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3 ways to think about storing your fabric.
These ideas will make it easy for you to get dressed in the morning, and you’ll only sew clothes you love to wear.
A 7-step process for keeping your sewing space clean, organized, and tidy.
Fabric ideas, fitting details, and tips for sewing this month’s Seamwork patterns.
Follow these 3 simple steps to get energized about your next sewing project. By Jennifer Wiese.
We’re celebrating 100 episodes of Seamwork Radio by answering your most frequently asked questions.
Tips for making sure you cut your fabric on the grainline.
How can you make your clothes look less homemade and more polished?
Learn how to find the grainline, why it matters, and what happens if you cut fabric off-grain.
These are our go-to woven and knit fabrics for sewing clothing.
Dear Jenny: How do I start wearing prints?
How to identify burnout and boredom and use your creative practice to move past both.
Fabric ideas, fitting details, and tips for sewing this month's Seamwork patterns.
All beginners are different, so here's a way to pick patterns that match your skillset.
The ultimate guide to choosing the right type and weight of interfacing.
How to find projects that challenge you without frustrating you.
Dear Jenny 02: How Can I Recover My Confidence After a Sewing Fail?
How to save time and headspace when you're sewing clothes.
Three reasons why you don’t want to skip this step when sewing clothing.
Three kinds of sewing books you need in your library.
Dear Jenny: A sewing advice column for everyone.
You might have sewing goals in mind, but it’s easy to get distracted. Here’s what to do.
Plus two new sizes!
Find out what happens when you don’t pre-wash your fabric before you sew a shirt.
14 different activities for when you're short on time but feel like doing something sewing-related.
Do you really need special presser feet, and which ones should you buy?
4 ways to use sewing to remove stress and not add to it.
Learn how to cut out your pattern pieces to match stripes, plaids, and large prints.
Some of your future sewing projects will fail, so what can you do when you make a mistake?
Sew with these textiles and save fabric from ending up in the landfill.