Have you heard of The Foldline?
The Fold Line is a fairly new site that was launched for sewers. I was recommended to me by Poppy in stitches after reading my post about organising my knitting stash on Ravelry, I'd asked if there was something similiar out there for sewers.
I use Pattern Review occasionally but it seems a bit dated and clunky to use sometimes. Anyway so recently I signed up for The Fold Line and these are my initial thoughts.
It's much more modern looking. You can search through their database of patterns, and like Ravelry, you can add patterns to your own library. The forum seems good and it's a good place for arranging meet ups with like-minded local stitchers. You can browse and follow members, designers and bloggers, and add friends to your network. There is a blog too if you want to follow that. There are also sewing resources that look quite useful, for example links to all your favourite Indie pattern designers sew-alongs. There is even some fun stuff like free sewing themed wallpaper for your computer and sewing themed playlists! I also liked the sewing city guides. I feel some fabric shopping trips coming on!
My initial thoughts about the Fold Line are I like it! A lot of time and thought has gone in to developing this site. Not sure how much time I will spend on there yet, but it's good to see a dedicated site like this for us stitchers.
Do you use The Fold Line? What do you think of it? Feel free to add me as a friend. You can find me there under Stylish Stitcher.