Can you bring a sewing pattern into reality? Do you have a passion for textile transforming into clothes, home essentials, accessories, and the like?
You may be sewing as a hobby or as a career. You may have just sewn your first button or gone through thread like there’s no tomorrow. For some, sewing is a form of therapy. For others, it’s a career they enjoy.
Whatever your take may be, for sure, your sewing prowess deserves a page. Take inspiration from the following layouts.
We were all beginners once. When did you start sewing? Did you start young or are you a late bloomer?
For the most part, it doesn’t matter when you did start sewing; what matters now is you love what you do and have learned from your mistakes. Yes, you do need to sew on the reverse side unless you want the stitches to show.
The Right Equipment
Some say it’s not the materials or equipment used that is important; talent and skill matter more! But hey, if you can have the best sewing machines, tools, and materials combined with great talent and skills, who are we to say nay?
Seasoned or not. First sewing project or the nth one. There’s no shame in showing off your completed projects - and one of the best ways to do this is to create a page!
A pair of scissors, balls of threads, buttons, laces, ribbons, pins - stuff you see on a sewing kit. And also the perfect elements for any page, wouldn’t you agree? The page itself may not exactly be about sewing but these elements are very versatile that you can just about use it for any theme.
For whatever sewing-related project you want to show off, you will need a title. How about this set of buttons that will let you do just that?
Simply click HERE to get this alphabet