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Ironing Board Organizer

Ironing Board Organizer

How to Make an Ironing Board Organizer
What's new in our Facebook Community in July

What's new in our Facebook Community in July

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
What's new in the sewing community: July

What's new in the sewing community: July

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
Let Us Sew Along

Let Us Sew Along

Stay home and sew along: It’s the best time right now to connect with fellow sewists from around the globe and work together on a project!
Wool Pressing Mat Carrier

Wool Pressing Mat Carrier

If you have a Wool Pressing Mat from MadamSew, you know how wonderful it is to press quilting block units using it. It holds the fabrics in place, reducing distortion while pressing, and the heat radiates up from the below the fabric as the wool holds in the heat from the iron. Creases are sharper, and seams are easier to press open or to one side with less effort. I know I am totally addicted to mine, and I wanted to be able to carry it with me to sewing days and retreats.
Through The Window Wall Hanging Using The Fussy Cut Template

Through The Window Wall Hanging Using The Fussy Cut Template

Clear templates made to use with a rotary cutter make fussy cutting a breeze. When I got this set, I immediately thought of doing a window design with a view. Finding a pretty fabric with some small motifs makes the view through your window come alive. Use fabric with birds or flowers, sea shells on the beach, the stars at night, or whatever you want to see through your window.
DIY REUSABLE BOWL COVERS

DIY REUSABLE BOWL COVERS

I made some fabric bowl covers and I wrote a little tutorial about it for you!
Monthly round up June

Monthly round up June

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
What's new in our Facebook Community in June

What's new in our Facebook Community in June

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
Pressing Basics for Quilters

Pressing Basics for Quilters

Good pressing is essential for any sewist, but for quilters it’s something that happens almost after every seam. And let’s face it, we sew a lot of little seams, so let’s go over how to streamline the process and how to press for success!
How Do These 7 Fabric Marking Tools Stack Up?

How Do These 7 Fabric Marking Tools Stack Up?

For most sewing projects you need to mark along the way to be able to work neatly and precisely. You can use pins, a small snip in the seam allowance, or a tailor’s tack, but very often a mark with a pen is the easiest way to note the placement of a closure, a pocket, appliqué, stitching, or even a cutting line. You don’t want to use a permanent marker on that gorgeous fabric, right? Everyone makes mistakes, so please, use a temporary marker.
Who Won the Sewing Machine Giveaway?

Who Won the Sewing Machine Giveaway?

Like all good things - our sewing machine giveaway has now come to an end. Thank you all for the massive participation - we received over 160K entries this time!
3 Strap Options For DIY Face Masks

3 Strap Options For DIY Face Masks

In this blog post I will show you 3 different ways to make straps that you can use for a DIY face mask: bias tape straps, elastic straps and T Shirt straps. I tried all 3 of them and my choice depends on who I’m making them for, how beautiful they need to be, how much time I have, and what material I have handy.
Quilting Knit Fabric

Quilting Knit Fabric

If knits intimidate you, you’re not alone. Knits are lovely to wear because they stretch and conform to the body without constraining, and when used in a quilt they are especially soft and cozy; but that same quality can make them difficult to manage under the sewing machine foot. Fear not, with a few well chosen tools and some preparation, you can successfully quilt with knits.
Free quilting patterns

Free quilting patterns

Who doesn’t love free quilting patterns? We have compiled a list of our favorite quilt patterns from around the web.
Monthly round up May

Monthly round up May

So what’s new in the sewing community? Here’s a monthly round-up of some news of what’s happening in the vibrant sewing community across the globe!
What's new in May

What's new in May

Our MadamSew Facebook Group is a vibrant community of sewists and quilters from around the world - sharing their everyday lives, their projects, and their tips and tricks!
DIY Face Mask with Removable Eye Shield

DIY Face Mask with Removable Eye Shield

The face masks are still everywhere– and they are here to stay, I’m afraid. Now that there are hundreds of tutorials online and you probably have some experience in wearing masks, you know what you like to wear and what is most convenient for you.
Repairing Jeans With Invisible Mending

Repairing Jeans With Invisible Mending

I’ve thrown away a lot of very nice jeans in the past due to crotch tears. As we use our bikes a lot to get around in town, that’s where they get worn out first.
Triangle Open-Wide Pouch

Triangle Open-Wide Pouch

Today I have a project to use Madam Sew’s triangle templates. I didn’t have time to make an actual quilt, but I wanted at least a small project to get a taste; I’m constantly in need of good project bags for my knitting and crochet projects, so I figured a pretty open-wide pouch would be great.