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55 MORE Sewing Crafts to Make and Sell

Sewing Crafts To Make and Sell - Easy DIY Sewing Ideas To Make and Sell for Your Craft Business. Make Money with these Simple Gift Ideas, Free Patterns, Products from Fabric Scraps, Cute Kids Tutorials http://diyjoy.com/crafts-to-make-and-sell-sewing-ideas

Sewing machine cover. Done! Thanks to the tutorial from @Wag Doll. Used a thinner fabric so added interfacing. Helpful tip: My machine came with a crappy plastic cover, I took all my measurements straight from that, oodles quicker.

Grab any two fat quarters and some scrap batting. In about an hour, you can make yourself a large hot pad to protect your counter and table. Tutorial available on AuntieEmsCrafts.com

from The Sewing Loft

How to Read a Sewing Pattern

Learn how to read a sewing pattern with these easy steps. Each part is broken down into simple terms. Don't waste your time, your fabric or your patience by making a mistake with your pattern before you even start. They can be confusing when you start out, so make sure to start out right when using a sewing pattern! The Sewing Loft

from Joann.com

Roller Foot For Low-Shank Sewing

The Roller Foot is used to sew thicker fabrics, heavy knits and textured fabrics. It can also be used for sewing leather or vinyl. The Roller Foot has a longer roller in the front and a set of smaller

from The Sewing Loft

Rolled Hem Basics & How To

PRESSURE FOOT................PC...............All about how to sew a beautiful rolled hem on your machine with this specialty foot. Using the special rolled hem foot takes care of everything in a single pass - quick, easy and oh-so pretty. A basic rolled hem is perfect for napkins. Also works great on things like a circle skirt where you need a really narrow hem. It's all covered in this tutorial and tips at The Sewing Loft. Read more here...

from The Craftsy Blog

Serge Up a Storm: The Best Serger Projects for Beginners

Learning to sew with a serger (also known as an overlock or overlocker) is much like learning to sew all over again. But, if you're ready to take the plunge, here are my tips and project suggestions to help you find serger success!