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Inspired by April showers this fun, easy to wear hooded dress with lined hood and turn back cuffs is an adorable children’s make.
A modern take on the tradition Log Cabin block, the design of this cushion is great for using up scraps. Use bold prints or pretty plains to suit your décor.
Get ready for spring and make Portland, a cute flirty top with cut away shoulders and a high neck with tie back.
Ives is a simple but stylish shift dress with a hemline inspired by shirting. Quick to make, it is perfect for practicing useful skills such as inserting an invisible zipper, introducing sleeves and shirt hemming techniques. Watch these useful video tutorials to ensure you achieve professional results.
Little girl’s love dressing up and with this pretty crown and wing set they can flutter away to the wonderful world of make believe.
These storage boxes are wonderfully to simple make and perfect for storing all your sewing and non-sewing goodies.
Get help making your Ava Skirt with Made to Sew's fantastic range of YouTube tutorials. From marking the fabric to sewing pleats and inserting an invisible zipper this handy playlist will ensure you achieve the perfect finish.
A classic understated stylish t-shirt dress with boat neck and slightly staggered vented hemline.
Created using old baby grows this gorgeous little bear makes a lovely keepsake with memories in each piece of the bear.
These pretty flower brooches are the perfect finishing touch to an extra special outfit.
This gorgeous appliquéd hoop, with its adorable retro typewriter, would make the perfect Valentine’s gift for that special person in your life.
StephieAnn creates luxurious silk lingerie inspired by British poetry. Launched in 2014 by founder and designer Stephanie Ann Woolven, each piece is carefully handmade in the Welsh Valleys using couture techniques in the softest silk.
Jessie Fincham is a quilter and hugely passionate about quilt-making in all forms. In particular, she has a real love for the traditional piecing technique of English Paper Piecing.
We meet Janet Bolton and find out more about how she uses fabric, needle and thread to create stunning and unique works of art. Janet is an author and teacher, but first and foremost is an artist. In Janet’s own words, she creates ‘textile pictures using the simplest of hand sewing techniques’.
Kate and Rachel launched their new sewing community website The Fold Line in 2015. An instant hit with sewers and bloggers, it has become the go-to web resource for all sewers; from those who love to make their own clothes to embroiderers, toy makers – in fact anyone who loves fabric and thread!
Decorate your home for the festive season with this cute Christmas embroidered picture. It is a good way to use up those little scraps of Christmas fabrics left over from other projects, is quick to make and very effective.
This roomy bag has a wide strap which makes it extra comfortable to carry around on your shoulder.
This pretty summer T- shirt would delight any little girl. It is super easy to make.
This kindle sleeve is both pretty and useful. Choose a large, pretty button to compliment your fabric.
This gorgeous appliqued hoop, with its adorable retro typewriter, would make the perfect valentine’s gift for that special person in your life.