Hi Readers! Thank you for visiting. Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving! The kurta is complete, and my Mother can now wear it — finally. If you missed the last post about cutting out a kurta, click right here. If you want to go further back and read general information about it, here is that post.… Read More Kurta Construction: Sew Done!
Dear readers, thank you for visiting. It’s time for a monthly dose of sewing tips on The Sew Everything Blog! I’ve included a form again for your own sewing tip to be included in a future post in our ongoing Sewing Tips Series. Of course, if you have a website or blog, I will link… Read More 5 Sewing Tips: Plain and Simple, Part 3
Hi Readers, thank you for visiting! Posted here for your pleasure are fabric and cutting details for the South Asian kurta. If you’ve missed earlier posts about it, you can read them here and here. Feel free to ask any questions in the comment section! Measurements: the only two needed measurements are shoulder width and desired length… Read More Kurta Construction: Cutting Out
What do coins, CDs, food skewers, toothpicks and knit fabric have in common? This…. There’s creativity, and then there is genius, uber-creative thinking which produces work like Rowan Mersh’s. In this short post, I want to share a few images of works by the English designer, as featured in the book “Fashioning Fabrics”, 2006, edited by Sandy Black,… Read More Artist Rowan Mersh and Knit Fabric