We’re Going BIG For National Sewing Month! Throughout September, we are giving away nearly $20,000 worth of sewing machines, and we’re featuring exclusive Daily Deals to celebrate the joy of sewing! Our Daily Deals feature hundreds of sewing products, parts, and accessories at deeply discounted prices. Daily Deals are only valid for 24 hours and supplies are limited. Be sure to snag the items you want quickly. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.… Read More »Do You Want A Free Sewing Machine? Enter Our Giveaway and See Past Winners!
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We’re proud to announce that we’re now carrying fabric by the yard! We’ve been working hard on adding the functionality to our website, and we’re super excited to finally start rolling it out. Currently, we have hundreds of bolts of fabric in stock and ready to ship. The plan we have is to be your one-stop shop for everything sewing: parts, machines, fabric,… Read More »SPO is now selling Fabric!
Sewing Parts Online Ranks No. 2084 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 192% On August 20, 2014 Inc. magazine ranked Sewing Parts Online on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such as… Read More »Sewing Parts Online – #2084 of the Inc. 5000 List (2014)
Today I wanted to do something fun and out of the ordinary, funny face Friday! It’s always fun to get a behind the scenes look of a company and to see the people that actually work there. I knew some people wouldn’t want to make a funny face because it’s embarrassing, so I went and bought a bunch of gift cards. To… Read More »Funny Face Friday!
In March 2014 Sewing Parts Online launched the Community Design Scholarship ~ a $1,000.00 annual scholarship awarded to a student pursuing a degree in fashion or interior design. We at Sewing Parts Online are proud and delighted to introduce you to the 1st recipient of this scholarship ~ Bailey Smith. Bailey is a freshman at Missouri State University and is pursuing a… Read More »First Recipient of our Annual Sewing Parts Online Scholarship
Laughter is the best medicine and it’s time for a big dose of happy. Kick up your feet and enjoy some of the most liked/pinned/shared sewing and quilting memes/comics. So many misconceptions about what a sewist really does. Honestly, I’d say most of my time is spent finding the tools I just had in my hand a second ago… This is… Read More »12 Sewing and Quilting Memes Sewers Understand All Too Well
So, what’s the big difference between cotton and polyester fabric? There are those who swear by cotton, but cheaper polyester is pretty tempting, isn’t it? You may think that the lower cost of polyester means a lower quality product, but that isn’t necessarily the case. Polyester is great for some projects, while cotton is great for others. The real trick is to weigh… Read More »The 411 on Cotton vs. Polyester: The Pros and Cons
I don’t think I can emphasize enough the importance of thread quality. It’s not that you must always use the top-of-the-line thread for every project; it’s that you want to use the appropriate quality for your project and task. For instance, I’m not going to use my expensive thread to sew basting stitches. It’ll just make ripping them out even harder. But… Read More »Simple Tip to Determine Thread Quality
Awhile back, I made a resolution to get my scraps together. I think most of us can agree every little scrap counts. If you grew up like me, cutting up sheets because off-the-bolt was too expensive, then you know exactly what I’m talking about. I’m going to be honest. My scraps were a hot mess; like a hazard zone. Before, I would… Read More »Scrappy Organization: Update