Sew-Alongs & Tutorials Page Updated!

Good news! Caroline’s updated the Sew-Alongs and Tutorials Page to include every single tutorial we’ve ever done for all our patterns. It’s quite impressive to see the long list of tutorials we’ve posted.

Here is where to find them – there’s a link right on the top menu!

sew alongs page updates

I even figured out how to add links that jump down to the right section, so you don’t have to scroll through everything to find what you want. Neat eh? (If you want to know how to do that, here’s the tutorial I used.)

Caroline did all of the link-collecting work and I made the links jump. Teamwork!

sew alongs page updates showing links

This is of course more impressive when it jumps farther down the page, but I wanted to demonstrate and could only capture so much on the screen.

Click on Alma Blouse and it takes you to the start of the Alma Blouse posts. Click on Minoru Jacket and here is where it takes you:

sew alongs page updates showing minoru jacket

So if you’re sewing any of our patterns, it’s now easier to find help as you sew!

It’s also easier to know if the pattern you’re considering has a lot of tutorials posted, as that might help with your decision to purchase. Many of our patterns have so much free information posted online. Even if the pattern is slightly more complicated than usual, you’ll be in good hands with our tutorials and sew-along posts.

Thanks Caroline for putting this together. I hope it’s now easier to find tutorials for your Sewaholic sewing projects!

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7 Responses to Sew-Alongs & Tutorials Page Updated!

  1. Emily April 18, 2014 at 9:41 am #

    hooray, thank you! I love your tutorials – they’re super helpful, so I’m happy they’ll be easier to access now!

  2. Ana April 18, 2014 at 11:51 am #

    Thank you so much for being so thoughtful. When I start sewing again (just had a bebe) I know exactly where to go to refresh & learn my sewing skills. This makes me so… happy & excited. Luv ya!

  3. Fiona@staring at the sea April 18, 2014 at 12:55 pm #

    What a great resource. Thank you for putting it together. I’m using the Lonsdale Sew-A-Long posts at the moment and finding them so helpful. I’ve blogged my progress so far. http://fiona-staringatthesea.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/sewing-adventures-lonsdale-dress.html

  4. Danielle D~ April 18, 2014 at 2:39 pm #

    ***Awesome*** now I refer to the tutorial if I have questions which I know I will :)

  5. Angela April 19, 2014 at 3:28 pm #

    Thank you! That will be so much nicer than digging around trying to find them…. :)

  6. Melanie April 20, 2014 at 2:37 pm #

    Thank you! The sew along for the Minoru made it so much less daunting to sew my first coat, so now I’m going to browse the tutorials to decide on my next project :)

  7. Mumtaz Saiyed June 10, 2014 at 1:15 pm #

    I purchased a few outfits and they are the kurta styles not sure if you are aware of those. The size is medium and the shoulder and arms fit very nicely. The kurta i understand is loose in fashion however the one i received is so loose that the outfit looks like it would fit a large and i am a small again my shoulder and arm is medium and that is fitting me perfect. can you guide me how to alter these. I did alter one on my own and took some of the already made slits in as i don’t want to have to cut anything since i am not a semstress and don’t want to ruin the dress. There are couple of them that have the design on the sides so if I take in from the sides I will ruin the design. Can you help me with giving me suggestions on how to fix the rest without ruining the kurta. I cannot return them either as my husband brought them from Pakistan so my only option is to fix them if i want to enjoy them