Sewing Blogs

The best sewing blogs to learn how to sew, find free clothing patterns, and helpful step-by-step tutorials. There’s advice on creating a sustainable wardrobe, slow fashion tips for the family, and DIY home decor like quilting, cushions, & curtains.

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Craft Gossip +

Craft Gossip has been sharing crafts, patterns, and DIY content since 2007 and is considered one of the best blogs on all things crafty. You’ll find knitting, sewing, crocheting, and quilting ideas. As well as DIY decorations for Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and lots more.

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    Lia Griffith +

    Lia Griffith is a designer, artist & blogger who shares her exquisite paper flower designs and craft projects. You’ll also find tips & tutorials on making felt animals & gifts, macrame, and upcycling. As well as kid’s crafts, DIY wedding decor, holiday decorations, and how to make beautiful invitations.

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      Skip To My Lou +

      Skip To My Lou is a wonderful arts & craft blog, full of free patterns, DIY decorating for special occasions, homemade gift ideas, kid’s crafts, and delicious recipes. You’ll also find tips on hosting great parties, household and traveling advice, as well as giveaways & freebies.

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        Sew Liberated +

        Sew Liberty is all about slow fashion, stylish sustainability, and enjoying the art of making your own clothes as an act of self-care. Meg McElwee shares sewing patterns, tutorials, and an online course called the Mindful Wardrobe Project, which aims to heal women’s relationships with clothing.

        Crafts By Amanda +

        Crafts By Amanda is a beautiful craft blog for both adults & kids. She shares all sorts of projects like holiday and seasonal crafts, home decor designs, gardening ideas, and candle making. You’ll also find free printables, tutorials, and a free craft book for making Christmas ornaments.

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          Suzy Quilts +

          If you’re a total newbie to quilting, Suzy Quilts has a Quilting 101 guide that will teach you everything you need to start. For more seasoned sewers there are modern quilt patterns, sewing tutorials, design inspiration for the modern quilter, as well as sewing product reviews, and how-tos.

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            Craft Gawker +

            Craft Gawker is a platform sharing all sorts of crafting and DIY ideas from a variety of creative blogs. It’s easy to search through their huge category list for inspiration. And you’ll find heaps of ideas for projects like upcycling, clay & pottery, needlework, invitations, holiday decor, and so much more.

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              Diary of a Quilter +

              Amy is a dedicated mom, wife, and quilter who has been blogging since 2008. As well as documenting her own quilting, she also shares easy-to-follow tutorials and how-to videos for guidance. You’ll find inspiration for all sorts of beautiful DIY home decor ideas, as well as fab holiday crafts.

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                Sew Sweetness +

                Sara is a mom, blogger, and a generational sewer, who learned the skill from her mother & grandmother. She’s actually a lover of all sorts of craftsy projects, but sewing is her favorite. On her blog, you’ll find sweet encouragement, free patterns, tutorials, and pattern-making hacks.

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                  Oonaballoona +

                  Actress, singer, and writer Marcie Harriell also loves the wonderful hobby of sewing and shares her inspiration on her blog Oonaballoona. Learn how she transforms garments with wild fabric combinations and whacky trims that work perfectly for those who like to make a statement.

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