Welcome to my Crafty Blog!

samantha sews

I'm Samantha (Sam), a mechanical engineer, seamstress, crafter, & entrepreneur. Enjoy perusing photos of my sewing and craft-related adventures. I hope my blog brings inspiration and happiness to your day!

My Products

maker signs from lasercut wood, available at samanthasnap on etsy

plush narwhal sewing kit: make a narwhal! available at fluffyland

wood camera necklaces, available at samanthasnap on etsy

Fluffyland Narwhal Sewing Pattern, Whale Sewing Pattern PDF

popular posts

Handmade Wool Alpaca Plush Tiny Handmade Plush Cactus
Annual Ladies' Board Rummage Sale orange sewing machine from germany
Marietta Big Chicken custom plush tiny narwhal graduation gift

Tutorials & Free Projects

Tiny Thread Spool Pushpins Tutorial X-Stitch Throw Pillow Tutorial
Starburst Wrapper Bracelet Tutorial Vintage Hassock Reupholstery DIY
Safety Eye Installation Tutorial for Plush a guide to sewing in your dorm room
Sewing Basket Essentials for Beginners a gift guide for the seamstress who has everything



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The Sewing Story

handmade whale zipper pouchWhen I was quite young, I learned the basics of the art of sewing from my mama. I watched her make many of my outfits, and she let me help. I didn’t do much for awhile, but as I grew the urge to create things from fabric began to tick softly inside me. By the time I was 10 years old, I was creating outfits for my American Girl dolls and making change purses to sell to my friends at school (for a couple shiny quarters apiece!). As I grew, so did my sewing skills, and so did my love of the art.

Most nights, as I’m falling asleep, my head spins with new ideas for fabric choices, color combinations, and patterns. Sewing is what I do to express myself and to escape. I can’t think of much that feels better than wearing clothes and accessories you’ve made yourself; nothing really compares.

This blog is a documentation of some of my processes, experiments, and creations. I hope that through sharing my creative vision, I can inspire others to make new and exciting things. Sewing is sometimes regarded as much less than the art form that it is, and I hope that future generations continue to appreciate the value of creating things with one’s own hands, because it is truly a remarkable experience.

Fluffyland - a shop filled with handmade cuteness

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