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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.
Have you ever wondered how you can make sewing feel more fun?
Our favorite paper for tracing and making flat pattern adjustments.
This month, sew everything you need for a springtime adventure.
Why do some of your clothes go unworn, and how can you get more wear out of the things you sew?
Ideas for wrangling and storing all of your printed pattern pieces.
Sustainability, hand-sewing, and zero-waste patterns are at the heart of this maker’s creative business.
A list of online fabric stores across the world.
12 tips to help you buy and use fabric, so you feel good about your fabric stash.
Is there a big difference between more affordable and more expensive fabrics?
Sewing is a body-centric activity, so how can you keep making clothes when your body changes?
The Katiusca top and Max pants are designed to complement each other.
Learning about weight and drape makes it easier to find the right fabric online.
Your guide to fabric shopping through the streets of Brussels—plus a special interview with local shop, Atelier Moondust. By Anne-Laure de Harlez.
Spring up your style this season with the Bud Shacket. By Farrah Dodson.
If you’re ready to upgrade your sewing toolbox—or play with some specialty notions—use this framework to justify the expense.
Clever, thoughtful ways to save money and make the most of your sewing budget.
A look at the cost of materials, time, and ethics of home-sewn and ready-to-wear clothing.
Clever ideas (and a free download) to help you set up, track, and maintain a budget for your sewing.
Don’t like the neckline on your sewing pattern? Here’s how to change it.
How to sew (and wear) the new Lex sweatshirt.
How to sew (and wear) the new Bud shacket.
After 88 issues, we’re changing formats, but this is so that we can bring you even more sewing every month.
Layer up in effortless style this season with these versatile Seamwork patterns. By Farrah Dodson.
Alyx Jacobs rescues clothes by mending well-loved textiles to give them new life. By Taylor Pruitt.