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Murray's Fabrics Apr 19
Do you know the most important thing you can do to protect your machine? It’s making sure it’s properly grounded. A surge protector is the best defense against a power surge. This is a worthwhile investment and can save you thousands of dollars in the long run!
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The Maker's Atelier Apr 10
April Showers - to make now - tips for sewing with waterproof fabrics
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Stitches, Spellslots & Summits 🌿🌍✂️✨⚡⛰️🏔️ Feb 11
Replying to @stitches_spells
Laura's Pro Sewing Tip: 😁 Always use a pattern weight (or in my case my wee anvil) to stop pattern pieces from slipping, especially on stretchier fabrics. Also using a patternmaster/ruler to draw the lines will ensure they are straight & you keep to the grainline
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Oodles of Craft 11 Feb 18
Lovely morning spent in a sunny conservatory on a one-to-one session with a lovely mum. Taught bias binding and appliqué so that she can finish off her amazing memory quilt. Can't wait to see a photograph of her finished make 💕
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Rebecca Jatoe Apr 11
How To Shorten Your Jeans But Keep Their Store-Bought Look!
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Tiffany_Reed_Crafts Oct 18
Don’t throw away your old mascara brushes! After you wash and clean them you can use them to clean out the hard to reach places on your sewing machine.
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Sew Sarah Smith Feb 10
first time I've also used self-bias to finish a curved hem...likely I'll be doing this again; such a neat and quick and simple way to do it!
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Art Gallery Fabrics Sep 1
On the blog today, join "Meli" in sharing with you a few of her must have sewing supplies! Also, make sure to watch the BONUS video at the end of the blog post for more great tips for beginner quilters. ✏📃
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Singer India Limited Oct 1
Always pull a few inches of thread through your needle and out to the back – and manually wind your needle to its highest position before you start sewing.
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Sew Sarah Smith 12 Oct 17
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Lenkas Alterations Jun 3
Have you ever wanted to secure fabrics without making those annoying little pin holes? Use paper clips on fabrics such as leather and oilcloth for a perfect alternative to pins!
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Craftess Ltd 28 Feb 18
Don’t fear sewing zips... The zips in Craftess kits are sewn in a super easy way so there’s no need to change to a zipper foot on your machine- yippee *does a happy dance* ✂️
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Emm Eiden Sep 26
Here’s a hand-sewing tip! When you pull the needle through the fabric, angle your hand in such a way that you can pet your cat who is sitting and staring adoringly at you.
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Art Gallery Fabrics Aug 7
AGF ! 📍 Sewing with our Voile fabrics, French seams are always used for this type of fabric. Also, A serged finish is possible as well. Hems can be top stitched by machine or hand-rolled. (Fabric featured: by Sharon Holland)
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Wendy Ward 28 Jan 18
For my column in this month's it's all about garment guts - helping you know your facing from your interfacing & your lining from your underlining and interlining.
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Arda Wigs Jan 15
We've entered week 6 of Winter Weekly Work in Progress! This week, Kyle has some tips and tricks for working with vinyl. See his full blog here:
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❤️ Feb 1
Sewing tip with velvet ——————————- You know how you sew and bunch up or your work don’t be perfect as you wanted be well you need change stitch Length You welcome 😊- Joselyn Dream
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Stitches, Spellslots & Summits 🌿🌍✂️✨⚡⛰️🏔️ Feb 11
Replying to @stitches_spells
Laura's Pro Sewing Tip #2 😁: in my opinion notches are the most important part of pattern drafting/sewing, make sure you mark them in & snip them to ensure your fabrics line up exactly! ✂️😊💚
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NikitaSkyDraws 11h
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N. Jefferson Ltd. Apr 20
For those without a serger, here's how to finish your seams with polish! via
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