Even though this isn't really sew-related, I'm still posting this one. 'Cause you need hangers to keep all your clothes - wether you made them yourself or not - organized. And how better to do this than with these cute hangers. All you need is a needle nose plier, wire cutters, drill and a pen or marker. Before you know it, you'll have your very own hanger with your name on it (or perhaps a nice flower or something).
Grosgrain found this amazing how-to on making 5 yards biais tape out of a fat quarter. Really amazing! If you don't know what a fat quarter is, let me explain it to you. Basically, it's very simple: it's a piece of fabric cut according to a specified size: 18"x22" (46cm x 56cm).
Need some useful sewing tips, straight from industrial sewing? That's exactly what Coletterie had to offer to you. 15 ways on how to sew faster, easier or just make your sewing experience a bit more fun. 15 ways to improve your sewing and the look of your garments without buying an industrial sewing machine.
Also from Coletterie, I found this cute tutorial on how to make your pockets that tad more interesting. Bored of those plain old pockets on your jeans or jacket? No problem! Just follow the tutorial and you'll update your pocket just like that. Oh, and it gives your jacket that extra vintage look. Bonus!