Mannequin with red measuring tape around shoulders and handbrushed lettering overlayed reading Resources Sew My Style 2020 #SMS20

Did you miss an #SMS20 newsletter (sign up here)? Looking for a tip from one of our leaders? Here are all the links to resources that have been posted by our leadership team throughout the year.

Updated with each newsletter release.

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PauletteQ&A with Featured Designer Megan Nielsen: a quick interview with one of the two featured designers for #SMS20 January

Michele – How to Remove KAM Snaps Fast: a quick tutorial for getting them out of your clothes (video)

Laura – Sew My Style 2020 #sms20: the patterns Laura is planning to make this year (video)

Paulette – Enhance Your Closet with Sew My Style 2020: how do you integrate this year’s patterns into your existing wardrobe?

Michele – Pants Fitting Tips: great tips for making pants! (IG video highlight)

Kelsey – Style Inspiration for Your Tania Culottes: different ways to wear these pants that look like skirts

Kelsey – 3 Simple Tips for How to Style Your Culottes in Winter: how to wear possibly thin pants in cold weather

Ari – Sew My Style 2020: a look at all the patterns

Ari – Kortney Bodysuit Inspiration: styling inspiration as well as tips for making a bodysuit

Paulette – Q&A with Featured Designer Stephanie Thiel of Rad Patterns: a quick interview with one of the two featured designers for #SMS20 January

Ari – Kortney Bodysuit & Tania Culottes: a recap of both January patterns with many hilarious pictures!


Michele –  Minimum Ease/Wearing Ease: those tricky numbers demystified!

Carol –  Sew My Style – February!!: an overview of the Summit Pack and resources for buying bag-making supplies

Carol – Summit Pack Tutorial/ Sew along (Pt 2): a step-by-step photo tutorial of the Summit Pack

Michele – Where to Measure on a Pattern: if you need help figuring out where to measure fit points on a pattern, use this in-depth guide

PauletteFriday Pattern Company Designer Q&A: a fun interview with Chelsea Gurnoe, the pattern designer behind Friday Pattern Company