Well hiya Sewcialists. It’s me, Sue. My sewing blog, A Colourful Canvas, is my primary Internet residence, but for today I’m all kinds of happy to be hanging out with you here at Sewcialists HQ. My brick and mortar life has me living in Vancouver, Canada where I share life and love with a techie husband … More Five Ways TNT Patterns Positively Impact Sewing Skills and Design Aesthetic
Hello Sewcialists! It’s Meg, of Cookin’ of Craftin’, coming at you with a round-up of some of the Sewcialists’ favorite TNT (tried ’n’ true) patterns! In honor of TNT Month, we thought it might be valuable to pull together some of the patterns that Sewcialists have identified as TNTs. (Ok, fine, it includes several of my … More An *Epic* Round-Up of TNT Patterns!
Hi Sewcialists! Gillian here, to talk about the TNTs that go under everything else! Ask anyone who sews underwear, lingerie, bras or other underpinnings, and I bet they rely on TNTs. Using the same pattern over and over makes a lot of sense when you either need to focus on fit (as in bramaking) or … More Undergarment TNTs!
Hey there! I’m Heather “Feather” from the sewing blog, Feathers Flights. I started blogging about six years ago when I became a new mom. I started sewing in high school because I wanted to be unique. I sewed in college because that was my major and job. I sewed as a young mom out of … More 8 Simple Pattern Alterations for TNT Patterns!
Hi Sewists, November will see TnT (Tried and Tested) Month for the Sewcialists so I wanted to share my Tried and Tested shirt and blouse patterns to give you an insight into my experiences with the patterns. These are just some of the patterns I have tried over the course of the year ,but if … More Emma’s Tried and True Blouses and Shirts!
Everyone knows about the mythical unicorn, how uber-cool they are and how they appear on everything from notebooks to cushions these days (yay!). A well-known aspect of the unicorn is that they are difficult to catch. This neatly sums up how I feel about finding a Tried and True (TNT) pattern that is actually useful. … More Catching the Unicorn
Hello, I’m Melissa from the blog mahlicadesigns. I’m a stay at home parent of a charming and adorable five year old boy, I work part time for an insurance agent, and I sew as much as I can in my free time. I started my sewing journey as a quilter and transitioned to sewing garments in … More Becoming a TNT convert