Another weekend has come. We’ve had a busy week and it’s nice to have the weekend. As always, the blog world was overflowing with sewing goodness. Here are some posts you won’t want to miss. And don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest as well!
The Elisalex sew along has started over on By Hand London.
But if you’ve been wanting to make a triangle quilt then you’ll want to join the Triangle Quiltalong over on My Poppet.
This dress by groovybaby and mama is one of my favorites ever.
Though there are tons of adorable Spring Fever Dress remixes over on Me Sew Crazy.
This is not your ordinary polkadot quilt at Diary of a Quilter.
Stop what you’re doing and see this Metamorphosis dress by Running with Scissors. Go now.
These pants are what is right about sewing for boys. Elsie Marley picked the perfect fabrics for an amazing pattern.
You know how some vintage patterns are awesome and some are the most bizarre things you’ve ever seen? Simple Simon & Co. are having a party for those ugly old patterns and sewing them up to prove t hat you can’t judge a pattern by it’s cover.
Grainline is sharing her favorite fusibles so if you’re into garment sewing you’ll probably be interested in this.
The Make This Look miniseries on The Train To Crazy this week inspired us to want to sew for ourselves.
You know when you’re sewing and something goes wrong with the stitches and you can’t quite get it right? Madelynne had that problem this week too.
Of course, maintaining your machines can help eliminate some problems. Zilredloh shows you how to clean out your serger fuzz. I need to do this.
If you’ve wondered about sewing from Japanese pattern books then you’ll want to check out next week’s series at You and Mie.
If you’re looking for a quick project, this grocery bag holder tutorial at In Color Order looks simple.
If you’re looking for a good pullover pattern that works well for boys and girls go see If Only They Would Nap’s Submarine Pullover.