Is your sewing room safe? Follow these tips to protect you and your family from potential risks that could be in your sewing room right now.
Summer isn't over yet and there is still time to hit the beach! But, before you go, here is a great swimsuit cover-up that is easy to make and tailor to your style!
You don't need an overlocker to finish seams. Here are great alternative ways to finish seams using your sewing machine.
Adding pearls and studs to fabric is an easy way to decorate your project, whether you are making a jacket, handbag, or a pair of shoes. With the Pearl and Stud Press, it is now easier than ever!
Teaching your kids to sew can be a real joy, but some safety rules should be implemented. Here are the top 6 tips to keep your kids safe while sewing...
Many people are injured every year from accidents, and these accidents can happen in the sewing room as well. Be sure to follow our top sewing safety tips...
As a beginner, figuring out the right way to pin and stitch a seam can be intimidating. Luckily, we have some easy-to-follow tips for the perfect seam...
No matter how long you’ve been sewing for or what level you are at, you can always learn something new. Sewing has been around for far too long for anyone to say that they know everything. Some tips are timeless and are often forgotten by those who sew frequently. Other suggestions will help beginners understand how to best approach their first big project.
In the age of hacks and innovative thinking, sewing is becoming more comfortable and more enjoyable than ever. Here are our top sewing hacks you can start using right away with items from your sewing kit or things laying around the house. Not only can these hacks save you time and frustration, but money too!
Beginning a new hobby requires the proper tools. Here are the essential tools and supplies every beginner needs to start sewing.
Ever wondered about the differences between a home sewing and an industrial sewing machine? Check out our blog, here.
Reaching a plateau on certain sewing projects? Check out these 10 habits all sewers need to learn.
A night out, a day at the beach, or while waiting to get on the next ride at the fair, a summer clutch is perfect for any occasion. This fun project is easy, and it gives beginners the chance to work with sewing a zipper, and if you haven't sewn a zipper before you'll find it surprisingly easy!
Have you wondered how to perform the fabled maintenance that your sewing machine needs? Well, it does require maintenance, and it's rather easy to do yourself. Keep in mind that how often you need to clean your machine will depend on how often you sew, and the fabrics you typically use.
Who else is loving that scrunchies are making a comeback? They're back, they're easy to sew, and you can make a ton of them from fabric scraps you have lying around, making them one of the best crafts. On top of having these easy to sew projects on hand and today's trends on our side, this scrunchie project is also an excellent way to teach children and teens to sew.