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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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...
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TYPES OF EMBROIDERY
For most people when they think of embroidery all they can picture is a 3 letter monogram or a small baby name on a blanket or something along those lines. I am here to tell you there is WAY more to embrodiery and sewing then just simple names and monograms. At The 1 Sewing Center we have embroidered on everything from a piece of toilet paper to a carhart boot, and everything in between, literally. From ba...Read Full Post »
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Dealer only sewing machines Vs. On-line sewing machines
I cant even count how many times I have heard "well, I can find it online cheaper", but what people do not understand is that the key word is CHEAPER. You get what you pay for, just like anything.
Brother has two lines of machines, "Mass produced machines" and "dealer only machines". The "mass pro...Read Full Post »
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Sewing for a cause
Every Wednsday we offer a free class that we like to call "Sewing for a Cause" from 10am to 3pm. In this class you learn how to quilt, or more so the concept and idea of piecing a quilt. The supplies are free and the machines are provided. You can choose to make an easy childrens sized quilt for the Red River Quilters (A Shreveport/Bossier quilt club) "Love Wrappers" or an easy adult size quilt to ...Read Full Post »
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Tricks to Transform Your Hobby into a Profession
It's remarkable how, with each generation, sewing is still being passed on. The great thing today is that it is a lot more accessable and more convenient to follow your dreams of working from home (and it's even better when you can do so in your pajamas) by turning your sewing/embroidery hobby into a profession.
1. Trial first
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