Scraptember has come and gone, but what a month it was! Thanks to everyone who shared their creations in the Sewcialists flickr pool. I’m excited to share them in today’s round-up! Tops: A print and solid Polly top from Claire A pieced blouse from Sophie, who made this awesome schematic of her scrap sources. … More Annnnd that’s a scrap: the Scraptember round-up
With a full weekend (plus a few days!) left in September, I thought I’d share a few ideas in case you’re planning a little scrap fun this weekend! 1. Sort your scraps If you’re anything like me, your scraps are stored in an undignified, dusty heap of a bin. I may or may not cross my fingers that … More Tips for sewing with scraps
Some of the most creative projects I’ve seen in my years of sewing and blogging have been made from scraps. I’m super excited to share a few of them with you today! Carolyn, sewer extraordinaire who blogs at Handmade by Carolyn, has made quite a few scrappy projects since I’ve been following her blog. Recently, she … More Scrappy inspiration seen ’round blogland
Greetings, Sewcialists! Morgan here, kicking off Scraptember. The theme this month is simple: use those fabric scraps that we all have to sew up something beautiful and useful! Creating projects from scraps is a fantastic (and cheap!) way to get creative with colors, textures and shapes. Here are a few of my inspirations for this month: These … More Kicking off Scraptember!