Whilst searching through some of our favourite online craft spots for a Monday Makes feature, we stumbled across a YouTube channel that we just knew you’d all love. MADE Everyday is home to Dana, a lovable and enthusiastic lady with a passion for all things fabric and sewing. If you’ve been trying to decrease the size of your stash, you may need to look away now!
If you aren’t massively into sewing, don’t worry – Dana has shared a good few things on her channel that don’t have to be made with a needle and thread, and as she uploads so consistently, we’re sure that there will be more in the future. For example, there’s this video all about things you can make with a tin can, or this one about giant paper flowers!
But if you are into sewing, this is an absolute treasure trove of content and inspiration for you. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, there really is something for everyone! If you’re just getting to grips with sewing and starting out, then this video on how to use a sewing machine is perfect for you, or this one about cutting straight and curved lines with precision. If you’re a bit more experienced, you might like this video on how to laminate fabric, or one of Dana’s clothes-making videos, like how to sew a pair of shorts with a flat front. There are plenty of other videos all about sewing on her channel, so we definitely recommend taking a look!
Not only is Dana the creative behind this channel, but she also runs a blog of the same name, which is packed full of even more tutorials related to sewing and other crafts, delicious recipes, plus info on her stunning fabric collections (we’re obsessed with the ice cream sprinkle print) and a shop! Just having a scroll through the whole site is making us want to make something from our ever-growing stash! It’s also very clear to us that Dana is absolutely in love with what she does and wants to share her passion for crafting with the world! The positivity radiates from her content and we can’t help but smile along as we watch her videos or read her blog posts.