British Sewing YouTubers

Find lots of great sewing vlogs from British sewing Youtubers to watch. Get sewing tips, pattern hacks and inspiration.

Do love seeing what other garments people are sewing? Exploring their stash and their recent fabric purchases? Visually learning sewing tips and tricks?

Then we have several great YouTube channels for you below. There’s already several posts listing sewing YouTubers so we thought we would focus on British ones, they are more likely to be using fabrics and patterns you can easily buy in the UK than the international YouTubers, and may chat about shops you’ve visited. Plus the chances are you could meet them at a sewing meetup one day!

We’ll list them in alphabetical order, just click on their names to visit their You Tube Channels.

Alex Judge Sews 

Alex’s videos share her experiences sewing a contemporary wardrobe that includes those who are over 50. She posts videos most weeks chatting about her sewing plans, new pattern releases and fabric.

Beyond The Pink Door

Andrea started off with a You Tube channel and now runs a lovely online fabric shop too! In her weekly lives she introduces you to her new fabrics and shows you what she’s been sewing. There are also some sewalong posts for various patterns too.

Button & Pip

Adelle’s vlogs show you what she’s been making during her mission to create a handmade wardrobe. You’ll also find videos about her sewing plans and pattern reviews.

Charlotte Emma Patterns

As well as sharing info about her patterns Charlotte posts a monthly update of what she’s been sewing. As the organiser of Sew Brum and The Sewing weekender you will also find lots of videos about sewing meetups on her channel.

Devon Thread Tales

Angela’s channel is focused on her sewing makes with reviews of sewing patterns, vlogs about her sewing plans, and she shares some of her fabric hauls too!  She posts regularly with new vlogs appearing most weeks.

Elle and the Stitches

Fashion student Elle shares tips, her makes and has a handy series about sewing on a budget. She also gives you a guided tour of her fabric stash as well. Who doesn’t love browsing someone else’s stash!

Gabberdashery

Gabby is back to vlogging after a break and will be sharing more sewing inspiration, sewing plans and fabric hauls.

Jessali Handmade

Sophia, the owner of a handmade homewares company in Dorset, has lots of great sewing tutorials on her channel. She shares both handy sewing techniques, and full projects you can sew. There are also some behind the scenes vlogs as well as videos about what she has been making.

Juliet Uzor

Former Sewing Bee winner Juliet shares sewing tips, tricks, ideas and hacks in her YouTube videos to help you create your own stylish garments.

Lizzie B

Lizzie does regular Sew & Tell videos sharing what she’s been sewing and the fabric she’s been buying. Plus she has some tutorials, sewing tips and guides to fitting various patterns.

Lost My Thread

Find out what garments Teresa has been sewing each month, find useful dressmaking tips and learn about her sewing plans on her You Tube Channel.

Kittenish Behaviour

Sian has several great get the look videos alongside pattern reviews, sewalongs, handy tips and more. There are hundreds of videos to choose from!

Made By Cath Craft

You can expect weekly videos from Cath sharing her journey to making a handmade wardrobe. She shares her makes, her fabric hauls and does pattern round ups by theme.

Michou Makes

Micheline’s goal with her You Tube channel is to reach out to older sewists. She posts regularly on a range of sewing related topics including tutorials, sewing chat, sharing her makes, pattern reviews, hacks and more.

Notes From The Sewing Room

Find pattern reviews, fabric hauls and tutorials on Becky’s channel. We especially like the videos where she shows you multiple versions of garments from the same pattern that she’s made.

Running Sew and Sew

On Judi’s channel you’ll find vlogs about her sewing plans, wedding sewing, pattern reviews and more.

Sew Amelia

Get an insight into Amelia’s sewing plans and fabric acquisitions in this fairly new You Tube channel.

Sew Custom

Suzanne guides you through her sewing processes for several different garments with detailed how to videos. She also vlogs about pattern cutting and shares handy techniques too. A great channel for new stitchers.

Sew Do It Emma

Emma shares pattern reviews plus her sewing plans and focuses on size inclusive sewing patterns.

Sew Little Time

Karen regularly shares pattern reviews, the projects she’s been making and her fabric hauls. There’s also a cute tutorial for polymer clay pattern weights. 

Sewing Bunny

Take a look at what Michelle has been sewing, the fabrics she purchased and find some handy pattern sewalong videos too.

Sewn on The Tyne

Tamlyn shares inspiration, pattern reviews and unboxing videos of various sewing subscription clubs in her You Tube videos which she posts most weeks.

Sloths and Orchids

Alisa’s videos show you around her me made wardrobe and she shares sewing plans and fabric hauls too.

So Sew Mad

Cara shares videos on the garments she has sewn as well as fabric hauls and sewing plans.

Stitch Rip Repeat

Helen shares recent makes, unboxings, fabric hauls and some pattern reviews on her You Tube channel. She posts new videos for you to watch most weeks.

The Baker That Sews

Liz has recently started doing weekly videos sharing what she has been sewing that week. You can also find pattern reviews and Sew Hayley Jane unboxing videos.

The Dressmaker’s Closet

Pattern designer Jayne shares her makes, fabrics hauls and sewing plans alongside upcycling tips, tutorials, hacks and pattern reviews.

The Specky Seamstress

There are several pattern reviews on Laura’s channel plus a tour of her sewing room and a great series on sewing activities to do when you are short of time, energy or motivation.

The Yorkshire Sew Girl

This is another relatively new sewing channel with sewing chit chat, pattern hauls and details or Ruan’s upcoming makes.

Voice of a Creative

Although she hasn’t posted much recently Kealy used to post a video every Sunday sharing makes, fabric hauls, sewing pattern reviews and more. There’s plenty of sewing vlogs to watch.