What if Wednesday: Learning to Sew

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Hello lovlies!  I’m so excited about today’s What if Wednesday.  After my wonderful weekend visit to CityCraft, I’m ready to finally make the leap to learn to sew.  My mom has signed up to teach me – my first project will be an apron from this Amy Butler book.  Simple, straight lines, nothing too complicated to start with.  Stay tuned for pics of the actual project…for now – enjoy these lovely fabrics I’m considering for the apron!  If it turns out well, what a great handmade gift for the holidays.

Fabrics:  Amy Butler Sunset, Amy Butler Grey Floating Buds, Michael Miller Large Flower Doodle, Michael Miller Ta Dot, Amy Butler Mixed Fabrics.

If you’re inspired to join the sewing movement, here are a few online resources + inspirations:

Amy Butler offers free downloadable patterns here.

Inspiring Fall Sewing projects from Martha Stewart here.

Simple sewing techniques and definitions from Martha Stewart here.

Pre-made sewing kits from Lotta Jansdotter here.

Super-cute (and free!) patterns on Spool Sewing blog here.  Also wonderful fabrics here and patterns here from their online shop.

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2 Responses to “What if Wednesday: Learning to Sew”


  1. 1 rosieroyalty October 28, 2009 at 9:04 am

    Good luck with the sewing!! 🙂
    Thanks for sharing these links!


  1. 1 What if Wednesday: Ready. Set. Sew. « The Someday Blog Trackback on December 9, 2009 at 8:07 am

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