1. TreeTree is in England and I love her enthusiastic, no nonsense style. Here is her apron video which I used to make a bunch of aprons for friends and also to sell on Etsy:
Here is my version of Tree's apron:
I omitted the pocket because I didn't want to block the recipes.
I put them on Etsy but, of course, not 1 has sold. Really difficult to get going on Etsy until you get a following. My instinct was to say "unless" but thought "until" sounded more optimistic, LOL.
Here's my Etsy apron link:
Jenny is a quilter who owns her own quilting shop. I'm not a quilter (started it years ago and didn't have time for the time I know it would take up as it's obsessive ... one day) but love her videos as you can always get inspiration and advice from enthusiastic, creative people.
Not a person specifically, but a company that hires people to sell tutorials you buy on-line. I just watch their videos as lots of short little tutorials on there that are helpful.
This one's great about how to get the perfect corner:
This video of all the drafts of shirts he bought was boggling to me. I simply don't have that type of patience, but sure admire it.
5. NilerLove her videos as she's a great seamstress but is great at teaching us simpletons the trick of the trade.
6. VanessaShe's one of the instructors hired by Craftsy I believe, or one of those companies who sell tutorials. Anyway, she must be a popular on-line sewist as seems to be given a lot of stuff to give away, etc. She's one of my favourites, does excellent videos.
That's it for now, I really have to get back to work. Sewing is just my hobby and I tend to waste too much time on it.
I'd love to hear about your favourite sewing Youtubers, Etsy Sellers, Bloggers, etc.