Today is Day 4 of 31 Days of Sewing School.
Yesterday I shared a handful of sewing books I love. Today I have a few more to add to the list.
There are so many great print resources, full of helpful tips, tutorials and patterns, and my humble collection will merely be scratching the surface. But nonetheless, if you are looking for some reading material to get your sewing-mind inspired, this list will be a good starting point.
Sewing books on my shelf
You can click the photo to view the book on Amazon.
These are affiliate links, but all of these books sit on my shelf and were either gifts or books I bought myself. I share them with you today for the simple reason that I enjoy them.
Sublime Stitching by Jenny Hart
A Rainbow of Stitches by Agnes Delage-Calvet and others
Making Children’s Clothes by Emma Hardy
The Idiot’s Guide to Sewing by Missy Shepler
ABCs of Serging by Tammy Young and Lori Bottom
Quilts Through the Seasons by Eleanor Burns
Quick Trip Quilts by Eleanor Burns
From quilting to embroidering to sewing for home, self, kids, gifts, etc, there are seriously sewing books for every purpose. The one book I’ve yet to crack open is my serging book. I was giving a hand-me-down serger and I really look forward to learning how to use it. This series won’t be touching on serging, but in the future I’ll be sure to share my learning experiences with you.
I’ll see you back tomorrow for a look at what you really need to get going with sewing. Are you feeling inspired yet?