Sewing Accessories Must-Haves For Every Sewing Blogger
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Sewing Accessories Must-Haves For Every Sewing Blogger

Buying the Right Sewing Accessories

Buying the Right Sewing Accessories

When it comes to picking all your paraphernalia for a hobby like sewing, it can easily get overwhelming and there’s that impulse to buy just pretty much anything you see. Eventually though, majority of these purchases end up adding to the sewing clutter. But, admit it, sewing accessories just make the task even more exciting!

Buying the right sewing accessories will also ensure that you will be able to more productive in every sewing project that you have. It is also way more convenient if you already have the accessory with you, rather than buying as you need them. Need more ideas on what sewing accessories to buy?

Here’s a list of the hottest sewing accessories that you need to buy this month:

Self-Healing Cutting Mat

Well, the amusement of innovations certainly did not miss out the sewing industry, as it turns out that you can now get yourself your very own self-healing cutting mat. This feature basically assures you that your mat stays presentable and durable for a longer period of time. No need to worry about cuts and scratches while cutting on top of it. While you are at it, give yourself a little treat by buying larger sewing mat, so it would fit most of your projects, already.

Two-inch Pins

When you’ve had sewing projects with multiple layers in the past, then you have probably also encountered frustrations on pins that just do not cut through. For thicker fabric or layers, you can get yourself one of those lovely and longer pins, which come with cute designs on the tip to make it easier to pull it out. They also make good decorations on your sewing area when not in use (just make sure to safely store them in a pin cushion)

Emory Pin Cushion

At some point, you may have sewn your own DIY pin cushion, because that’s what we do! Improvise and personalize. However, for your needle and pins’ sake, consider replacing your current DIY pin cushion with one that has emory powder, the component that is responsible for keeping the tips of the needles and pins sharp.

Sewing Machine Cover

One can never have too many sewing machine covers, right? This is especially true if you still do not have a full-blown sewing table or desk where you can safely keep your machine. There are a lot of multi-functional covers available today that are soft enough to prevent scratches on the machine, while also keeping dust particles at bay. The bonus? They come in so many designs and colors, that you can certainly match it with your curtains!

These accessories can actually easily become a necessity in your whole sewing routine. So, these’s no need to worry about them being sidetracked from the other tools that you currently have. Plus, they also make everything easier for you.


Kathy is fashion and lifestyle writer who has recently earned interest in sewing her own clothes. Writing for Sewing Ideas gives her another avenue to express her experiences and learning in her sewing journey.

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