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LED like kit for a sewing machine. It's awesome!

Enhance Your Lighting With a Sewing Machine LED Light Kit

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A Guide to How to Buy Fabric: Understanding different types and how to find your way around the fabric store

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four square walls: a quicker way to change serger thread

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15 tips from industrial sewing you can use to make your home sewing higher quality and have less work.

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Use a thumb tack & tape to sew perfect circles!

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Ombré punch out

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How to tie the perfect bow

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Mr. Clean Magic eraser + 2-way glue = a mat like new! Great tip from fantabulouscricut...

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Chevron Art Using Melted Crayons

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Portable First-Aid Kit Sewing Tutorial: First-aid essentials all rolled up in a tidy package. Great stocking-stuffer idea! www.positivelyspl...

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candy cane ric rac

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Sharpie a stencil on a plate. Bake at 350 for 10 mins = permanent

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How to use multiple coupons and combined competitors coupons on a single purchase at Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and Joanne Fabrics.

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Cute and inexpensive DIY cake stands.

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How to sew a perfect teeny narrow hem

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sewing tips and tricks. this has everything! worth a million bucks!!!

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How to perfectly put scrapbook paper on wooden letters

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Ric Rac Flower Tutorial

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Easy way to make chevron pattern

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Personalized Fabric Mason Jar Label Tutorial using drop cloth, freezer paper and your home printer.

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When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on. BRILLIANT!

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Use magnets to store bobbins

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Glue Magnets to the bottom of a dish to hold sewing pins

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good resource for tension problems.

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Free fonts

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