Articles By: Sewing School
Sewing is fun!
So I went a little crazy with my Halloween costume this year and made myself into a Minion. I saw Jess’ super cute Bert and Ernie costumes and thought I’d share mine too. There’s actually very little sewing that went into this if you don’t count the (very hot…temperature wise) fleece shirt that I made […]
Start September off on the right foot by organizing your fabric stash.
A guest post by a truly gifted Halloween’er!
I can’t believe October has come and gone. But that means it’s Halloween – my favourite time of year! I’d like to share with you my two latest costumes, which always seem to involve at least a little bit of sewing. Last year I dressed up the one and only Dog the Bounty Hunter. I […]
A collection of questions we’ve been asked in the recent past and our answers. Think you can help? Leave a comment in the comments section and help a sewist out!
West coast textile artist Hillary Webb chats with us about her craft and what’s happening out on the east coast!
We chat with the talented lady behind Ohhh Lulu, a handmade lingerie and apparel business based in Orillia, ON.
In sewing, bias refers to a 45 degree angle from the crosswise or lengthwise grain of the fabric. Cutting fabric on the bias grain will produce a piece of fabric with more flexibility than that cut on the lengthwise or crosswise of the grain. Bias binding is cut this way. It is often used to […]
Wahoo! We’ve turned two! To celebrate we are offering a free desktop background of our Anatomy of the Sewing Machine image.
In honour of the first day of school, we gave a pop quiz to Kate and Liz, the ladies behind Needlework in Hamilton.