One of the main motivations for making this blog was to put all the links to blogs I visit daily in one place. =D
Cakespy ~ Cakespy, local Seattle dessert gumshoe and recipe experimentalist!
Tartelette ~ Ties for my favorite food blog. I learned how to make macarons from Tartelette. =)
Glass of Win ~ Rachaels’s travels through LA and beyond make me want to go “Om nom nom nom nom”….
Not So Humble Pie ~ Baking with an itsy bit of science thrown in, which is great if you want to understand why, say, lemon meringue pie filling is easy to mess up or macarons have no feet. Lots of recipes!
Savory Sweet Life ~ Another lovely Seattle food blogger!
Wandering Chopsticks ~ San Gabriel Valley Vietnamese girl who is my go-to source for Asian recipes.
Joy the Baker ~ Mmmm…ginger syrup….
A Fashionable Stitch ~ Lovely sewing blog with lots of tutorials. Can you say “How to Sew an Invisible Zipper”?
Vivat Veritas ~ Chie made my sister’s bridesmaid dress and her blog got me hooked on sewing.
Gertie’s Blog for Better Sewing
Casey’s Elegant Musings ~ Casey sews things with a lovely vintage flair!
Modern Vintage Cupcakes ~ Kat is a Kiwi sewist who whips up projects really quickly! Also, her photos make me want to go back to New Zealand.
Lladybird ~ Lauren sews awesome outfits.
My Happy Sewing Place
Four Square Walls ~ I really like Andrea’s blog
Paunnet ~ Paunnet sews from Italy and has also archived all recent issues of the Burdastyle magazine, no mean feat.
Attack of the Seam Ripper! ~ Dr. Camille was the model for Deer & Doe and she also sews & knits!
Petite Mess ~ Mariló sews from Spain!
Tilly and the Buttons
Megan Nielsen’s Design Diary
The Selfish Seamstress ~ but she did post some of her patterns for free
Sewing in No Man’s Land ~ Kelly’s beautiful blog has a lot of patterns
Bolt Fabrics ~ A neat Portland fabric shop
Tanit-Isis Sews ~ I have a crush on Tanit’s style and sardonic posts.
Coat specific sewing blogs, because I still haven’t started my Alice Coat:
Pattern ~ Scissors ~ Cloth ~ Sherry is a kiwi blogger who is extremely helpful!
The Japanese Pattern Challenge ~ A dad who has has made a lot of incredible coats over the last two years. Wow.
The Great Coat Sew-along
The Costumer’s Guide and The Costumer’s Guide Blog ~ Comprehensive movie costume research
Koshka the Cat and Koshka the Cat’s Blog
Pixel Ninja ~ Mind-blowing Samus armor from Metroid! …and other costumes too. Her Zelda is quite pretty.
Pikmin Link and her Deviant Art page ~ She does the best Link I’ve seen! And her magic armor is incredible.
AcksonL’s Youtube channel ~ Ackson goes to conventions, films fantastic cosplayers, and crafts the footage into incredible videos that inspire you to work harder on your costumes. (My favorites thus far: Fanime2011_3-4 and Katsucon2011_3-3)
Sewing with kids
Made by Rae ~ Really cute kids patterns for clothes, quilts, backpacks. Also, a Washi dress for grownups!
Pink Penguin ~ Ayu has some adorable pieced projects!
One Little Minute
Dana made it
Violette Field Threads ~ Some of the most beautiful girls’ patterns I’ve seen
I admit it: I like these fashion blogs
What Kate Wore: a Kate Middleton style blog
Hapa time: Jessica is a beautiful hapa blogger.
A Beautiful Mess
Bright Young Twins: bringing Edwardian fashion into the light!