Drape 1001 is a loose-fitting blouse with tailored details that can be dressed up or down. An upscale basic that flatters everyone!
Today I'm sharing a little bit more about Workroom Social, who’s working on what projects, and how it all came to be.
Today I'm talking about how to work with and how to care for rayon. Following these recommendations will help you transform your favorite rayon fabric into a beautiful piece of clothing all your own.
Today we have an interview with Workroom Social Fabrics Miramar designer, Whitney Crutchfield. Whitney has been obsessed with fabric ever since she first learned to sew as a little girl. Now a textile designer, weaver, and screen printer, Whitney makes it her mission to bring more color, pattern and visual delight into the world with her handwoven textiles company WE GATHER. Learn about her process in designing Miramar for Workroom Social Fabrics.
Let me introduce to you Workroom Social Fabrics and our first collection Miramar! A new line of fashion fabrics created specifically with your handmade garments in mind. All of our fabrics are printed with our original art, designed for the clothes you want to sew now. Sophisticated and fun! On-trend with an aesthetic that will stay on-trend over time, our 100% rayon line features a chic, matte finish that reminds us of washed silk, making it the perfect gateway fabric for sewists who are ready to graduate from cotton.
This year Camp Workroom Social welcomed 75 campers and 25 sewing Camp staffers from around the world to Frost Valley YMCA in New York state’s beautiful Catskills Mountain region.
Congratulations to the winners of our Camp Workroom Social PJ Party sponsored by SINGER®!
Whip up a pair of sweatpants or gym shorts in no time at all with this tutorial on how to sew elastic waistbands 2 different ways!
I love using bias binding to finish raw edges. It’s a great way to add color and definition to even the simplest garments. Bonus: making your own binding is a great way to use up all the scraps that start to pile up after a few projects! Learn how to sew your own bias binding!