Here’s your 2021 roundup of the best free sewing patterns from top sewing patterns companies around the world. Links are direct to the original patterns for ease of use.
Many plus size people turn to sewing thinking that it will be more inclusive than ready to wear fashion. Sadly this isn’t the case – so many sewing pattern brands only cater to thin/standard sized sewists.
Here’s a round up of all of the plus sized/inclusve sewing pattern companies that I’ve found along my sewing journey.
So, you’ve firmly fallen down the sewing rabbit hole, you’ve got tonnes of patterns, notions, fabric, and you’ve probably got loads of project ideas floating around your head 24/7. But how to you organise it all?
Answer: digitally, with Trello.
A full bicep adjustment is one of the most simple sewing pattern adjustments to make, and is an essential skill in your garment sewing arsenal. Click through to learn how to adjust a basic sleeve pattern.
Some fabrics are notorious for being difficult to sew with. Fleece is one of them. Click through for a few tips for sewing with fleece.
Do you really need to do a Full or Small Bust Adjustment? Or do you simply need to grade out/in at the bust? Click through to find out.
Browsing through Instagram, you get the feeling that sewing is somewhat of a summer sport. Everyone loves, and relishes in making summer dresses, cute tops and flowy skirts.
But now we’re entering Autumn, I thought it was about time I do some research on Autumn/Winter appropriate sewing patterns. Click through for some of my favourites and my own A/W 2020 sewing plans.
Got your eye on a vintage pattern but it’s not in your size? Or maybe your me-made was a tad too small but you don’t want to reprint/repurchase the pattern.
Sizing up or down a pattern is super simple; all you need is your original pattern, some tracing paper, a pencil and a ruler.
Or, how to get three projects out of one duvet cover.
We all want to achieve a professional look on our me-made garments, but not all of us can afford to buy an overlocker/serger.
Luckily, I’ve found a fantastic resource with over 10 ways to finish seams without an overlocker.