Sewing Shortcuts are a Lifesaver to Seamstresses Short on Time!

| February 5, 2015

When a deadline for doing a sewing job is very near, shortcuts can mean the difference between it being wise or foolish for an expert or novice to undertake the project.  For those who dislike detail or those whose temperaments demand that a project must go quickly, shortcuts can mean the difference between continued interest or giving […]

Thursday Tips

| September 2, 2010

We’re going to be starting a new category here at SewingBusiness entitled “Thursday Tips”.  We’re collecting sewing and craft tips from everywhere to pass along to our readers, and we’d love to have you send in your favorite tips as well to pass along. Today’s tip is no surprise — September is National Sewing Month, […]

How To Make Reversible Kitchen Appliance Covers

| October 27, 2008

Just in time for projects I was wanting to make — covers for my kitchen appliances!  And this tutorial tells how to make them reversible — this comes to us from SarahSews blog via SewMamaSew blog.  Try these and let us know how you do!Reversible Appliance Cover Tutorial can be adapted for just about any […]

When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Sewing!

| October 24, 2008

Many businesses and individuals are struggling in the current tough economy, but sewing shops, classes and businesses appear to be expanding in response. Classes are full at Nancy’s Sewing Basket in Seattle, Washington. “Now, all of a sudden, we have all these requests for classes,” said Tamera Fidler, manager of the shop, which opened in the […]