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It seems we’re always being told to, “Look at the big picture.” Solid advice, but sometimes… it’s the little stuff that’s more fun. As part of our S4H Tiny Trends of ’22, we took a look at some great little products available right now from our friends at Fat Quarter Shop. FQS truly has some
Being able to clearly see what you’re working on is critical in sewing… truth be told, I think we can agree it’s critical to just about everything! Studies have shown good light is essential to overall well-being. If you or someone you know suffers from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or clinical light deprivation, you understand
Your sewing machine is probably the largest item in your sewing space. But it likes to surround itself with lots of little things. When you're sewing, you need easy access to these smaller items so you're not jumping up and down every few minutes to find what's needed. Our cute and clever Apron Style Sewing
There are so many great little tools for sewing. But you can't take advantage of them if you can't find them! Our sewing spaces can quickly start to look like the famous kitchen "junk drawer" – a jumbled mess of stuff. How many times have you bought new supplies because you've misplaced the originals? I
Originally released as part of the Sew4Home Maker’s Club, this popular pattern is now available exclusively in our Etsy Shop. It’s a marvelous quilted mat that helps cushion the work surface for your machine and keeps your favorite notions and tools handy… and it does it all while looking cute as the proverbial button!  The

Do you loop a tape measure around your neck while sewing? This design capitalizes on the habit, turning a measuring tape into a mini caddy. Scissors on one end and a pincushion on the other – or customize the tools to you!

With a generously sized round bucket tote, you can keep all your tools of the trade together so they’re handy to take from room to room or out and about. For extra toughness, we suggest canvas on the exterior as well as the lining.

Whip up these sweet treats for the sewers and crafters on your gift list. Our stacked trio of petite pincushions is designed to look like a delicious three tier cake – complete with mini-pom edge icing and a cherry pom on top.

If you’re a Sew4Home regular, you know we don’t traditionally present a lot of projects in the wearables category. Of course, there are all our super popular aprons and a few other easy items, but in terms of fitted garments, we tend to leave those to other experts. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t love

Because of their smaller size, half aprons are inherently more adorable. This one, with 10 generous pockets, is as hardworking as it is cute. Tie it on, load it up with favorite notions, and get ready for your next project.

One of things we are asked about on a regular basis is sergers. For many people, even seasoned sewers, they are equal parts tantalizing and terrifying. They can do so many cool things at once: seam, trim, and finish – all at lightning speed. But to make it happen, there are a lot of threads

Do something sweet for your trusty sewing machine. Make it a little outfit to keep it protected from dust and sun exposure. Our sample fits a standard mid-range machine. We added a kicky bottom ruffle and a bright ribbon accent. 

Did you know the modern ironing board was invented and patented by African American former enslaved person, Sarah Boone in 1892? It's true. Although hers was not the first ironing board on the scene, it was completely unique in its narrow, contoured design, which allowed sleeves to be drawn up over the board. We'd like

Possibly the world’s most adorable sewing basket. Shorter sides mean easy access, and pockets all around hold tools + notions. Cotton canvas is a perfect weight for the structure. Includes the matching kitty pincushion pattern.

Many of you also have a special companion machine in your sewing space that you can could hardly leave without its own special cover: a serger. With their different thread feeding systems and cutting mechanisms, sergers end up more square and taller than a sewing machine and so need differently-sized covers. We created a cover
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