Welcome to Yesterday’s Thimble!

Browse through past blog entries and you’ll find sewing hints and tips, along with book reviews, studies of antique fashion plates, and commentaries that relate to sewing, fashion, and historic costuming. Peek into my sewing closet and see what I’ve got lined up, which projects I’ve abandoned (and why), and which I’ve finally finished.

For more detailed sewing instructions, browse the Tutorials. For a glimpse of the creative process, take a look at my Sewing Diaries. You might also enjoy the Articles I’ve written on a number of sewing-related topics.

If you like to shop, you can browse the Notions Shop for books on sewing and historic costume. We also offer a variety of sewing supplies, courtesy of Amazon.com.

If you live in Memphis, TN and are looking for private sewing classes, you’ll want to read the Student FAQ and About Sewing Classes.

Do you have a particular sewing topic you’d like to see discussed? Contact me and I’ll see what I can do.

About Lisha Vidler

I am a dressmaker and sewing instructor living near Memphis, Tennessee.
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One Response to Welcome to Yesterday’s Thimble!

  1. Matthias says:

    Welcome to the Pacific Northwest Melissa. It has been my home for more years than I care to raevel. I’ve lived on both sides of the mountains, and if you get too water-logged, come east. We quilt on the east side too. I like the flying geese project. Chain piecing certainly does speed up the process of assembling many parts for a whole. I came upon your blog through Bellaonline out of New Zealand and Australia. Keep stitching.

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