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  • How To Sew and Turn Spaghetti Straps | Grainline Studio How To Sew and Turn Spaghetti Straps

    When you ask sewists what skills or particular techniques they dislike, you're likely to get varied responses. But if you specifically ask them about their experience making spaghetti straps, you're likely to hear shared stories of resigned frustration. Whether you're new to sewing, or someone with years of experience, it can be challenging to turn [...] Continue Reading
  • Portside Dopp Kit: Fanny Pack Tutorial Portside Dopp Kit: Fanny Pack Tutorial

    Today we're showing you how to easily modify your Portside Dopp Kit from toiletry bag to one of our favorite practical accessories, the Fanny Pack! Don't let the name deter you. We've seen these hands free pouches called belt bags, cross-body slings, waist bags, and a number of other names that distance them from their [...] Continue Reading
  • Fabric Scrap Busting Series: Zippered Pouches | Grainline Studio Fabric Scrap Busting Series: Zippered Fruit Pouches

    Welcome back to our Fabric Scrap Busting Series! We were blown away by all of the great comments, suggestions, and ideas community members provided in response to our first post in the series. You can check them out on our Instagram page. In today's tutorial we're showing you how to turn your scraps into fruit [...] Continue Reading
  • Mending - Do You or Don't You? | Grainline Studio Mending – Do You or Don’t You?

    So I know we all sew, that's why we're here, but how do you all feel about mending? Personally I find it a bit soul crushing and I'm not sure why. I make garments from nothing all the time, surely I should be able to mend something in no time! Instead things that need to [...] Continue Reading
  • Handmade Everyday: My Four Winds Quilt

    We talk a lot about handmade wardrobes over here since we’re in the wardrobe business, but we also love having handmade items in our home as well, so I thought I’d share my recently finished Four Winds Quilt on the blog today. After we moved and went from a full to queen sized bed our […]

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  • Handmade Apartment Tour | Living Room

    When I moved the only furniture I owned was two dressers, two small bookshelves, a desk and a kitchen table which left a lot of things to be purchased. Luckily through the kindness of friends I inherited a hand me down couch and chair that just needed a little bit of help. Lucky for me […]

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