July 2023

Kick summer boredom to the curb this with brand new issue of We Like Sewing featuring six fresh and fun projects for the summer. Start with this issue's cover project: the Sweet as Honey Quilted Wall Hanging. Perfect for adding some charm to any space, this project pairs an adorable summer charm pack with a bee-inspired, honeycomb design. Psst! Can you spot the adorable paper pieced honey bee? But don't stop there: the Morning Regatta Quilted Throw Pillow will add just the right amount of nautical touch to your living room. And the adorable Laundry Day Clothespin Bag is just what you need to feel motivated on laundry days (after you procrastinate by sewing this cute bag, of course)! Feeling eager for the holidays but aren't ready to start making gifts? The State Fair Felt Food Ornaments are a fun way to use up felt scraps and will look adorable on this year's Christmas tree. And my personal favorite: the Savannah Button-Down Sundress! Lightweight and chic, this adorable dress features pockets, a front button placket and princess seams. Make it your own by switching up the fabric selection. It looks great paired with your favorite summer hat.  READ MORE 
Caitlin Eaton


Have you ever wanted to sew your own swimsuit but weren’t sure where to begin? It’s not a very common garment to make, and the fabrics used for making swimsuits can sometimes be hard to sew. They tend to be slippery and stretchy, as well as easily damaged by pins. In this article, we will talk about the kinds of materials used for creating bathing suits, tips for sewing these fabrics on a machine, recommended supplies, and more!  READ MORE 
Pin Pals: How to Start a Quilt Guild
If you’ve been itching to share your love of quilting with others in your area, learn new techniques, and give back to your community, you may be the perfect candidate for starting a quilt guild. Quilt guilds are groups of community quilters that meet to discuss all things quilting. Different from quilting and sewing circles, guilds focus less on chatting and stitching and more on working together to expand your quilting knowledge and share your skills with the community. Many quilt guilds also organize quilt drives and other charity projects to give back to those in need. If you’re a go-getter who can’t get enough of all things quilting, starting a local guild might be a great fit for you.  READ MORE 

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