Thread sergers, or overlockers, are an excellent addition to your home-sewing kit. They stitch fabric like traditional sewing machines, but additionally offer a wide variety of stitch patterns for creative designs. They also have a cutting blade that trims excess material, leaving you with a clean, professional seam every time. Various types of thread sergers exist today, so Comparaboo has put together this shopping guide to get you serging in no time. #sewing…
Threading a sewing machine is as easy as 1 2 3, literally, because the faceplate is typically numbered with the steps you must follow as you guide your thread through the machine. This example uses a modern Singer Sewing Machine, but all machines follow the same basic principles. How to Thread a Sewing Machine: Video
Finding My Way: Fabric Balls - Craft Tutorial No need for a sewing machine - I often make these while waiting at Dr's office, airport, etc. sections are small enough to put into a ziploc bag until I have to stuff them. LOVE this for little ones!
Labels and business card design for the fashion designer Mertxe Hernández. She works in a little Studio - Shop in Barcelona, all you can buy in the store are handmade unique pieces. To capture this essence I used the traditional sewing vintage icons (scissors, thread, machine sew…) as the clothes she sells each label is also unique because they are designed to be handwritten. by Carla Cascales