Top Vintage Sewing RSS Feeds
Site – wesewretro.com
About Site – We Sew Retro is a community of ladies and gents who adore vintage patterns, vintage fabric, and vintage style. We love sharing our vintage and retro projects for inspiration and encouragement with vintage sewing fanatics worldwide.
About Site – I’m a native New Yorker and sewing fanatic! I started sewing in 2009 and today make all my own clothes using vintage sewing machines and vintage patterns, in addition to sewing for private clients. Welcome to the warm and whimsical world of Male Pattern Boldness, where the conversation is sewing, style, fashion, fabric, and more!
Site – lauramaedesigns.com
About Site – Chronicling my adventures in creativity. I adore sewing and knitting, mostly vintage or vintage-inspired patterns. I hope this blog will inspire others to create lovely and lasting garments that speak of a past era and yet remain timeless and elegant.
About Site – A vintage blog written by Cate, Just a vintage gal suffering from the Golden Age syndrome and blogging about vintage fashion, sewing, interiors and all things old.
Site – fiftydresses.com
About Site – sewing classic fashions from mid-century patterns by fiftydresses. follow my adventures in sewing from these mid-century patterns (and the occasional new one, too!) and my observations about what I call the Golden Years of Fashion – the 1950s through the 1970s.
Site – smmavin.blogspot.in
About Site – An adventure in collection, refurbishing, and reselling vintage sewing machines and what is learned along the way.
Clapham and Islington
About Site – Sew Over It is a a beginner’s guide to making your own vintage inspired patterns. Lisa Been set up Sew Over It in May 2011, with one main aim – to teach as many people as I possibly could how to sew. sewing classes & Courses in North & South London by Sew Over It.
Site – wearinghistoryblog.com
About Site – wearing History is a Vintage Revival Clothing, Sewing Patterns Blog by Lauren. This blog is a journal of my journey with sewing and costume history, including research, projects, endeavors, and miscellaneous adventures
Site – subversivefemme.com
About Site – A blog devoted to vintage knitting, sewing and the vintage lifestyle.Inspiration for those who are just dipping in their toe, and connecting with those who live their passion everyday.
Frequency – about 2 posts per month
10. Jet Set Sewing
Site – jetsetsewing.com
About Site – Julie is a writer and sewing enthusiast reproducing designer garments from the 30s through the 70s, using old-school methods, vintage designer patterns, luxury fabrics, and a Bernina 560 sewing machine named Karl. Julie Eilber started Jet Set Sewing as a place to combine my love of writing, sewing, vintage fashion.
Site – myhappysewingplace.com
About Site – A blog for Vntage sewing enthusiast! Follow me as I attempt to sew the entire 1940 McCall collection of patterns. Debi started this blog (back in November 2009).
Site – sewing-machines.blogspot.in
About Site – A large number of people have discovered the benefits of older sewing machines. Whether it’s because they are simple enough to maintain and repair with common handtools, or strong enough to sew thicker fabrics without hesitation, or just because they are plentiful, cheap, and fun to collect. This site is dedicated to passing on information to make your experience more enjoyable.
13. Feeling Sew Good
Site – feelingsewgood.blogspot.in
About Site – This DIY vintage sewing blog includes vintage pattern reviews, sewing tips and inspirational articles.
About Site – A blog by Wendy about vintage patterns. The Vintage Pattern Files’ is my attempt to create an on-line link archive of all the wonderful FREE vintage patterns and tutorials lurking on the web. My aim is to make finding the perfect pattern is as easy as pie! The patterns listed here range from the 1800s to the 1980s.