The revival in sewing has connected women of all generations.
Make a cleansing and soothing powdered face wash, by Kat Siddle.
Create a sweet peter pan collar variation for Addison, by Anna Aguirre.
Make stylish new garments from existing ones, by Jessica Yen.
The secret is in the folding, by David Page Coffin.
Fashion’s textile tastemaker, by Betsy Blodgett.
The unexpected must-have for all sewists, by Jenny Rushmore.
Use nature’s bounty to create beautiful fabrics, by Aneira Davies.
Reviving a lost skill set, by Betsy Blodgett.
Mix and match patterns for a unique me-made wardrobe.
This month, we looked for lightweight wovens for the Addison top, and heavier, bottom-weight fabrics for the Weston shorts.
Quick tutorials to upgrade your sewing.
An imperfect lap quilt connects three generations of women, by Megan Hippler.
Take a look inside an unconventional 1960s cocktail dress.
Get the inside scoop on fabric and supply shopping in Tokyo, by Jenny Rushmore.
Where to get fabric, supplies, and recommended additional reading for this issue.
Meet the writers, makers, and artists from this month’s issue.