Category: Projects for the sewer

Jenny’s Sewing Studio has a reference to a wide range of sewing projects. Whether you need to sew as a beginner or are looking for a sewing craft project, check us out.

Irish Chain quilt is a free project

If you are like me, I am tried of cleaning closets, washing windows and curtains and doing gardening and making face masks during this Covid 19 isolation. I thought the quilters from Jenny’s Sewing Studio Lap Quilting groups and my customers might like a sewing challenge. I have been working on the Irish Chain quilt […]

Cosplay is definitely exciting sewers

I have noticed in the past few years that costume making is really giving some sewers a new reason to be creative. Since all the comic book movies there has been a reason to pull the sewing machine out and be creative with “wonder woman” or “spider man” or “Star Trek”. The list of costumes […]

A great beginner sewing project for 2018

Are you learning to sew? If you have taken a beginner sewing class from Jenny’s Sewing Studio I have a great pattern suggestion for you to make. This kimono jacket came be worn by everyone and is a great addition to your wardrobe. The pattern also offers easy fit. Try a nice cotton print to […]

Circular Stitcher

If you have ever seen my sewing you know I love decorative stitching. I have made trims and borders and used decorative stitching on smocking and heirloom sewing. One of my favorite tools to use is the circular stitcher. I have included some pictures to show you what I mean. I keep a Pinterest account […]

My stuffed cat pet

Since I live with my mom she has ruled the roost, no pets. To compensate I made a stuffed cat which is made from a soft velour. The cat has rhinestone eyes and I embroidered a cute face on it to remind me of a previous real pet cat. The stuffed black cat does not […]

Learn to applique for the holiday

I want to share a fun little wall quilt that makes a great holiday decoration. It is my “Cardinal Wall quilt”! Click on the link for a free pattern. Learn to applique by taking a class at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. I suggest you take a 3 hour session. If you need help with assembly of […]

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