It's time to take your embroidery to a whole new dimension — literally. Stumpwork embroidery (also called raised embroidery) is any dimensional embroidery piece. It originated in mid-1600s England, and is most commonly used in nature scenes — for example, the leaves and petals on a flower, or the wings of pretty dragonflies.
It's a given: 88 percent of T-shirts end up in the back of your closet. But before you Marie Kondo said closet, bring those shirts to the forefront. These upcycle projects are simple to make and will refresh your garments so they're oh-so-ready to wear again.
The seventies are back and way better than ever with rainbow pocket jeans. We love these for kids, but if you want to make a pair for yourself, go for it. No judgment here: get to it and find your pot of gold!
Clothing and accessories are a totally awesome way for kids — and everyone, really — to express their creativity. But instead of going out and buying new stuff for back to school this year, help your little fashionistas upgrade what they've got with some cool DIY felt patches. They're easy to make and look great ironed onto everything from backpacks to jean jackets.
In this sewing and design class, talented teen-designer Ruby Mac empowers kids to take their first steps into the world of fashion. From customizing clothes to designing a collection to sewing a simple skirt, Ruby shows you how fun and easy it is to express yourself through style!
Discover the joys of hand embroidery alongside slow fashion pioneer Natalie Chanin.