Anyone may visit a store and purchase brand-new clothing off the rack, but why spend money on a new dress or t-shirt when you can make your own? At least, that’s what the artistic members of the r/Sewing online community think.
The excellent patchwork, sewing, and embroidery crafts that the members of this online community share may inspire you to take up these pastimes as well. You can view some of the most impressive crafts shared in this online community in the gallery below, and if you want to learn more, check out our earlier article on the knitting community here!
#1 For my five cats, I’ve started making clothes and ties. It’s been really enjoyable. Hope you like these.
(The most read post on the whole subreddit belongs to user vjloco. It is made out of a mosaic of cut ties and shirts he sewed for his pets and himself.
“When the pandemic first started, my daughter gave me her old sewing machine. I was able to train myself with her help and the help of YouTube tutorials, as vjloco explained to Bored Panda about the origins of his new hobby.)
#2 I Constructed a Coat! (View D with B’s Hem, McCalls 6800)
#3 My son’s Halloween costume is now complete
#4 My Wedding Dress Was Made by Me (No Pattern)
#5 Self-created. A pattern is not present. I used Kente cloth alone to create this outfit.
#6 The rainbow quilt I made is finished! A body pillow case that matches is also supplied. To all: Happy Pride Month!
#7 I want to make a book on my father’s life to remember him in 2020. The first page is this one.
#8 Sweatpants Were Sewn into A Wedding Dress
#9 My 2-year-old niece, who is obsessed with Spider-Man, gets a Duchess coat made by Ellie and Mac. To see it on her, I’m eager!
#10 I Designed a Non-Traditional Wedding Dress! V9296
#11 For Renn Faire, I created a Maple Leaf Fairy costume (B4571)
#12 My Nigerian aunt created this prom dress for me in 2019. Two separate outfits served as the basis for its creation. The fabric’s design is my favorite feature! No pattern is present.
#13 I Made a Butterfly Dress from an Early 1900s Illustration!
#14 (Written by the author) Since I wasn’t wearing my previous lounge dress very much, I turned it into a sundress.
#15 I had no idea what I was doing when I got my first sewing machine two weeks ago. I thus devoted hours to viewing how-to videos on YouTube. I recently created this item on my own.
#16 I Wish I Had the Courage to Wear This Out. It took me a long time to make
#17 This Dior-inspired trench coat was designed, sewn, and modeled by myself
#18 I created a whole 1850’s outfit. It’s a lot of work, but it’s well worth it!
#19 I finished my self-drafted Belle Gown (Beauty & The Beast)
#20 Billy Porter’s Oscars Tuxedo Gown was made by myself (Self Drafted)
#21 To Look Like the Night Sky, I Made a Velvet Dress with Leds (Self Drafted)
#22 My job involves altering bridal dresses, but my true love is tailoring suits. My most current suit, which I constructed for myself, is seen here.
#23 Umbrellas that have been broken have been used to make this coat
#24 I designed Bilbo’s dressing gown for the first Hobbit film (M7875)
#25 Sewist on a Shoestring (Self-Drafted) Recreates Expensive Dresses I’m Inspired by This Teuta Matoshi Dress
#26 First Dress Completed vs. First Dress I Can Wear in Public
#27 (1956; McCall’s Archive Collection M7478) Although it took me a while to complete this coat, I’m quite pleased with the outcome, particularly the twist factor!
#28 I Designed and Built an Engagement Photo Dress
#29 My Thrift-Flipped Wedding Dress, which I made myself
#30 I can still dance around in the ball gown I sewed, even though prom isn’t happening this year! Self-Drafted