Posts tagged: "sewing"

  1. 6 sewing-organization ideas for small spaces (+ an excuse to sew!)

    Posted by on April 12, 2019

    Today we’ve got a roundup of projects that are organizational in nature so you can keep your creative space tidy . . . all while having great reasons to sew! Keep all of your handwork essentials close by in a cute little clutch: Pressed Flowers Sewing Clutch from A Cottage Garden Inside there’s plenty of […]


  2. Semiannual warehouse sale: spotlight on sewing (did you miss these $6 books?)

    Posted by on March 16, 2019

    Martingale’s Semi-Annual Warehouse sale has ended as of March 18, 2019. Our apologies to those who received our weekly digest and were sent posts about the sale in error. Today we’ve curated a list of $6 books packed with fabulously fun things to sew—bags, pillows, runners, needle books, pouches, purses, and the like! If you’ve […]


  3. The cleverest ever way to embroider satin-stitched circles 🔴 (video)

    Posted by on August 27, 2018

    Welcome to a week of holiday–themed sewing fun at Stitch This! This week we’ll be sharing Christmas gift-making ideas with you, courtesy of talented designers who’ve authored books on the topic. We love Kathy Schmitz’s “Stitches” series of books based on the seasons—and with Christmas on the horizon, it’s the perfect time to dive in […]


  4. Sewing podcasts 2018: five we’re loving right now 🎧

    Posted by on July 13, 2018

    Do you listen to podcasts? There’s nothing that goes together quite like an afternoon of quilting while listening to people’s related stories. We’ve rounded up some of the quilting and sewing podcasts we’ve been listening to lately—read on to learn more! American Patchwork & Quilting Podcast with Pat Sloan Pat is where it’s at! Pat […]


  5. Mending is trending: give new life to old favorites with visible mending (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on June 27, 2018

    When is a hole-in-one not a happy event? When it’s a hole in one of your favorite sweaters! Some of us shed a tear when we find a tear in our go-to pair of jeans. But you can turn those frowns upside down with ideas for repairing lovingly worn garments with Visible Mending. In this […]


  6. SHOP NOW: semiannual warehouse sale! 95+ books, $6 each (while supplies last)

    Posted by on March 12, 2018

    March is National Quilting Month. 😊 Worldwide Quilting Day is this coming Saturday. 😊 Today marks the SIXTH anniversary of our Stitch This! blog. 😍 We feel like CELEBRATING! 🎉 So we got together and decided to launch our stupendous semi-annual sale right here, right now. It starts today! Are you ready to celebrate with […]


  7. Question: what to do on my lunch hour? Answer: THIS 😍

    Posted by on February 21, 2018

    Pack your lunch—and a project too—because the second book in our “Lunch-Hour” series is making its debut! Ever said, “I wish I had time to sew that!”? The pretty (and pretty quick) designs in Lunch-Hour Patchwork make small, charming projects easily doable—so easy in fact, that you can stitch them during your lunch hour! Happy […]


  8. Snowflake-button tutorial with Bonnie Sullivan: sew quick, so cute!

    Posted by on September 22, 2017

    We know, we know . . . because we’re quilters, people automatically think we sew everything—hems, holes, pleats, ruffles, and the like. Maybe you do that kind of sewing and maybe you don’t, but when it comes to sewing buttons, you’ve just got to learn the way that A Change of Seasons author Bonnie Sullivan […]


  9. Calling all sewists: irresistible sewing-themed projects ahead (+ giveaway!)

    Posted by on July 12, 2017

    Thread love, needle love, button love—sewing love! We are so excited to give you a sneak peek inside Sew Many Notions! Profess your love of sewing with these warm-and-fuzzy projects that are quick to put together and fun to display or give. Each sewing-themed project is perfectly portable for on-the-go stitching, and author Debbie Busby […]


  10. Know before you sew: best fusible interfacing for bags

    Posted by on June 16, 2017

    There are SO many bags we want to sew—do you feel the same? Bags from Big-City Bags, Windy City Bags, and Style and Swing With the right pattern, you can sew anything from backpacks and suitcases to purses, clutches, and handbags that rival designer bags from department stores. (And better still, you can sew them […]