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Dear Jenny: A sewing advice column for everyone.
Sustainability, hand-sewing, and zero-waste patterns are at the heart of this maker’s creative business.
Follow this simple exercise to sketch the outfits you love to wear the most.
In our global sewing community, we need culturally diverse pattern names. By Katiusca Guzman.
What can you make with fashion’s enduring love of British wool? By Jess Lucas.
Four women on the benefits of pursuing fiber art in retirement. By Sara Berkes.
This small island has three fabric stores to satisfy your quilting, crafting, and garment-making needs. By Noelle Fujii-Oride.
Get inspired by these finished Seamwork projects.
The fast fashion industry is a behemoth—so radicalize your sewing practice. By Brittany Archibald.
Getting inspired by Welsh tapestry. By Jess Lucas.
Connecting with my Filipino culture by learning how to sew terno. By Nicole Angeline.
What is it about cosplay that is so entrancing—why do people want to transform themselves into someone else? By Meg Stively.
Did Queen Elizabeth Love Embroidery? By Jess Lucas.
My fabric has right and wrong sides, and so does my professional life. By Maria Claudia Brigido.
Hacking patterns and my brain: Tricks for neurodivergent makers. By Niko Prytula.
Have you listened to the Asian Sewist Collective podcast yet? By Nicole Angeline.
There’s a group of makers who no longer have to print, tape, and cut paper patterns. By Nastasia Morris.
From mixing prints to finding your favorite colors, these designers understand the role that textiles have in self-expression.
Bianca Springer elevates a small but necessary sewing tool into something artistic and inspirational. By Lori Caldwell.
With our differing worldviews, sewing is our common thread. By Elizabeth Endicott.
This non-profit connects the modern quilting community across all colors, ages, genders, and backgrounds. An interview by Lori Caldwell.
Distinguishing between the two is not always easy. Here are some of the nuances. By Noelle Fujii-Oride.
An interview with swimsuit expert and PDF patternmaker, Tommie Hernández. By Karla Menéndez.
At the intersection of fantasy and reality, Lilly Pulitzer and Key West Hand Print Fabrics turn happiness and sunshine into couture. By Cindy Massre.
My bittersweet experience sewing clothing for an evergrowing child. By Thao Thai.
Candice Cox creates goods influenced by the modern African Diaspora and Cosmic Geometry. An interview by Lori Caldwell.
In the final part of this series, we’ll examine how gendered language affects inclusivity in the sewing community. By Emilia Bergoglio.
The joy of making never slips from your hands—as long as you continue to reach for it. By Lori Caldwell.
In part two of this series, we’ll explore the history of the gender binary in clothing. By Emilia Bergoglio.