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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…


How to Thread a Sewing Machine

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!


Traditional sewing pattern vs a Digital sewing pattern

Traditional sewing patterns vs. digital sewing patterns. I love how this article clearly points out the differences between the two. Great information about sewing.


How to Baste a Quilt

How to Baste a Quilt - Learn how I spray baste my quilts - much quicker and easier than some other methods! #quilting #tutorial #HowTo


60 Ideas To Recycle Your Old Sewing Machines

60 Ideas to recycle your old sewing machines in furniture diy with Vintage Upcycled sewing machine Recycled Interior Furniture DIY


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