Melly Sews shows us five ways to turn a long strip of fabric with a seam, such as a bag strap, or arms and legs for a doll. Five ways to turn straps right side out when sewing – using a tube turner, a loop turner, and a safety pin. Melly Sews also offers a … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Where Melanie gets her sewing machines http://bit.ly/sewminithings The sewing machine featured is a Juki HZL LB- 5020 and typically retails for $299. A great cutting mat, basic ruler and rotary cutter set. Some favorite specialty quilting rulers A Bluetooth speaker http://amzn.to/2gsZXgE Clover glass head pins Quilty Box Ceramic Cats (?) Search on Etsy.com, or, look at local gift shops Clover Wonder Clips Thread … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Let’s Learn To Sew put this great sewing video series together with some great information about some of the various sewing and quilting tools, notions, and sewing machine feet commonly used. Learn how to make an over-sized ironing board, how to make cement pattern weights, how to change your sewing machine needle, see how to make … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Learn how to use pinking shears to trim the seam allowances or pattern piece edges of your sewing projects to prevent fraying and unravelling! with FashionSewingBlogTV with Deborah Moebes More seam finishing at SWN: Video: Sew a Stitch and Pink Seam Finish – Watch how to stitch & pink seam allowances with these step-by-step instructions. Video: Two Great … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Published on Jan 8, 2015 The Binding Tool Star Quilt: Easy Quilting Tutorial with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Co. MSQC’s Jenny teaches us how to make the easy and beautiful Binding Tool Star Quilt using jelly rolls (2 1/2 strips of precut fabric) and the binding tool template. To get the materials needed … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Jodi from Jocole Patterns shows you the Electric Seam Ripper. You won’t believe your eyes when you see how quick and easy it is to rip out sewing mistakes with the electric seam ripper (hair trimmer). Shown on both the traditional sewing machine stitches and serger stitches.
Teach Yourself to Sew is a free video series, from the editors of Threads magazine, for beginner sewers or anyone who wants to brush up on their skills. Threads magazine demonstrates basic sewing techniques, shares tips, and gives step-by-step instruction for beginner sewing projects. Visit ThreadsMagazine.com/sew for more information. See more: Topic: Sewing Room Tour – Storing … [ Read More at SWN! ]