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Category: Video Tutorials
When you're first starting to learn how to sew, you've got to get the basics down. With the help of this video tutorial you can learn how to replace a needle. Once you know how to replace a needle, you're on your way to sewing greatness!
If the family has a special event coming up and everyone (including your son) needs to get a little dressy, make a boy's bow tie. This video tutorial will show how to sew a bow tie using a Velcro closure. That way, even as he grow this tie will always fit!
Looking for free sewing hat patterns? If you want to make a super easy fleece hat, check out this video tutorial. This is a great sewing project for beginners. You can learn how to sew a fleece hat in no time.
With help from these directions you can learn how to sew a pillowcase dress for a girl. Pillowcase dresses are a huge trend right now and by watching this helpful video tutorial you can confidently create one (or many!) yourself.
Learn how to sew with knit fabric by watching this helpful video tutorial. This video offers tips for sewing with knits and leads the viewer through a sewing project to create a children's cap.
As a new sewist, one of the first things you'll need to learn is how to wind a bobbin. Watch this video tutorial that will teach you how to wind a bobbin. It's quick and simple, no matter what kind of machine you have.
This adorable Quick Sew Hobo Bag can be made in mommy and child size so you and your daughter can have matching bags. Use a soft fleece and this free online purse pattern to create a comfy tote for everyday use.
Watch the Step by Step Fleece Headband tutorial and teach yourself to make sewn hair accessories that are great as gifts or for yourself! Learn how to make a headband that will keep you or your child warm during the colder months.
Learn how to clean your vintage sewing machine with this comprehensive video sewing tutorial. A clean machine means easier stitching, so enjoy part 1 of this video series.
To keep your kids at a safe distance, use the kiddie handle. One end is attached to you while the child can hold on to the other. Watch How to Make a Kiddie Handle so you can create this usable craft yourself.
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