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Traditional Inside Seam Finishing
To sew a truly professional-looking garment it is important to consider how the inside of the garment will look when completed as well as the finished outside.
Treadle Sewing Machines early 1900’s
The lovely grand dame of the vintage sewing world - the treadle sewing machine, surprisingly remains in use in many areas of the world today.
Understanding Home Sewing Patterns
A home sewer’s printed paper sewing pattern is like a road map; the directions on getting from one place to another are all tantalizingly provided, but it’s up to the reader to interpret and make sense of how to get from map point A (You Are Here) to map point B (Unfamiliar There).
Using Piping or Cording
Much more than a decorative outline to garment seams or pillow edges, piping can ease the strain on finished fabric seams subject to much wear or minimize abrasion of seam edges on much used pillows or sofa cushions adding strength to seams and curvy corners as well.
Valentine Hearts to Sew
When winter winds and chilly temperatures keep us inside, what better use of indoor time than to sew some warm cheery hearts for February’s Valentine’s Day.
Valentine's Day Sewing Projects
Valentine’s Day has come to represent one of romance and affection for loved ones to whom we send candy, flowers, cards and gifts, all in the name of St. Valentine. Sew up some crafty hearts for all your special valentines.
Zippers as Remarkable Fasteners
Zippers surely rank high among the modern useful inventions of the past century. Zippers are today a state of the art fastening device. Continuing industry research ensures this contemporary article of functionality its firm place in our modern world.
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