Welcome to our blog, we are here to share our love and knowledge for sewing, embrodiery, and quilting etc.
Feel free to send us ideas and tips!
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Labeling and displaying your quilts is a very important quilt care tip that often goes overlooked.The purpose of labeling is documentation, so as the quilt is handed down in the family you will know who made it and when, who it was made for, the pattern name, or any history surrounding quilt.
I wish I had been more alert to labeling when I ...Read Full Post »
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In sewing and fashion design, a pattern is the template from which the parts of a garment are traced onto fabric before being cut out and assembled. These can be made from scratch or purchased like the sewing patterns in the photo above.
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We've been talking about going to sewing retreats and we thought we could help you out by providing a free list of essentials to bring along with you for your fun sewing, embroidery, and/or quilting getaway!
• Sewing/embroidery/quilting machine
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|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on May 18, 2017 at 2:55 PM||comments (0)|
How to Take Body Measurements
Checking your measurements is the first and probably the most important thing to do before you start making anything. If you’re using a pattern, compare them with the size guide on the back. (Store bought sizes and pattern sizes will not run the same!)
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Please don't be overwhelmed with the list below! We are going to share all of the different stabilizers available, but first we will tell you what we use on a regular basis and they'll be bolded below. We use these four different stabilizers on a daily basis: medium tearaway, medium cutaway, no show cutaway, and water soluble topping.
TEARAWAY - used as a stabilizer for items you will see the back of
- Light Firm Tearaway: Used for low density stitch counts on stable fabri...