Threading a sewing Machine
Learn how to thread your sewing machine and wind a bobbin. This is just one part of First Steps, a series of basic sewing tutorials by Darling Adventures.
These skills included laying out and pinning a pattern, cutting out the fabric, threading the sewing machine, winding the bobbin, sewing straight, accurate seams and using a seam ripper. Students received individual attention and instruction, which
“I do not sew a lot. I knew it was something I could handle because it was an easy project,” Romero said. “Some were successful. They sewed them by hand. I brought my sewing machine to go over them because they had stuffing coming out. It wasn't bad.
Dear Vicki: I am giving my daughter a sewing machine for Christmas, and I wonder what you would suggest as a first project so I can give her something to sew immediately that she could have fun with. Thanks. — Madge J. Dear Madge: You didn't tell me
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Step-by-Step Guide to Threading a Sewing Machine
Basic directions for threading a sewing machine, a simple process that takes only a handful of minutes.
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It is impossible to have good designs without having accurate quality construction skills. Professional Sewing Techniques for Designers is an up-to-date sewing guide that teaches fashion design students the skills they will need to execute their original designs in a professional environment. Each chapter covers a particular theme, such as collars, and reflects the order of assembly of any garment. More than 1,000 detailed and annotated sketches provide visual support to the techniques covered. New to this Edition: New Chapter 5 Stitching Knits: Working with Stretch New Chapter 7 Fitting: Developing an "Eye" for Good Fit Chapter order has been reorganized to reflect the stitching order of garments
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A little touchy-feely
12/22/16, via The Daily Iberian
Undertaking a sewing project with fifth-graders takes a little more focus than threading a needle ... I brought my sewing machine to go over them because they had stuffing coming out. It wasn’t bad. Their enthusiasm made the extra work worth it.” “
Quick Tips For Sewing Difficult Fabrics
12/22/16, via so-sew-easy.com
Adjusting your machine’s thread tension up and down until you identify the best setting for the particular fabric can do wonders. Speeding up as well as slowing down the sewing may make your sewing machine run smoothly over the fabric. You may ...
Before the sewing machine, there was the sewing bird
12/23/16, via Farm Forum
thread cutters and clamps made in fancy shapes like dogs, snakes, cherubs or dolphins. Variations of the sewing tool continued to be made by Singer Sewing Machine Co. until the 1980s. The sewing machine was invented in 1854, but it took many years to sell ...
Someone at my apartment complex left this sewing machine sitting by the dumpster around this time two years ago. I got it tuned up, and started using it this weekend. It seems to work pretty well, and it's built like a truck.
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I have 2 sewing machines now and one serger. The Singer Izek has decorative stitches and such though don't use it much. The Kenmore is a trusty machine that I use a lot but if a bit too much to take to the sewing classes I am going to take this Spring. There are the uber pricey computerized machines that look really nice and have oodles of features but honestly I don't see myself using them a lot. This one looks sturdy (a tad heavy to take to class but I'm strong lol), has a wide harp area, thread cutter, in reviews people say it has a fantastic straight stitch (it only does straight stitch) and comes with walking feet and quilting feet. Annnnnd AllBrands takes PayPal. Hmmmm
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