Category: Wearable art

Creative sewing is applied to wearable art. Add tuck, piping, decorative threads, special fabrics and decorative stitches and embroidery to create your own special garment.

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 […]

Wrapped in Fabrique

Wrapped in Fabrique! I love this techinque of making decorative fabrics and scenes from free motion, applique and decorative stitches. In the 1990’s the book “Wrapped in Fabrique” was inspirational. The book is long out of print but the technique has grown, especially on Pinterest. I collected a few of my favorite ideas in this […]

Sewing Classes for the holiday season and New Year

Jenny’s Sewing Studio in Salisbury, MD has recently updated the sewing class schedule.  You have to check out the “free demonstrations” available for you. If you would like to stop and see our free demonstrations at Hancock just send an email to . One of the “free” demonstrations is Serger Heirloom sewing and sewing machine […]

Heirloom techniques using your sewing machine

Create your own heirloom masterpiece on your sewing machine. Jenny’s Sewing Studio in Salisbury, MD has created a blog article to show you some ideas using the twin needle, pin tuck foot, decorative stitches and the gathering foot.

serger ruffler purse by Jenny’s Sewing Studio

I was inspired by Vera Bradley. Vera has a purse named “Cha Cha”. I saw this purse and fell in love with the design and thought it was perfect for construction using my serger. I had all the materials.  Below are the instructions and pictures of my creation.

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