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10 Sewing Apps to Keep You in Stitches

These mobile apps make it SEW easy to stay organized and creative with… More

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Know Your Bras Guide [Infographic]

You don't ever have to fear bra-shopping again with our brand new Know… More

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Link Love: 13 Online Resources for Vintage Sewing…

We all have that one sewing pattern we fell in love with years ago, but… More

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Health Benefits of Sewing

Sewing is a wonderful hobby and enjoyable pastime, but did you know that… More

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How to Work With Patterned Fabrics

"Top tips for working with patterned fabrics including checks, stripes,… More

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Pressing Tips

"Learn the difference between pressing and ironing and when to press. Plus… More

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Beginner's Guide to Machine Smocking

"Learn how to do smocking with your sewing machine, which thread and… More

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Tips for Sewing for Curves

"Useful tips from Jenny at Cashmerette, plus size pattern design, on… More

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Selling Your Sewing Guide

If you are ready to take the step from making sewing project ideas for fun… More

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Sewing Tips: Needle Size Infographic

New sewers can often have a hard time knowing what needle size to use when… More

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Threading Your Serger in a Snap

It can be frustrating for a beginning sewer to figure out how to get that… More

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Cut on the Fold, Cut on the Grain

Sometimes interpreting patterns can be more difficult than having to learn… More

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All About Silk Thread

Want to know all about silk thread? There are many different types of… More

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Selecting Fabrics

One of the most important beginner sewing tips to learn is which fabric… More

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Serger 101

Use this comprehensive guide to learn everything you've ever wanted to… More

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Vintage DIY Christmas Tree Skirt

Christmas is a time of tradition and looking back fondly on the past. Add some old-fashioned charm to your homemade Christmas… See more

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