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Jennifer David Jul 15
Steam Generating Irons - Idea List by Jadavision on Amazon
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Anne Whalley Jul 13
Duplicating the funnel top pattern Butterick 4873 I will keep the original top pattern & Change my copy pattern for a new neckline from Vogue 9330
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Vidya Sewing Machines Mar 14
"Remember, nobody was knowing how to sew. It's a learning opportunity." ||
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EclecticMaker Jul 5
**SEWING TIP** Here's a way that you and your partner can combine hobbies.... If they play golf why not 'borrow' their tees to help keep your thread and bobbins together... Great storage idea - what are yours?
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Mayra Cecilia Jul 20
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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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Elly PriZeMaN May 22
Not my photo but a good bit of advice for sure. 🤣🤣🤣 Happy hump day awesome people!
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Sewdium Jun 10
Next time when you’re out there auditioning threads, try unraveling a small piece from the spool and place against your fabric. This gives you a true match instead of placing the entire spool next to your fabric, which makes the thread color too concentrated. . . .
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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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AraneaBlack Dec 4
Hopefully a start of a new “thing”! I want to dedicate every Tuesday to sharing a small sewing/pattern (corset related stuff too) tip with you. 😃
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AppleGreen Cottage Jul 16
Loving this sewing idea:Here's a beginner's guide to interfacing. Avoid beginner mistakes and do it right - the first time!
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Ana Valls Dec 5
Do you also use tweezers to thread your overlocker? Any tricks or tips you want to share? ✂️🙋‍♀️
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Hart's Fabric Feb 28
We’ve got a simple tip! If you use an over edging foot on a raw edge seam you can get that professionally serged look without a serger! Scroll through to see how easy it is!! ❤️✂️🧵
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Mayra Cecilia Jul 18
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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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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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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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Ka-Ho Jake Leung Mar 12
You must always have to be on top to get the sewing & the detail done. Organisation & planning is the way to get a finishing product/garment. Got to be focus to get it all done!
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Mayra Cecilia Jul 12
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VeePretty Jul 11
Finished embroidering my jeans to disguise poppy juice stain and social media tip to get rid if it with sterilising fluid
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