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Happy National Sewing Machine Day!


In honor of this great day, celebrating the machine that drives our passion for sewing clothes we love to wear, we’re giving away TWO sewing patterns for FREE!

Retro Chic: 11 Women's Sewing Patterns


This week’s patterns from bBurdaStyle magazine are inspired by the American ’50s. Form fitting garments and classic styles in gorgeous pastel colors with a modern take. Make yourself a high-waist pencil skirt with starburst pleats, a classic seersucker blouse, or a pair of leather shorts.

Put a Heart on It


It’s love at first sight! Bright red hearts in glittering fabric take basics up a notch. Read on to see how you can fall back in love with your clothes with DIY hearts.

Smart Looks for Men: 4 Men's Sewing Patterns


The new men’s collection from the June 2016 issue of BurdaStyle magazine features four very different looks for the smart man with style.

6 Dresses You Should Make & Wear This Summer


After what felt like a very long winter, the temperature is now steadily warm and the sun is out! Take a look at six dresses that we can’t wait to make and wear this summer to everything from barbecues to weddings. While dresses are fun to wear, they can sometimes be daunting to make, so make sure to check out our Dressmaking course, which starts today!

Sgt. Pepper: 6 New Women's Sewing Patterns


This collection from the June 2016 issue of BurdaStyle features ’60s style garments including a cool Sgt. Pepper style jacket and flared trousers.

Online Course: Pattern Grading for All Sizes


If you want to be able to alter any size sewing pattern to fit your body, join Mary Danielson in this 6 week live-course! Starts today!

DIY Petal Appliqué


No need to go to the florist – you can now make the loveliest flowers yourself and add them to your garments! See the DIY below and download the petal pattern.

Southwestern Summer: 12 New Women's Sewing Patterns


This collection is from the 06/2012 issue, and one of our favorites! Inspired by western clothing, these patterns are casual and perfect for everyday wear. From delicate lace to denim and leather, you can choose to make yourself a cool summer dress or a hip leather vest with fringe. All instructions have been updated into new format, see them all below…

Design Your Own Fabric


I refreshed my fabric design skills and went into our Fabric Design with Illustrator & Photoshop course to design myself a new print for a summery top! Read on to see my print and what pattern I plan on making with it. You also have until June 4th to join in on this session, reserve your spot here to learn from Lauren Dahl.

Super Sweet: 8 New Women's Sewing Patterns


These smart wardrobe choices from the June 2016 issue of BurdaStyle in candy colors and with playful sixties details are making us feel more feminine than ever.

DIY Added Straps


Two’s a charm with straps and in this DIY we will show you how to transform basic tops into runway inspired looks!

Summer Child: 6 New Children's Sewing Patterns


So stylish and practical, these children’s sewing patterns from the June 2016 issue of BurdaStyle are sewn with easy-care fabrics and in cheery tropical prints that are ideal for all sorts of adventures.

How to Sew a Centered Zipper


I feel as though as soon as I learned how to sew an invisible zipper, I kinda exclusively sewed those in my projects. But I remember way back when I started to sew, I first learned how to sew a centered zipper before any other type of zipper! I do run into issues from time to time when I have a thicker fabric or I just have no invisible zippers lying around and I want to finish my project right then. Read on to see the video on how to sew a centered zipper, for me this was a great refresher!

Wedding Gowns: Design and Sewing Course


Often I hear that creating a wedding gown is: “very difficult”, “hard-to-learn” and “demands many-years of experience, special education and unique talents”. People say, “It took me 3-4 weeks to make one wedding dress”, “I have to do a lot of fitting tests, torturing my client and myself” or “drafting a pattern is the hardest thing I’ve ever done!”


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