The Little Sewing Room

The Little Sewing Room Here at the Little Sewing Room, we encourage you to feed your creativity. You can create it!

We offer professional skills of pattern drafting and draping, classes to prepare you for fashion school, services of historical reproductions and custom-made clothing, and sewing classes for all levels and ages. Our instructors have years of experience in theatre, television and university institutions. The Little Sewing Room is a place to brush up on old skills as well as learn new ones. We encourage you to learn and create something you can be proud of.


The sign of an exquisitely handmade plaid jacket…matching the plaid on covered buttons to the jacket plaid! Great work Paola!

Photos from Attire's Mind's post 06/03/2023

So amazingly creative!


For people interested in the history of the home sewing pattern…

Thanks, Random History of the Day !

They built the digital world. Now they just want to sew and make chairs. 05/27/2023

We all need to create beautiful things…

They built the digital world. Now they just want to sew and make chairs. Those who came up in the era of ‘move fast and break things’ are learning to slow down and make things.

Photos from Historia de la Moda y los Tejidos's post 05/22/2023



Now how about that!

Amelia Earhart created a clothing line called “Amelia Fashions” in 1933. Earhart had been interested in flying apparel for women for years. At the beginning of her career, Earhart had to wear aviation suits that were designed for men and poorly fitted for a woman. There was nothing else available. Her fashion line was made up of wrinkle-free dresses, skirts, pants, and outerwear. Some designs even used materials such as parachute silk and fabric used for airplane wings. The outfits were crafted for practicality and designed to suit the needs of “active women.” They broke the mold for traditional women’s dress during the 1930s.


. Fang completed her concert performance ensemble today. Her second class with us after completing 101. A taffeta skirt and velvet blouse; not easy fabrics. She looks so beautiful and excited to finish. And so professional on the inside too! Congratulations Fang!

If you think fast fashion is bad, check out SHEIN 04/27/2023

Ever heard of SHEIN? Do you shop there? Did you think about the impact you are having on the environment? On people? You can make it better and we can help you!

If you think fast fashion is bad, check out SHEIN There's fast fashion – and then there's SHEIN. The Chinese fashion giant is taking what we thought was already bad to new extremes. They produce ultra-cheap ...


We think our bra making class was a success. After making a mock-up, Alana created this beautiful and comfortable bra! We hope you enjoy wearing it Alana!


Fang inserted an invisible zipper into her blouse today. Only her second zipper. In velvet. And she got it on the first attempt!! And she learned that hand basting is her friend. Great work Fang!


Got us some custom made dressforms going on here! Alana chose a beautiful and subtle brocade for hers. Next she will make one for daughter!


A little textile humor!….


Hand-made valentine sachets. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Dead Bra Day - February 13 - Life of a Fairy Bra Mother 02/13/2023

This is from a couple of years ago…but a good philosophy! You can make beautiful bras! Join u for our next bra class.

Dead Bra Day - February 13 - Life of a Fairy Bra Mother For bra-makers, the day BEFORE Valentine's is the important one. That's Dead Bra Day, the day you clear out all your ill-fitting, tired and worn out bras.


La’Risa’s new photo shoot ensemble is done! “I’m ready for my baby closeup Mr. DeMille!” Congratulations on your family growing!


How did they defy gravity?

Photos from Costume Designers Guild 892's post 01/24/2023

Congratulations to the these talented designers!


Happy New Year All! May 2023 be rich in good things for all. And lots of sewing!


Today we start to chronicle the creation of a Renaissance Faire costume by 11year old Jackie. Jackie is an aspiring actress and really loved the Faire last fall. She will go in costume next year. She also learning about as the first piece (the underdress) is being made from a tablecloth. Follow us as she continues her journey.


Ariel completed her cute blouse just before Christmas with this exquisitely made bias tie! Can’t wait to hear what her school fashion teacher thinks! Great work Ariel!


Mia finished her holiday ornament today for her family. So cute!


Merry Christmas! May your holiday be filled with the blessings of friends, warmth, cheer, and sewing!


A couple of turtle-sloths going out as gifts; aren’t they cute and clever! Our kids are multi-talented and creative!


A quick pic of one of our student’s handmade pen holder/bookmark for her teacher’s journal. So cute, she will love it!


Love it! Little Sewing Room pink!

SO COOL! 25 ft Christmas tree made of lit flamingo lawn ornaments!
Credit: Jenn Cotton 🎄🦩


! We have a new bra sewing class in January? Pattern and kit are included in the cost. Need an idea for a gift? How about a gift certificate for a journey to make beautiful bras!

Timeline photos 12/02/2022

And another!

Chase away the grey with this electric pink Grès!

Today is Madame Grès' (1903-1993) birthday. A sphinx of fashion, the evolution of this designer's name is but one example of her mysterious ways. Born Germaine Emilie Krebs in Paris, she was known professionally as Mademoiselle Alix, Alix, and Alix Barton before becoming Madame Grès in the early 1940s. This name was adopted from her husband, a painter named Serge Anatolievitch Czerefkow, who signed his works Gres.

As a child, Madame Grès hoped to become a sculptor, an ambition not supported by her parents. Instead, she trained as a dressmaker, probably working as an in-house milliner at the Parisian department store Au Bon Marché and later as a designer for the Premet couture house. Her interest in sculpture is evident in her work, with early designs featuring drapes, twists, and gathers that suggest the garments portrayed in classical statuary. Madame Grès also drew inspiration from untailored garments like the sari and kimono.

The asymmetrical silk dress seen here dates from the latter years of Madame Grès distinguished career. Though much of Grès' work used the body as a foundation to explore the possibilities of twisting, draping, and pleating fabric, this cocoon-like dress almost ignores the body. An exploration of form, the dress displays a titillating amount of leg, a revelation aligned with late 1960s fashion. No zippers or buttons mar the lines of the dress. Instead, Madame Grès placed a line of hidden snaps at the shoulder, a natural breaking point for any garment.
Dress by Madame Grès, c. 1970
Gift of Doris Raymond in honor of Kevin Jones

Photos from In Pretty Finery's post 12/02/2022

A dress in Little Sewing Room pink! And it’s a stunner!!


Doing some messy work today in preparation for a special class in January!


Happy Thanksgiving to all. May your holidays involve lots of sewing!

We have a special new class coming in January!


Due to an event we must attend tomorrow, we will be closed for all classes. We will resume our regular schedule on Friday. Happy sewing!


Happy 10th Birthday to US! Wow! Sharing our love of sewing and garment creation for all this time! Here's to 10 more!


This looks wonderful!!!!


More Dior!



Photos from Attire's Mind's post 06/23/2022

One of our favorite designers…

Photos from Attire's Mind's post 05/31/2022

Some fun info for the day!


Greetings all! Due to a family obligation, we will be closed this Thursday evening March 17, from 6:30-9:30. See you next Thursday!

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Thursday 10am - 9:30pm
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