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Where I Sew // Sewing Room Tour (see kate sew)

I’ve partnered with HP and Intel to show off my sewing room today as a part of their...

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How to read a sewing pattern

I love how there'es a video that shows and explains the different parts to a sewing pattern. Who knew there were so many places you need to look to get a a good idea of what all the directions are.

from Fleece Fun

How to read a sewing pattern

I love how there'es a video that shows and explains the different parts to a sewing pattern. Who knew there were so many places you need to look to get a a good idea of what all the directions are.

I'm going to do kind of french seams to my coat. Kind of - but after this part seen on the picture, I will edge stitch that little flap down. So on the right side it's going to look like veeery wide double stitch. Very chic!

This is a project that I go back to again and again. It’s just a simple tote bag tutorial. I find them practical for just about any reason, and since I rarely have time to fancy it up and try out new looks (read: making it as part of a gift the night before or sometimes the day of), I keep it as simple as possible and allow the fabric to be the star of the show.

from The Sewing Rabbit

How to add a Side Dart for Proper Fit

How to add a side dart for proper fit from Justine Abbitt for the Sewing Rabbit #sewing #dart #fit

from Fleece Fun

What are the parts to a sewing machine (and what do they do)?

Sewing Basics. What are the Parts to a Sewing Machine. I’ll be sharing some basics courses to help you get started sewing in not time. Today I’m giving you the run down on the Parts to a sewing machine. Things might look a little different on your machine – but all machines have these key elements.

Best guide I've come across for beginner sewers. This is an easy how to guide on the ins and outs of a sewing machine. For this video, the Shark SewEasy was used. Sarah with show you: 1. Parts of the Sewing Machine 2. Threading the top of the machine 3. Threading the bottom of the machine (create and insert a bobbin) 4. Join the two threads together to begin sewing