Hello,
I'm Rebecca.

I make things.

My Latest Project...

For Sew Vintage September, I decided to make this 1960s Simplicity 3736 Brunch Coat. It’s warm, cozy, and now I can swan around making coffee in the morning feeling fancier in appearance than I feel after I get dressed for the day.

A very easy sew and a lovely warm fall/winter robe to throw on every morning, I did work out a few kinks and have some tips if you’d like to give this pattern a try!

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Rebecca's Sewing Room Tour: Detail image of sewing machine and serger
Sewing
Sewing Room Tour

One of my favorite Pinterest rabbit-holes is looking for sewing room tours of other people’s spaces. From shared-use spots to entire rooms set apart solely for sewing, there is clearly no limit to exactly how one should set up their own workspace. My view on sewing spaces is that all you need to start is a bit of table space. If you don’t have the room or the budget, you don’t need much and it doesn’t have to be perfect. Come take a look at my sewing room and see what I mean!

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Rebecca standing in her living room facing camera wearing hand-sewn blouse and holding a coffee mug
Pattern Review
Pattern Review: Folkwear 256 “At the Hop” Blouse

Today I’m bringing you a pattern review for the misses blouse from the Folkwear 256 “At the Hop” sewing pattern. Folkwear 256 “At the Hop” includes sewing patterns for a blouse and skirt, plus a knitting pattern for a cardigan in both “misses” (6-20) and “child” (4-14) sizing. It is marked “easy to sew”. When I say this is an “overlooked wardrobe staple”, I really mean it!

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Pattern Review:
Folkwear 229 Sailor Pants

When Folkwear Patterns asked me if I wanted to try my hand at their new sewing pattern, my immediate reaction to the design was a hard, “YES!”

I was worried about my lack of experience sewing pants, but I’m really glad I didn’t let those feelings stop me and decided to challenge and push my sewing skills!

Welcome! I'm glad you're here!

About 2 years ago I began to explore the idea of an entirely me-made wardrobe, thanks in large part to the highly encouraging and vibrant sewing community on Instagram. After posting several projects, I decided I’d really enjoy keeping a sewing and making diary of sorts.

On Folkmade.io you’ll find many types of making projects, including wardrobe sewing, embroidery and crafting, cooking (…maybe even a little baking), and coding projects.

In my daily life I do web design and some development, and I’m currently working to increase my coding skills and expand my dev capabilities.

So sit a spell, have a read, and let me know what you think!

Rebecca

Portrait of Rebecca of Folkmade.io, a maker blog

Welcome! I'm glad you're here!

Portrait of Rebecca of Folkmade.io, a maker blog

About 2 years ago I began to explore the idea of an entirely me-made wardrobe, thanks in large part to the highly encouraging and vibrant sewing community on Instagram. After posting several projects, I decided I’d really enjoy keeping a sewing and making diary of sorts.

On Folkmade.io you’ll find many types of making projects, including wardrobe sewing, embroidery and crafting, cooking (…maybe even a little baking), and coding projects.

In my daily life I do web design and some development, and I’m currently working to increase my coding skills and expand my dev capabilities.

So sit a spell, have a read, and let me know what you think!

— Rebecca

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Join the sewing community on Instagram!

Browse a few of my favorite hashtags on instagram and discover one of the most supportive, positive communities on social media!

You can also follow me to see more of what I'm creating!