No Plus Size Patterns For Children Under Age 6??? Wait A Minute!!!

| July 12, 2012

While doing some research for a video we’re doing regarding our Plus Size Children patterns and classes, we found some very disturbing information.  First of all, did you know that there are NO, I repeat NO, commercial patterns or clothing for plus size, overweight or obese children under the age of 6?  Are you also […]

Have You Seen All The New Patterns?

| May 16, 2012

Patterns That Fit You has a new look now and TONS of new patterns and pattern making classes added.  If you haven’t visited the site in awhile you really need to check it out.  For those in the sewing and craft business, there are a lot of patterns for items that would make great craft […]

Website Review: Fabrics.net Your Complete Fabric Destination

| October 15, 2009

Fabrics.net has been online since August 1997 and they cater to a targeted niche that includes sewing enthusiasts, small and large fabric stores, small and large manufacturers, and hobbyists and students doing research.  The goal of the site is to be a complete fabric destination so Fabrics.net has been compiling information about fabrics, trims, care, […]

Website Review of ByKidsOnly.com

| May 19, 2009

ByKidsOnly.com is a beautifully designed website full of bright, kid-friendly colors and designs, that was created to allow kids to express themselves through fashion.  The site encourages kids to design their own fashions and upload them to the site for others to vote on their favorite designs, like the one pictured here by Shira, age 12.This […]

Another Neat Place to Print Your Own Fabric!

| May 14, 2009

Fabric On Demand is another great place where you can have fabric printed with your own designs.  Their exciting new service will custom print any design you can imagine on your choice of five different fabrics – 100% cotton, poly / cotton broadcloth (35% cotton / 65% polyester), fleece, cotton duck and micro-denier suede.  They […]

Print Your Own Fabric Designs On Demand

| March 24, 2009

Quite often I have outfits in my mind that I want to make for myself or for the kids, but I can’t find the fabric that I’m picturing in my head.  Then along comes Spoonflower with the ingenious idea of printing fabric on demand based on the customer’s design.The current handmade revolution is evident everywhere […]

Website Review of Aimee LaLiberte’s StyleForGrace.com

| November 6, 2008

As a child Aimee LaLiberte’s passion for sewing was encouraged by her mother, then later in life her husband bought her a sewing machine for a wedding present. While LaLiberte was pregnant with her daughter she began searching for unique girl’s clothes but didn’t have much luck.  That was when her love of sewing truly came to […]

Website Review of the Spoonful of Sugar Blog

| August 12, 2008

A Spoonful Of Sugar is a great blog run by Lisa and Sarah Cox, a mother and daughter team (40 something and 11 years) who love all things crafty, baking, reading, movies and chocolate.  Lisa says “we just love to sew, craft and bake and decided to start a blog together to share our sewing […]

We Squidoo, Do You?

| July 29, 2008

SKWID-OO, n. v., adj., addiction: 1) thousands of people creating a handbuilt catalog of the best stuff online. 2) a free and fun way to make your own page and get traffic and online word of mouth and Google juice. 3) a place to find what you’re looking for, fast.Squidoo.com is a sort of social […]

Website Review of Modern Sewing, Inc.

| July 15, 2008

I used to be a big fan of Modern Sewing, Inc., they had this really neat master CD you could get that had hundreds of patterns for men, women and children on it and you could plug in your measurements then print the patterns.  You paid for the number of prints, all the different pattern […]