My crafting, like my feminism, is intersectional

My crafting, like my feminism, is intersectional. No pieces of who I am or what I create exists without the others. My blackness is in every loop on my knitting needles, my queerness infused into the hemlines of my me-made garments; my whiteness, my understanding of how to balance myself between cultures that both belong … More My crafting, like my feminism, is intersectional

Who We Are: Living with Pain or Chronic Illness

Editor’s note: Now that TNT month is over, we’ll be posting a few “Who We Are” posts while we start planning in the background for February’s theme month! We’ll announce the theme in early January! We asked the community to share their experiences of being a sewist living with pain, chronic illness, or health concerns. … More Who We Are: Living with Pain or Chronic Illness

The Final TNT Month Instagram Round Up! Nov 28 – Nov 30th

Hi Sewcialists! TNT month is officially over, here is the round-up of those last makes, shared just under the nick of time for our TNT challenge. I’m Isa (@isaribeiro1), and I blog at Uma Crafter Portuguesa com Certeza. I confess to not being able to finish my TNT challenge in time, as I’m writing my Cheyenne … More The Final TNT Month Instagram Round Up! Nov 28 – Nov 30th

TNT Month Instagram round up: Nov 21- 27

  Hi Sewcialists! Welcome to the last weekly round-up of patterns for this quarter’s TNT theme. I’m Melissa from mahlicadesigns, (@mahlicadesigns) and it’s been so fun to gather together the variety of TNT projects that have been posted on Instagram this week under the hashtag #sewcialistsTNT. If we missed you, it may be because you … More TNT Month Instagram round up: Nov 21- 27