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Sewing for Mental Health – How Sewing Can Improve Your Mood

Has sewing helped you through a hard time? Turns out, there’s science behind it. October 10 is World Mental Health Day. The issues around mental health, from PTSD to addiction to depression, is experiencing renewed interest in this country. While there are a variety of coping methods, sewing (and crafting in general) is one effective…

Fall Sewing & Styling Tips with Mimi G

The change in seasons signals an upcoming wardrobe shift to warmer layers, long sleeves and all things cozy. Read these fall sewing and layering tips below from Mimi G (from the August/Sept issue of Sew News magazine) on how to get the most from your summer wardrobe as the temps cool. The one thing about the…

Sew Daily Live Recap! October 7, 2016

Recently we began airing  on Facebook quick live videos of what we love sewing, fun products, contributors and more. Being in front of people, potentially a lot of people can be a bit intimidating to say the least. These Facebook Live events are much like live TV, there’s no turning back once you hit the…

Get your sewing organized in 2016

Happy New Year, Sew Daily troupe! I hope your holidays were lovely! Did you know getting organized ranked as the sixth most popular resolution last year according to Nielsen? (Getting in shape is No. 1, shocker.) I’m sure “getting organized” is a perennial favorite in the pantheon of resolutions, and if Nielsen specifically tracked sewists’…

ITH Be Merry embroidered ornament

Behind the scenes at the Sew Daily holiday party

Seasons greetings, Sew Daily campers! Last week we had our holiday party in the Sudbury, Mass. office. Presents were swapped, copious amounts of cookies were consumed and merriment and mirth were plentiful. I also took that time to teach some of the ladies how to do machine embroidery. For me, an admittedly new sewist, to…