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    Not a memory quilt, but an apron made from a man's shirt. Could definitely be a shirt with a memory!!

    Easy jumper Hack - cut back of a sweater that's too small and insert lace. Cutting higher will make sweater looser in chest and neck. The wider the lace the more give.

    Adding a double collar is an easy upgrade to any dress shirt. Save yourself time and aggravation with these step by step illustrated instructions. Paganoonoo sets you up for success. Upcycle sewing made simple.

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    This lady is AMAZING!! She is a thrift store genius!

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    Working with faux fur can be tricky but set yourself up for sewing success with these easy tips. The Sewing Loft

    Whether your sewing space is an entire suite or a tiny corner, these hacks can help you make the most of it. Cutting Tables Glue a measuring tape to the edge of your cutting table – this is mine, and I use this all the time! I just hot glued it right on. Don’t have room Read the Rest...

    Fix pants patterns

    Vogart 101 an Adorable 1940s Embroidery pattern it teaches you to embroidery has 12 stitches to learn and 12 designs to work on.

    Skinny Beach Quilt

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    Things To Sew For Boys. All free pattern and tutorials for things boys would love from toys to clothes.

    Looking for your next project? You're going to love Tooly Tool Holder Easel by designer SewEasyQuilter.

    Here's how to get your most accurate body measurements.


    just a picture ++ plaid 101 ++

    Really easy way to serge without a serger. Good gracious! I have thought about doing this a hundred times but didn't think it would actually work! Well forget buying a serger!

    One of those "Why didn't I think of that?" moments!

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    Thread Tension Cheat Sheet.

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