I use these clips to hold the binding when I am hand sewing the binding to a quilt. It works great!

Tailor tricks

I use these clips to hold the binding when I am hand sewing the binding to a quilt. It works great!

How to fix this...This is brillant!!! This lady is actually on genius level. All jeans should have this built in.

How to fix this...This is brillant!!! This lady is actually on genius level. All jeans should have this built in.

Technique pour créer une fine bretelle : coudre un ruban à l'extrémité du tissu, plier ce dernier en 2, faire la couture et retourner la bretelle grâce au ruban ( en tirant dessus)

Technique pour créer une fine bretelle : coudre un ruban à l'extrémité du tissu, plier ce dernier en 2, faire la couture et retourner la bretelle grâce au ruban ( en tirant dessus)

Nice tips about thread tension, including when to start attacking the bobbin spring!

Perfect Machine Tension Every Time

Nice tips about thread tension, including when to start attacking the bobbin spring!

Sew a circle easily THIS really does work, Perfect circles each time.

Sew a Circle Easily

Heres the easiest possible way to sew elastic to a waistline. The bonus is that this technique skips the tell-tale topstitching so your skirts or pants dont look, should I say, ol fashion!

The Absolute Easiest Way to Sew Elastic to a Waistline

Heres the easiest possible way to sew elastic to a waistline. The bonus is that this technique skips the tell-tale topstitching so your skirts or pants dont look, should I say, ol fashion!

Make a curve guide!  •   Take the thread out of your needle.  •   Lay a piece of painter's tape on the front of your sewing area. Slant it a bit in the direction of the curve, and make sure you don't cover your feed dogs.  •   Sew carefully along the 1/4" mark on the pattern until you get about 1/3 of the way around. Leave the needle and presser foot down to keep the piece perfectly in place.  •   Carefully, so the pattern doesn't shift, trace the arc line onto the tape.  •   And there you…

Make a curve guide! • Take the thread out of your needle. • Lay a piece of painter's tape on the front of your sewing area. Slant it a bit in the direction of the curve, and make sure you don't cover your feed dogs. • Sew carefully along the 1/4" mark on the pattern until you get about 1/3 of the way around. Leave the needle and presser foot down to keep the piece perfectly in place. • Carefully, so the pattern doesn't shift, trace the arc line onto the tape. • And there you…

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

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

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