Seamwork

Seamwork Issue 1

December, 2014

Trying something new is one of life’s greatest pleasures.

Bridal designer Elizabeth Dye shares her tips for letting sumptuous materials and your own intuition guide you.

Pendleton fabrics are still milled in America. Author Susan Beal takes a look inside this historic company’s production today.

Festoon your skirts with garlands of embroidered snowflakes, using just a few simple stitches.

Madalynne Flanigan shows you how to design with, purchase, and sew with rhinestones

Create a customized bag by painting on leather and faux leather. Use any of these three methods to make a bag that’s completely unique.

Create a handmade bag, then customize it with hardware

Make professional-looking bags with this gorgeous piece of hardware.

Whip up a warm wool cardigan without spending months knitting when you sew with sweater knits.

A simple gown from the 1910s shows off its smallest details.

A one hour clutch for your next special occasion.

The fashionable workhorse tote you can take anywhere.

An easy to sew, versatile cardigan for every season.

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