Learn how to overlock stitch on a regular sewing machine without a serger. Find answers on these questions in this YouTube sewing tutorial: how do you stop seams from fraying with overcast stitch, how do you finish a seam with zig zag, how do you overcast, is overcasting the same as overlocking, does my sewing machine have an overlock stitch? #sewing #sewingtutorials #sewingtips, #sewinghacks #overcaststitch #overlockstitch #howtoovercast #stitchingtutorial #presserfeet #sewingmachine
The first step to taking in a shirt is obviously trying it on, not just relying on the size on the tag. This allows you to see how much larger the fit is for a big shirt and to also determine if different areas of the shirt fit better than others. Aurora shows you how she recommends trying the shirt on inside out, making the shirt ready to pin for the needed alterations.
Facings are a great way to finish a neckline or armhole (bias binding is another way — see my 3 bias binding tutorials here!). I like to have beautiful facings without having to fold up and finish the lower edge, which can produce a visible line from the outside of your garment, and I learnedRead more...
If you like sewing clothes you need to know different ways to sew a narrow hem. Learn how to hem difficult fabrics (like silk) with this detailed sewing tutorial ( plenty of useful images and video).#sewing #sewingtutorial #sewingtips #sewingproject