Besides her outstanding tutorials, she offers sew-alongs. Each step in the sewing processes is broken down and clearly illustrated with accompanying instructions. For her Crescent skirt sew-along, she even included a discussion on what fabric to choose and the pros and cons of different choices. This is what makes her posts distinct. She includes enough clear information and discussion to allow the reader to understand why Tasia comes to her conclusions. This allows the reader to maker her own decisions based on solid education.
Tasia also posts about other sewing topics and the occasional non-sewing post. She often links to other sewing sites and usually responds to questions left in the comments. Her Sewtionary provides informative quick-read definitions of some sewing topics, often with links to her posts detailing the topic. Based on her blog, I think Tasia is a natural teacher.
Her style is feminine, modern, and fits the bright personality that comes through her posts. Her clothing usually made from patterns, some of which she designs herself. She is a self-described pear-shape and makes clothes that flatter her body.
Tasia posts multiple times per week, usually daily.
Sewaholic reminds me of an encyclopedia disguised as a novel. It is full of information and links to more information, but is a pleasure to read, even after a long day at work when I am half brain dead.
Bottom line: Sewaholic is an informative, uplifting, entertaining blog that deserves a tutorial award.