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Have you ever taken a look at your sewing machine and the stitches available to be used and...

Understanding Sewing Machine Stitches (Crazy Little Projects)

Easy diy dress sewing pattern | wear anywhere tunic

Watson Bra Pattern - Cloth Habit

Watson Sewalong & Upcoming Tutorials

19 Sewing Hacks You Should Know

Community Post: 19 Sewing Hacks You Should Know


Britex Fabrics - Blog

Finally- a pattern in this style that isn't for knits! V8968 | Misses' Dress | Very Easy Vogue | Vogue Patterns

V8968 | Misses' Dress | Very Easy Vogue | Vogue Patterns

Skirt from reclaimed umbrella...

Upcycled Skirts: Umbrellas Converted into Colorful Clothes

Its bigger on the inside!! Dr Who sewing kit - to make

Dr. Who Travel Sewing Kit - MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS

wrap top totally retro

Tutorial | Grandma’s Skirt to Blouse

Free pattern: Knitted DROPS stockings with lace pattern in "Fabel". ~ #DROPSDesign #Garnstudio

Holds phones, cards, keys, and more! | FlipBelt

FlipBelt - World's Best Running Belt & Fitness Workout Belt

hat tutorial

Free Printable Sewing Patterns | FREE VINTAGE PATTERNS SEWING | Browse Patterns


GRADING for the FASHION INDUSTRY A practical reference book for students, teachers and professionals and provides a comprehensive system of grading which incorporates all the essential size, style and balance increments and techniques of adjusting garment lengths and style features. Step-by-step illustrated diagrams and easy clear dialogue make this book easy to use. With additional info on stretch fabrics, batch sizing and more casual styles. Paperback - perfect bind - 8x 2, 214p, UK $42.00

Rich Viking Coat by ~Symbelmune on deviantART

Gored Cloak Pattern

DIY Pin Cushion Caddy - easy tutorial

Let the fun begin.

McCall’s 6347. Looks great in linen for lagenlook style. Next time add a couple of inches to back width, and front hem length (pattern has an error)

Victorian trade card for Singer Sewing Machine, late 1880s

Copying complex garments ~ Even if your garment has lots of shaping and unusual pieces, making a pattern from it is straightforward - and doesn't require taking the garment apart.

Apron Pattern

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How to do Slashes; 1) Draw the lines of your pattern on the backside, slice with a scalpel or cut carefully with scissors. 2) Fold the fabric and stitch it on the backside, forming either the "flower" or diamond pattern. 3) Press the fabric by ironing with steam 4) Line it with either linen or silk