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This is the third and final tutorial in my bias binding series. Many of my women’s sewing patterns, including the Gemma tank shown in this post, use bias binding to finish the neckline and armholes. There are so many ways to attach bias binding! Here are the methods I have shared so far: Traditional Method – my preferred technique and found in the sewing instructionsRead more...

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Sewing Machine Troubleshooting Guide

In depth troubleshooting guide on how to stop your sewing machine ruining all…

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How to enlarge a sewing pattern with Powerpoint

How to enlarge any sewing pattern with Microsoft PowerPoint. Resize any image you find in a book, or the internet, in a few steps!

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Garment Edge Finishing: Bias Binding vs. Facing

ivory lace top with bias binding

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What you should know about dart manipulation

What you should know about dart manipulation

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A Close Look at the Stitching Inside 2 Dior Garments

A Close Look at the Stitching Inside 2 Dior Garments - Threads

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How to Sew Knit Bindings (With Less Bulk!)

Check out this new method for binding the Vallynne (or any knit garment!) that reduces bulk and imitates ready-to-wear techniques. | Indiesew.com

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Sewing Tip: No More Scratchy Zipper Ends

Sewing Tip: No More Scratchy Zipper Ends -- Even an uncut zipper can irritate your skin. You can wrap the zipper end in a fabric tab to add a nice finishing touch and make your garments more enjoyable to wear. -September Issue 174 - Page 83-

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