll talk about how you can easily hem stretch fabric garments and get perfect results every time!
Stretch or knit fabrics are by nature elastic which can make them scary or difficult to work with at first. However clothes made with them produce the most comfortable garments you'll ever make. This post will give you a few simple tips and tricks to help you become the queen of comfy wardrobe in no time!
When you only have a short amount of time to spare, complicated techniques can take the fun out of garment making. Finishing a neckline is usually one of these headache inducing tasks but with the clean finish binding method, no more frustration. Your necklines will be perfect every single time!