One of my New Year's resolutions was to complete 12 sewing classes, and I'm on track (ok, it's less than a month in, but let's focus on the positives!). Since I didn't have a particular project to sew, I started with Sew Quick, Quicker, Quickest: Time-Saving Techniques with Sue Hausmann on Craftsy
Do you love to sew, but really need to organize your home? Why not sew your way to an organized home with these great organizer sewing patterns, tutorials, books and video courses.
Curtains are a surprisingly easy beginner sewing project. Sewing curtains is just lots of long straight stitches, when you know the right supplies to get. Learn to sew curtains with these tips and inspiration.
Wow! Another year almost over, and it's time for reflection on the year gone by, before setting some goals for the year ahead. Threadistry has been steadily growing and my vision is slowly becoming a reality. Thank you all for joining me on this journey!
Each year, when it's time to put up the Christmas tree and decorate the house, I'm filled with joy as I pull out my handmade Christmas decorations. They bring back wonderful memories of Christmases gone by. There are always decorations I've forgotten about and the memories come flooding back. (It also gives me a chance to reflect on how much my sewing has improved!)
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer is absolutely my favourite Christmas song. I can relate to being a little different and people not really understanding me. I didn't have quite as dramatic a moment of finding my place in the world, but I'm so much happier being a part of the sewing community and finding a place to be myself.
So as I look around at my Christmas decorations, I realise I'm not doing enough to celebrate this beautiful icon of Christmas. It's time for me to sew a reindeer, with a red nose of course.
Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with these Christmas Nativity sewing patterns. From finger puppets to quilt nativity scene patterns, start your Christmas sewing now.