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DIY: Cheap, Fast and Easy Clothing Labels

instructables.com

Sew Delicious: DIY Clothing Labels - Tutorial

Sew Delicious: DIY Clothing Labels - Tutorial

sewdelicious.com.au

This list of sewing tools is full of handy gadgets that make sewing SO much easier! Can't wait to try them all!

6 Indispensable Sewing Tools You Might Not Already Own

positivelysplendid.com

Transform an old pair of jeans into adorable summer shorts using bias tape. Instructions on the site.

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A9172737847 — альбом «Шить просто» на Яндекс.Фотках

fotki.yandex.ru

Learn how to finish seams when you're sewing... even if you don't have a serger!

Sewing Lessons: How to Finish Seams

polkadotchair.com

Wow...the easiest zipper tutorial. I'm be glad I pinned this one day!

Beginning embroidery

Understanding Thread Tension - Threads

Successful Sewing With Laminated Cottons (And Other Sticky Stuff)

A tensioning trick you may not know! Bobbins have tension too!

16 Easy Patterns to Sew for Beginners - Tip Junkie

Ever wonder about all those feet that came with your sewing machine? This site has fun tutorials for everything and tips for the experienced and beginner alike.

zipper installation shortcut!

The Slipstitch by Historical Sewing. (Use for hems, etc.) This lady's entire site is AMAZING!!!

The right way to sew on bias tape. I never knew I was doing it wrong. Now I see why I was always to frustrated:)

Learn to Spell ABC Pillow

good tutorial for sewing curves and appliques - yay!

great zipper how-to

StraightGrain. A blog about sewing: Bubble dress: patterns and tutorial

Tutorial: Invisible Seams, The Hidden Stitch | fern and freckle

A very unique #zipper Tutorial Love the idea of using scotch tape to hold down the zipper instead of pins-- she also has a nifty way of beginning the project. Worth a click through

I need to remember to use these kinds of clips the next time I sew on binding (instead of straight pins, which don't work so well for these jobs)