Sewing can be such a rewarding craft because it is so versatile. From clothing to quilts to home decor to gifts, there is no end to what you can create with a sewing machine.
Want to improve your sewing skills, learn how to sew, or get inspired by what others are making? With these 15 sewing blogs, you won’t be able to help dusting off that machine and making something new!
Purely Sewing Blogs
Whether you’re a veteran or a beginner, you’ll always want more patterns. AppleGreen Cottage offers over 100 free sewing patterns for every possible project you could need and want. 🙂
Sometimes learning new skills requires a bit more than just written instructions. Gingercake offers video instructions, books, patterns, and kits for sewing to make your learning experience more successful.
Making your own clothes is a very rewarding experience, but it can also be extra tricky! This blog offers tutorials, patterns, and beginner’s guides to help you create your own style with nothing but your sewing machine!
If you think the only clothes you can make for yourself are sweaters and skirts, think again! DG Patterns offers a variety of sewing patterns so you can make your own sportswear, jackets, dresses, and more—and all with your own flair!
Are you feeling bored with the patterns you have, but you’re not sure how to change them up? Or do you have an old piece of clothing that you want to bring back to life? Learn how to pattern hack and refashion as you peruse the tips on this creative blog.
Quilting can be quite scary if you don’t know where to start. The Seasoned Homemaker offers quilting and sewing projects for anyone from beginning to advanced quilters, so there’s something for everyone!
Do you even QAL? If you don’t know what that is, you’re in for a huge treat! Join your first “Quilt-A-Long” and work on a project alongside other quilters who are in the same boat as you. They are learning, making mistakes, and loving every second of it!
When you’re learning something new, can you imagine anything better than hands-on visual instruction to lead you through the process step-by-step? You can learn how to quilt via eCourse and find tons of patterns and tips on this blog to keep you going.
Sewing Blogs & More!
Sewing can be so versatile in that it can be combined with so many other types of projects. This blog offers sewing projects as well as upcycling, home furnishing, and more!
Petal Plum offers online courses so you can learn at your own place how to quilt, weave baskets, make your own art journals, and more! Fabric kits can also be found here, along with inspirational blog posts when you need an extra creative boost.
Wanting to sew your own garments often comes with a desire to also live a more natural and self-sustaining life. Cucicucicoo’s blog offers sewing tutorials, crafting inspiration, and natural living tips.
It’s never too early to get ready for the holidays—especially if you plan on hand making all of the gifts you give! Find holiday crafts, sewing tips, gardening help, and printables on this blog full of ideas just for you.
Combining your love of sewing with some vinyl love from a cricut makes for some creative crafts to show off. Learn how to do exactly that—and also find patterns for bags and purses—on the Sew Simple Home blog.
I can’t think of anything sweeter than finishing off a sewing project with some embroidery or cross stitch. Check out this blog to learn how to do those projects, as well as how to upcycle items.
Looking for kids’ crafts, sewing patterns, and yummy recipes? Life Sew Savory has all you need to make your house a home.
Did These Sewing Blogs Put You on Pins and Needles?
If you’ve been looking for inspiration to sew something new, I hope these 15 sewing blogs have helped! Have you ever made something unique with your sewing skills? Tell us about it in the comments!
Looking for blogs to learn about other types of crafts? These 47 DIY blogs will inspire you to knit, woodwork, hand letter, and more!
Jen McOwen is a mom of two and Ultimate Bundle’s Quality Control Specialist. When she’s not working or homeschooling her almost 8-year-old son, you’ll find her outside on sunny days, playing board games on rainy days, and reading a book every day in between!