Now in Paperback: Sew Jewish – The 18 Projects You Need for Jewish Holidays, Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebrations and Home
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Now in Paperback: Sew Jewish – The 18 Projects You Need for Jewish Holidays, Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Celebrations and Home

The Sew Jewish book is now available in paperback! Yeah! After the PDF version came out, so many readers asked about getting a physical book, especially to give as gifts, that I plunged in to figure out how to make it happen. I’m so grateful for everyone’s interest and support. The paperback version is now … Continue reading

2 Hanukkah Party Treats
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2 Hanukkah Party Treats

Hanukkah is almost here! We’ll soon be lighting menorahs, eating latkes, and spinning dreidels. The Sew Jewish book includes instructions for making dreidel game party favors, little pouches to fill with a dreidel and pieces of sweet chocolate gelt. The book even includes printable dreidel game instructions to tuck into the pouches (versions for both … Continue reading

How to sew fleece appliques for this super snuggly aleph-bet cuddle blanket – Video tutorial
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How to sew fleece appliques for this super snuggly aleph-bet cuddle blanket – Video tutorial

As I write this, it’s a chilly November morning, and Hanukkah is coming. Two great reasons to make a super snuggly aleph-bet cuddle blanket for a little one you love. This second tutorial based on the Sew Jewish book features: For sewists new to applique: Detailed description and demonstration of techniques for getting beautifully finished … Continue reading

How do you make a sewing project Jewish without using Hebrew phrases or Jewish symbols?
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How do you make a sewing project Jewish without using Hebrew phrases or Jewish symbols?

What makes a sewing project Jewish? I’m continually turning this question over in my mind. Hebrew phrases or Jewish symbols mark a project as Jewish, but what if you don’t use them? How do you give the object you’re designing a Jewish identity or imbue it with a Jewish idea? That was the question I … Continue reading