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CraftSanity Episode 125: A Conversation With Craft Book Author and TV Host Brett Bara

Hi folks! Today I’m bringing you a new episode of CraftSanity featuring a conversation with Brett Bara, crafter, author, TV host and jello mold enthusiast.

This podcast is part of Brett’s blog tour to promote her new book “Sewing in a Straight Line: Quick & Crafty Projects You Can Make By Simply Sewing Straight.”

I met Brett when she kindly interviewed me for an episode of the PBS show she hosts called “Knit & Crochet Today.” I had no idea then, but that interview turned out to be a pivotal part of my decision to quit my day job. When I watched it roughly a year after we recorded, I was struck by how happy I look talking about CraftSanity. After that, quitting my day job seemed like a no brainer.

At the time Brett was also the editor of “Crochet Today” magazine, but she ended up quitting her day job, too, to pursue her own crafty interests. Tune in to episode 125 to hear Brett tell the story of her creative roots growing up in rural Pennsylvania, moving to New York City and most recently hitting her stride as a Brooklyn-based craft expert. Brett also talks about what inspired her to write a sewing book.

“Sewing in a Straight Line” contains both basic and challenging projects, which makes it appealing to both experienced and rookie sewists. And Brett has gone the extra mile, working with friends to produce three instructional videos to show viewers how to sew a skirt, zippered pillow and a fabric bowl. (The fabric bowl is one of my favorite projects in the book.)

ENTER TO WIN a  copy of Brett’s new book! Leave a comment below about your first sewing experience to enter the random drawing for a copy of “Sewing In A Straight Line.” Was your first project a success or disaster? What did you make? Tell us all about it. The deadline to enter is Tuesday Aug. 9, 2011. Good luck!!

**** WINNER UPDATE*** : Julie is the randomly selected winner of a copy of Brett’s book. She posted this comment about her first sewing experience: “My first sewing machine project was a circle skirt for a belly dancing class I was taking. Can you imagine cutting out a giant circle of fabric more than half the length of your body? The sewing went on forever, and was most decidedly NOT in a straight line, and barely followed the curve I’d cut into the fabrick When I’d finished, I tried it on and it was longer on one side than the rest. Luckily, I was resourceful and put the too-long side over my bum, which was bountiful enough to take up the extra length so that the skirt was actuall the same length all the way around when I was actually wearing it. HA!”

Congrats, Julie!


And don’t miss out on the mega giveaway for a sewing machine and serger over on Brett’s blog.

You can find out more about her book here. And be sure to check out the other stops on her blog tour, too. Here’s the line-up:

Tuesday, July 19: Stitch Mag blog

Wednesday, July 20: Design Sponge

Thursday. July 21: Vickie Howell

Friday, July 22: Kristen Nicholas

Monday, July 25: Crochet By Faye

Tuesday, July 26: Prudent Baby

Wednesday, July 27: Craftsy

Thursday, July 28: Nicole Smith

Friday, July 29: The Crochet Dude

Monday, August 1: Coquette

Tuesday, August 2: CraftSanity

Thursday, August 4: CraftZine

Friday, August 5: Ellen Gormley

Monday, August 8: Etsy Craft Night

Tuesday, August 9: Linda Permann

Wednesday, August 10: Cal Patch

Thursday, August 11: TrueUp

Friday August 12: Tour finale, contest ends.

Episode Sponsor: Many thanks to episode 125 sponsor Tea Times Creations! Be sure to check out this shop that features cake stands fashioned from primarily vintage china as well as supplies and drilling services for those of you who want to make your own stands.

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Comment from Kelgurl
Time: August 2, 2011, 8:48 pm

first sewing project apron in 7th grade home ec the beginning of long and wonderfulful hobby

Comment from MelodyJ
Time: August 3, 2011, 12:19 am

My first sewing experience was hand sewing a mini Clifford the Big Red Dog in my elementary school reading class.


Comment from Heather Woollove
Time: August 3, 2011, 3:46 am

Ooooh…what a great giveaway!! My first sewing experience was stitching little fabric remnant garments for clothespin dolls. It only took a few little stitches to make the perfect little cunning scarf or skirt…and it started me on a lifetime of loving the fiber arts!

Comment from Sarah Edmonds
Time: August 3, 2011, 7:15 am

I don’t actually remember my first sewing project, but I do remember the blouse I was sewing in home ec class. We weren’t allowed to take it out of the classroom, but I used to sneak it home to get my mother to help me. It was my first project with a zipper in it. Now, having a 7 year old daughter, I’ve resurrected my old Barbie stuff and I’ve found some clothes my mom and I sewed for my Barbies… which I know took place at an earlier time than when I took home ec in high school.

Comment from Julia
Time: August 3, 2011, 8:06 am

My first real project was actually a formal dress for a dance in high school. Nothing like jumping in with both feet! It was pink moire taffeta and I loved it!

Comment from Diane
Time: August 3, 2011, 8:33 am

My Grandmother worked in the Garment District and sewed REALLY FAST! My Mother, who sewed REALLY FAST too, made clothes, slipcovers, curtains and all my clothes until I was 13.

I thought when you sewed, you had to go REALLY FAST, so my first project (a circle skirt) had all crooked seams because I was sewing REALLY FAST and trying to sew a straight line at the same time. Didn’t work – I’m still afraid of my Mother’s sewing machine!

I don’t try to make clothing anymore – I just make quilts where I can sew as slowly as I want in a straight line. I’m still happy when my seams match up.

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Comment from Amanda
Time: August 3, 2011, 12:13 pm

honestly I’ve been sewing (well hack-sewing!) for so long I am not even sure what my first official project was. Though I do recall making a simple drawstring bag out of lemon patterned fabric (in honor of my mom’s maiden name, Lemons) and that turned out pretty well… I used to keep my pads and tampons in it when I was 14! But I’m still hacking, er, um SEWING away today :)

Comment from Stephanie Hauser
Time: August 3, 2011, 12:22 pm

My first project was in Home Ec (yeah I’m old). It was a blue half apron with pleated pockets. It turned out really nice because Mrs. Long was a great teacher. I wish I still had it.

Comment from K.More
Time: August 3, 2011, 12:24 pm

I made endless Barbie clothes. A-line skirts were my favorite to make!

Comment from Carol
Time: August 3, 2011, 12:48 pm

I was 4 years old when I started sewing! Sitting at my grandmothers kitchen table using her Featherwieght Singer Sewing Machine I made doll clothes for my doll Gloria. I still have the doll and the orginal design I created that day!

Comment from Amy
Time: August 3, 2011, 3:38 pm

My first sewing project was just a couple of months ago … I made some simple coasters from pretty quilter’s cotton. My lines weren’t COMPLETELY straight, but they were still pretty! :)

Comment from Margo
Time: August 3, 2011, 4:22 pm

My first project was a dress for Home Ec. It wasn’t a total disaster but it wasn’t a huge success either.

Comment from Julie
Time: August 3, 2011, 5:35 pm

My first sewing machine project was a circle skirt for a belly dancing class I was taking. Can you imagine cutting out a giant circle of fabric more than half the length of your body? The sewing went on forever, and was most decidedly NOT in a straight line, and barely followed the curve I’d cut into the fabrick When I’d finished, I tried it on and it was longer on one side than the rest. Luckily, I was resourceful and put the too-long side over my bum, which was bountiful enough to take up the extra length so that the skirt was actuall the same length all the way around when I was actually wearing it. HA!

Comment from Catlyn
Time: August 3, 2011, 6:14 pm

My first sewing experience was a scarf in 7th grade home ec class! I still have it too! :)

Comment from Holly u
Time: August 3, 2011, 6:21 pm

The first cross-stitch pattern I ever did was I Girl Scouts. My mom and grandma sewed, so I know they got me started young, but I don’t remember what it was.

Comment from Amy Armato
Time: August 3, 2011, 6:46 pm

A patchwork quilt for my oldest son. It worked pretty well. Can’t wait to see the book.

Comment from Priscilla
Time: August 3, 2011, 9:43 pm

My first sewing project was a jumper in 7th grade Home Ec. It turned out fairly well except it was quite short.

Comment from Jen B.
Time: August 3, 2011, 10:07 pm

Does it count if someone else did the sewing? Picking out a Halloween costume every year for my mom to sew is a favorite memory. As for me sewing, the first project I finished was an outfit for my son for Easter, it turned out pretty well.

Comment from Julie
Time: August 3, 2011, 10:09 pm

My mom and I made a nightshirt as my first project when she taught me in college. I always was intimidated by her machine. I had broken it as a child when hiding underneath it, and I was annoyed by how it made the tv static-ky when she’d sew. Obviously, I had no appreciation for her work. I got into sewing (quilting initially) once I bought my own machine. I still shutter at the thought of using her sewing machine!

Comment from Laura
Time: August 4, 2011, 9:47 am

My first sewing project that I did on my own as opposed to home-ec class, was a book cover for my boyfriend who is now my husband of 30 years. I love the process even though the machine was a garage sale special and fussy. I continue to sew now. I love to make items that you just can’t find mass produced thus my moniker–gourmetsewer (that’s sewer not a drainage system)

Comment from Stephanie L.
Time: August 4, 2011, 11:57 am

My first sewing project was an felt eye glass case in Home Ec. in 5th grade. It came out OK I guess. Not that I ever got in the habit of using an eye glass case with my one pair of glasses that were always on my face…
I then tried my hand at making a stuffed pig. I stuffed him too full & he was hard as a rock and uncomfortable to love…I think he ran away to Romania or something.

Comment from kelli
Time: August 4, 2011, 4:28 pm

I remember making a potholder in the shape of a chicken. I found it recently when I was at my parents’ house and impressed my 7 year old (who now wants to learn to use the machine).

Comment from Rhiannon
Time: August 4, 2011, 6:13 pm

Mine was on my Mum’s sewing machine aged 8, I sewed tubes and cut armholes to make dresses for my dolls! Love the look of the book :)

Comment from Patty Demant
Time: August 4, 2011, 8:42 pm

my first sewing project was a dress for a dance in high school, 1968. I finished all but the hem in time to leave with girlfriends. What I remember is that I carefully pinned the rest of the dress together and it seemed to work out just fine!

Comment from miranda
Time: August 5, 2011, 12:01 am

I had to make a pair of shorts for a “Home Ec” class. I think I picked the cheapest fabric. I don’t remember if it was given to us or if we bought it but anyways it was terrible. At the time I didn’t even care to sew so I whined and my mom did most of it for me. I don’t think I ever wore them or even if they fit! I’ve come along way :) Looks like a great book!

Comment from Jean A.
Time: August 5, 2011, 3:24 pm

My first sewing experience was in Junior High, and it was a red corduroy skirt, and it was a disaster. I spent more time ripping out seams than sewing. I like to think I’m a little better now, but I think I’d get a lot of use out of the book. Thanks for the giveaway!

Comment from Lisa Smith
Time: August 7, 2011, 7:47 am

My first projects were handmade Barbie clothes and I thought they were wonderful!

Comment from Shari
Time: August 7, 2011, 10:15 am

I’ve been thinking about how to answer your question since I listened to your podcast. I honestly don’t remember ever not sewing. My mom and grandmothers both sewed and I don’t have a “first memory”. I just remember always doing it or sitting with my grandmothers and mother when they sewed.

Comment from Lisa
Time: August 7, 2011, 10:53 am

I was trying to get your latest podcast through itunes and it is not there. Craftsanity isn’t showing up in the results. Help?

Comment from Tammy
Time: August 7, 2011, 9:41 pm

My first experience was a gathered skirt and matching triangle scarf for a 4-H project. The fabric was some awful pastel blue print from the late 60’s/early 70’s with little “sweet doll” images on it. It was very popular, does anyone remember the characters? They were on everything. I remember Hallmark Holiday ornaments stamped with the image.

Comment from Kari
Time: August 8, 2011, 10:31 am

Same problem as Lisa above. Craftsanity is not coming up in iTunes!??

Comment from Ramona Sews in Wyoming
Time: August 8, 2011, 10:57 am

My first :) was probably taking the socks that were being thrown away and making them into Barbie closes; my first real sewing was in home ec class first with an apron and then a fitted, lined dress. Totally hooked… And better yet I love helping others become hooked. My grand daughter has been sitting on my lap since she was just over 2 and sewing with me. She is 7 now and loves it. Her brother 5 does too. She used to think that making the sewing machine “go” worked by putting both hands in the right position :) Yet alas it was just her “Oma” doing the foot work.

Comment from Cindi
Time: August 8, 2011, 2:35 pm

My first sewing project was 7th grade Home Ec. A pillow that looked like a pig. Everyone had to select a pillow project and we had several animals to choose from. I don’t know why I picked a pig! It turned out ok but I really haven’t sewn much in my adult life. I get too frustrated – Brett’s book sounds like a great way to kick start my sewing again!

Comment from AJ
Time: August 8, 2011, 4:39 pm

I remember practicing straight “seams” on a 1973 Singer “Stylist” machine. My Mom set me up with a stack of lined paper, a needle past its prime, and a telephone book so that I’d sit at the proper height for sewing.

Doesn’t sound exciting, but at 7 years old I was pretty stoked to use a piece of equipment normally reserved for grownups! I must have worked through dozens of sheets of paper. (Note that this was well before the days of widespread eco-awareness!)

Unfortunately I never progressed to thread and fabric.

Fast forward almost thirty years later to late 2009 when I take on my first real sewing project – replacing the hood on a vintage pram. Not a traditional first project, I know, but it happened under extenuating circumstances. A good friend of mine was nine months pregnant and REALLY wanted to replace the deteriorated pram hood. (You know how it is. That’s just how you roll at nine months.) Figuring I could do it since I’m crafty, she called me for help. I was nervous about my lack of real sewing skills, but excited to do something challenging and really special for my friend.

The whole project took some research, finangling and prototying, not to mention ramshackle pattern drafting, but boy did those straight “seams” I learned in childhood ever come in handy! I even borrowed my Mom’s Singer “Stylist” to sew the new pram hood – to be poetic, yes, but mostly because I didn’t own a sewing machine. (I’m still shopping around for my own machine.)

The pram hood turned out pretty nifty for a first project. And I’ve been sewing ever since. (Though I haven’t had the same kind of beginner’s luck with subsequent projects…oh well!) Teaching myself mostly, but I also just started taking lessons and the experience has been pretty awesome. Never too late to learn.

Comment from Aleta ~ Hinterland Mama
Time: August 8, 2011, 7:20 pm

I’m in Australia, can I enter too?
I loved the Podcast ~another goodie!~ and would LOVE this book!

My first ever sewing project on a machine, was at school, in Home Ec. I was about age 12. I sewed a Gold Yellow tracksuit to go with my netball uniform. I was especially proud of the iron on transfer saying ‘netball’ on the breast.
The neckband was a little too high. The arms were a little uneven. But I was so proud of myself.
On wearing it for the first time to netball though ~ I think it was perhaps a little TOO yellow. A bit of giggling behind hands and an occasional ‘banana’ comment was heard.
I don’t think I ever used it for it’s purpose again…

Comment from ashley moran
Time: August 9, 2011, 6:14 pm

my first sewing project was clothes for my stuffed animals. i can’t remember what my first machine project was- but i do remember my first few were haunted by constantly breaking the needle! it wasn’t until last year that i finally learned how to use a sewing machine!

Comment from Beth
Time: August 9, 2011, 6:18 pm

My first project was hand sewing dish towels together to make a pillow with a lace edge. It was a second grade project and my mom helped me with it. And I still have it! (It is tan with mallard ducks on it.)

Comment from thezenofmaking
Time: August 9, 2011, 6:25 pm

My first sewing experience was putting together braided rugs with my great grandmother when I was a very little kid. I credit her with infecting me with the sewing bug, but I didn’t pick up a needle again until years later. (And I’m so glad I did!)

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Comment from Katie
Time: August 9, 2011, 6:54 pm

My first project was a set of shower curtains for my dorm’s bathroom. They had housed in a former boy’s dorm that had no privacy for the shower stalls! So the curtains were very much welcomed by my dormmates.

Comment from Jaye
Time: August 9, 2011, 8:20 pm

I made a kind of strapless corset top to wear under a lace blouse. I had never made any clothing before. I was 400 miles away from my mom and I had a borrowed sewing machine. I did it, including the boning and silky fabric. I wore it to the formal event and nobody laughed. I think it might have taken most of the garment sewing out of me, but you never know! I am still amazed that I did it.

Comment from Elizabeth Macomber
Time: August 9, 2011, 8:36 pm

About 70 years ago I lined a cigar box for a Brownie project all being done by hand. I remember it all very well.

Comment from Janet
Time: August 9, 2011, 9:12 pm

One of my first sewing projects was a rather hideous apron with a matching potholder that I made when I was 12! Bright colours, though, which are still important to me today.

Comment from GMaggie (Ravelry)
Time: August 9, 2011, 9:17 pm

My first sewing experience was receiving blue plaid fabric and a pattern for a sleeveless back-zip jumper/shift when I was 11 years old as a birthday gift from my babysitter. She was a marvelous seamstress and mother of 4. She taught me step by step every day how to read a pattern, pin it out, cut it and sew it up (always pressing seams!) into a very nice looking jumper if I do say so myself. It was beautiful and I loved it and it started my passion for sewing. MAGICAL!

Comment from Debra
Time: August 10, 2011, 1:09 am

My irst sewing project was a disater in high school home education. I still had to wear it to school for a day to pass!

Comment from Anne
Time: August 12, 2011, 4:14 am

Oh, I’d like that book. I made a pair of salmon read short shorts in striped athletic fabric back in the 80s in school. We all made that (the boys also had so learn to sew) and there were three colours to choose from and at least half of us wore them in gymnastics class. I sewed a little then but was let astray by computers. I returned with a vengeance 10 years later as hasn’t looked back.

Comment from Tamara
Time: August 12, 2011, 5:26 pm

My first sewing project was a dress, granted my grandmother did most of the sewing I was more the apprentice but it counts. Years later, my first solo project was a sad looking curtain that silk hangs at my front door as a source of pride. I’m learning how to make cushions and sew in zippers which is quite fun.

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Comment from Tammy
Time: September 14, 2011, 12:44 pm

Been sitting here, doing some hand-stitching while I catch up on listening to podcasts. Listening to this one now and the time has been flying while I get a handbag completed. Would have been tedious otherwise! Thank you for doing such an amazing job with each episode!!

Comment from linda
Time: October 4, 2011, 11:14 am

Wow, it was really interesting to hear about Brett’s journey… amazing and down-to-earth… thanks for sharing. The book sounds fantastic…will have to check it out!

Comment from Bobb G
Time: November 10, 2011, 3:58 pm

In high school back in ’84 or ’85 I took Home Ec because of some girl I was pursuing, and the 2nd semester was sewing; as the class project we had to make an article of clothing with the stipulation that it had to be wearable to pass. I made a pair of shorts from some material that fell apart in the washer the first time, lol. Twenty some odd years later I am in prep mode to return to that lost love (sewing, not the girl…lol) and begin quilting!!!! :D

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