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Cheap scribe's tool. Mark a scribe line on the board using a pencil and a small washer. The washer follows any bumps or curves in the wall.

Cut slots in a piece of plywood with a jigsaw. Fill resealable bags with small parts, hardware or craft items and hang them from the slotted plywood.

When cutting especially wide or long pieces, a support on the side of the tablesaw helps make safe, struggle-free cuts. Here’s an inexpensive and effective support requiring just a length of PVC pipe, a few wood scraps, and a sawhorse. From the scrap, fashion two H-shaped saddles—capable of holding a length of 2" I.D. PVC pipe firmly in place—that fit snugly over your sawhorse’s top rail. Size the saddles so that the PVC pipe stands flush with the top of your tablesaw. —Gil Peck, Pillager, ...

Snap-On Soft Jaws - Woodworking Shop - American Woodworker. Must make these!

Easy-Lift Mobile Base | Woodsmith Tips

Darts are one of the most fundamental sewing techniques. Almost every garment sewer executes them in some form on a regular basis. I recently learned about one type of dart that you might not know of — the English dart. Let’s learn more about the English dart, including how to add this fashionable design element to your own patterns!

DIY: This link shows you how to avoid gaps in mitered cuts. Useful tip to know if you are making frames, too.

Eliminate cupping under abdomen - in 3 easy steps

Nancy Zieman's Sewing Elastic waistband

Neck binding tutorials from Pattern Runway

QUICK TOPS TO IMPROVE YOUR STITCHES: (SewStylish Magazine From Spring 2014) A plastic grocery bag can act as stabilizer when sewing terry cloth, fleece, and other fluffy or difficult to sew fabrics.

Check out this great tutorial for adding a zippered lining to any unlined bag -- really useful if you're looking to add closures to your tote bags for extra security! #sewing #zipper #lining #tutorial

I love my edge stitch foot! Bernina Foot No:10. Also fabulous for stitching-in-the-ditch!

Sewing Daisies ~ an awesome sewing blog full of sewing ideas and tutorials

how to sew a nice tiny hem for sheer/lightweight fabrics

simplest way to sew a lined stocking

40 sewing tricks you should know! - AndreasNotebook.com

white brick / blanket