Creating Your Signature Style With Free Stuff Friday

 Creating Your Signature Style With Free Stuff FridayHope everyone is able to take a long summer weekend to celebrate Fourth of July.  We are now firmly in summer!  If you are sweltering in your sewing studio and need some easy and quick projects get inspired by Signature Styles by Jenny Doh.  20 stitchers showcase their style with easy, fun projects like cute wristlets, upcycled sweaters (not that we’d be wearing sweaters right now) fun tote bags and breezy garments.

All you need to do to enter is answer the following question in the comments section below.  One winner will be randomly picked on Monday.

Question: What is your favorite sewing/crafting, creative blog and why.

Thanks for visiting and we’ll be back next week!

Happy Sewing!


 Creating Your Signature Style With Free Stuff Friday

About Jill

I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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25 Responses to Creating Your Signature Style With Free Stuff Friday

  1. SewSimply says:

    Depending on what my project is or even just looking for inspiration, several pop to mind. Gerties is great and True Up is in Austin, my hometown and of course another Austin fav is Somewhat Simple.

  2. Evelyn says:

    I visit lots of blogs, mainly quilting-related. It’s much too difficult to name my favorite because different blogs are favorites for different reasons. One of the blogs I go to when I’m looking for inspiration is Quiltville because I’m pretty much guaranteed to find an idea to suit whatever project I’m working on.

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  4. Beth says:

    I love diary of a sewing fanatic. Her enthusiasm is contagious. And she always looks gorgeous with her sense of proportion even though her body is not classically perfect.

  5. ksgentry says:

    There are so many blogs out there. Thank goodness for Bloglovin so that I can keep up with them all. I have a few favorites, well.. I have a lot of favorites.. A great blog is .. Her blog has everything you need. Her style is young and fresh.

  6. Louise says:

    My favourite blog is coletterie.

  7. Carrie C. says:

    My favorite blog is Gertie’s – for vintage wear.

  8. Mamalusco says:

    I enjoy Sew4Home and Sew, Mama, Sew for all the great tutorials, New fabrics and inspiration. Thank you!

  9. Jane C. says:

    Just found out that The Train to Crazy is in my part of the world. They also have some local events that I hope to participate in.

  10. I like Diary of a sewing fanatic

  11. Nancy kwisnek says:

    Reading these blogs is SEW inspiring. Going to shut the computer off an go to the sewing room.

  12. Barbara Snyder says:

    My favorite sewing/craft blog is “Girls in the Garden”.

  13. Judy B. says:

    I really enjoy visiting The Haby Goddess. She has some great tutorials, and I like the style of her work.

  14. Peggy A. says:

    I am really into designing and making doll clothes. My favorite blog on this topic is

  15. Joan says:

    My favorite blog is Simplify.
    It inspires me.

  16. Mary Mac says:

    I love to sew and embroider but my number#1 love is papercrafting. I follow Papercrafts Connection and find I can get wonderful sewing/embroider inspiration from this great blog.

  17. JenneyD says:

    I have always loved Sew Mamma Sew because it was one of the first blogs I followed as a budding seamstress and it’s where I discovered Amy Butler!

  18. Enis says:

    I love sew4 home. There is a wonderful variety of projects for all types of skill levels. The directions for the projects are easy to understand the fabrics they show the projects in and beautiful.

  19. Sandy says:

    There are so many great blogs to choose from that it’s hard to pick one. I really enjoy and

  20. Diane Jettinghoff says:

    Thanks everyone for suggestions. I’ve been sewing all my life, but finally have time to get online for sewing. I’ll check back for others.

  21. Cherie says:

    My favorite blog is Sew4Home. They have tons of tutorials on home decor, bags, all kind of stuff! The tutorials are filled with good pictures. Plus, they teach different sewing techniques.

  22. C. Schnuelle says:

    I like Girls in the Garden and Whipstitch. Thanks for the opportunity!

  23. Tamara Kemp says:

    My favorite blog is . I love seeing her current up to date designs using commercial patterns and fabric for the every day garment sewer.

  24. laurie says:

    My 12 year old writes it.