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Nancy Zieman: Here's the easiest way ever to sew a zipper into a seam, using the no-pins method.

Want to know the trick to catching the reverse side of your bias binding tape every time?

Nifty little trick. use bobby pins to hold your binding in place while hand stitching. Why didn't I think of that?

This is a vinyl sheet applied to your sewing machine for seam allowances and such! I'm sure this would be so helpful!

Push pin ring made out of a plastic bottle cap. Idea to make a cup cake pin for baking etc...

bobbins stick to magnetic strip. great idea if you have metal bobbins

Wow...the easiest zipper tutorial I think I've ever seen. I'm attempting it tomorrow!

Binding Tip, why did I never think of this.

Cheater Binding! One of those tutorials that makes you say "duh, why didn't I think of that?"

Simple fun way to get kids sewing! Free printable sewing sheets. Learn to handle the sewing machine by doing a maze and dot to dot! www.skiptomylou.o... #sewing #kids

How to bind a quilt with curvy edges.

taking in the baggy butt of jeans tutorial. I have needed this so many times with thrift store finds

Secret to cutting felt..... So, what's the secret?  Freezer Paper!  I am in love with this stuff.  I keep a roll downstairs to use for Cindy's crafts and painting projects and a roll in my craft room.  Love it. All you have to do is trace your pattern, picture, whatever you want to cut onto the paper.  You can even free hand your own pattern right on there.Iron it onto the felt until it stays. Cut around your pattern and then peel off the freezer paper. Yup seriously that easy!