Calling all Summer Sewing tutorials!

on June 14 | in Etc... | by | with 11 Comments

There were so many great submissions in our call out for Summer Sewing tutorials… We just couldn’t fit them all in! Do you have a great tutorial for summer sewing on your blog that you’d like to share with us?

Note: Please make sure they’re specifically related to something “summery.” A sun hat or outdoor party decorations would work, but a shower curtain or lamp shade design wouldn’t (for example!).

We’ll compile a list a the end of the month to send folks your way! Send us an email ([email protected]) with your blog name, tutorial name, and the direct URL for the tutorial.

Thanks!

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11 Responses to Calling all Summer Sewing tutorials!

  1. Keep functioning ,great job! snoring cure

  2. meikjn says:

    this is a light weight knit summer dress. I am hoping to have better pis of the finished product soon.
    http://tweedbaby.blogspot.com/2011/06/summer-knit-dress-with-peonies-tutorial.html

  3. Temima says:

    So great you’re doing a summer sewing roundup!

  4. Karyn Ashley-Smith says:

    Looking forward to that list! The blog-hop was a blast & had some great tutorials, but alas, I’m not a great one to juggle 500+ cool sites and not misplace something! Thank you guys for all you do to connect people with information!

  5. Ramona says:

    I don’t have a blog either but I am sure looking forward to the wonderful tutorials the others provide.

  6. Eleonora says:

    I’m a beginner, I learned to use the sewing machine 3months ago!!!…so I haven’t a blog, but I hope I’ll can answer your future callings tutorials.

  7. Nan says:

    not sewing but needle felting if you are interested!

  8. Joanna says:

    I’ll be watching for the list at the end of themonth. I love idea resources. Thanks.

  9. http://harvestmoonbyhand.blogspot.com/2011/06/tutorial-upcycled-dress-made-from.html

    This is a tutorial that’s for a dress made from an outgrown shirt. I made the dress for my daughter based on one I saw at Kohl’s that she liked. She had a shirt that was too short for her, so I cut some of it off and added a skirt using fabric I had on hand. The only cost: my time. The best of clothes: upcycled and FREE!

  10. Oops I was supposed to email that to Beth. Duh. Sorry…

  11. I have a tutorial for easily marking quilt or embroidery designs on dark fabric:

    http://aroundtheblockdesigns.blogspot.com/2011/01/slight-change-of-plansand-fabric.html

    Cindy Wiens

    My blog is Live a Colorful Life (aroundtheblockdesigns.blogspot.com)

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