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hem that is often used in fabrics like gauze, chiffon, etc. It is very easy to do and optimal for hems on the biasin skirts, dresses... It only takes one step to finish this hem: Turn the hem allowance to the inside, run a zigzag stitch along the folded edge, and recut the seam allowance next to the stitch.

Cardboard Hem Pressing Guide: marking hems and ironing are my least favorite parts of sewing... this would help! I need to do this!

Finding Your Feet: sewing machine feet and their uses http://www.raechelmyers.com/2012/04/sewing-101-happy-feet/

BurdaStylefrom BurdaStyle

Finishing the top of a zip: “Fiskars Unzipped”

Finishing the top edge of a zipper. (Invisible zips with facing, and/or lining.)

The Sewing Loftfrom The Sewing Loft

Rolled Hem Basics & How To

Basic rolled hem is perfect for napkins. The Sewing Loft

So Sew Easyfrom So Sew Easy

Leggings Pattern and tutorial

How to draft your own custom leggings pattern and sew leggings from So Sew Easy. Once the pattern is done, the sewing is so quick and easy,...

Better Homes & Gardensfrom Better Homes & Gardens

Ribbon Embroidery How To

how to embroider words--good to know, for clothes, pillows or even on paper!

The Craftsy Blogfrom The Craftsy Blog

Flawless Finish: How to Use a Rolled Hem Presser Foot

Rolled hem Presser Foot...how to use