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Create a lush, modern floral by scanning three-dimensional flowers.
An investigation into where our fabric comes from. By Heather Lewenza.
Flowery fabrics tell the story of an evolving notion of femininity through the decades. By Piper Springs.
Sewing has radically changed my body image in ways I never could have imagined. By Jenny Rushmore.
Grab a cup of coffee and shop for dreamy fabrics in this creative northwestern city.
Learn to create French darts from a basic block. By Devon Iott.
Keep your skin fresh and moisturized with an ultra-natural toner mist. By Christine Power.
What gives the floral print such enduring appeal?
Where to get fabric, supplies, and recommended additional reading for this issue.
This month, we looked for lightweight knits for the Aberdeen top and sturdy mix-and-match fabrics for the reversible Osaka skirt.
The crafts of knitting, crochet, and sewing merge in this slinky dress from the 1960s.
We show you how to sew this classic neckline—and how to draft your own.
You can make almost any garment work both ways by making a few smart choices.
A visit to a Tennessee farm reveals the miraculous processes that turn fleece to fabric. By Devon Iott.
Make the most of your patterns by learning how to vary your fabric choices for any time of year.
Create a shoulder yoke from a simple bodice pattern. By Devon Iott.
Mix up your own lavender rose milk bath. By Christine Power.
Artists, designers, and products that are inspiring us this month
March is a time for transitions and change.
This month, we hunted for wide stretch lace you could use to create our new bralette.
Take a look at the sturdy construction of a 1950s bullet bra.
The centuries-old techniques used to create marbled papers can be used at home to make gorgeous silks, cottons, and more. By Sarai Mitnick.
Alyssa Woods of VAVA Lingerie shares her tips for making wise fabric choices when sewing your own undergarments.
Finding elastic to match your lingerie fabric can be a pain. Learn how to create custom colors at home. By Madalynne Flanigan.
Each part plays a role in this essential undergarment. Understanding those roles is the first step in making your own. By Norma Loehr.
From sheer silk chiffon to sturdy nylon, here's how to find dream fabrics for your next undergarment.
Growing up means navigating your own path between beauty and comfort.
Take a closer look at the stitching inside the garments of yesteryear.
Each month, we order samples to find lovely fabrics to go with our patterns. Here are some of our favorites.