Has anyone repaired the slits made by the skiis on ski pant legs? Sewing patches or using heat adhesive doesn't seem like very likely solutions. I did find a product called "Liquid Stitch". Would this work with a layer of utility fabric on the wrong side of the outer fabric? I would appreciate any suggestions.
As you can see, my original…Continue
I have been
obsessed with interested in scrap/stash-busting ideas lately, which has added quite a few projects to my, already lengthy, list. One of the tutorials that I came across recently was this Water…
Added by Angela L on February 27, 2014 at 9:44am — No Comments
Using a beautiful mix of ombre cottons designed…Continue
Added by Susan on February 25, 2014 at 8:27am — No Comments
A few weeks ago, I found a tutorial online for a girl's reversible wrap dress. The instructions involve altering an existing a-line pattern. Usually, I have to pass on girl's…
I've been making zippered bags!
It all started with making one with the scrap left from the Campervan Bag…Continue
I just design this pattern and it is made in EU sizes 36 to 42. I plan to make a video too, but for now I have made photo instructions step by step with a lot of photos for three versions of this shoes. Enjoy in more photos here.…Continue
Added by Lidija Miklavcic on February 14, 2014 at 4:36pm — No Comments
Exciting news! After 6 years of sewing from dress patterns, I havefinally figured out what "understitch" means. For years, I have been trying to decipher the vague instructions and obscure picture.…
I have made this application FREE and utilized in social marketing to market the amazing value of my Talking Patterns™.
For the talking instructions for this application, please go to this FREE Gallery:
There you will Find ALL the photographs AND my talking directions waiting for you!!!…Continue
Added by Londa Rohlfing on February 12, 2014 at 3:22pm — No Comments
I have had my Janome DC3050 4 years this month, and I'm still discovering things it can do! It has 50 pre-programmed stitches. I soon got used to using the the locking stitch and moving the needle to the left for zips. I use the zigzag stitch for my applique, and have used the automatic…Continue
I have a confession to make. I am really LAZY when I sew. I mean it. If there is a faster/cheaper/easier way, I will always take that route.
Circle skirt hems are a great example. First of all, I usually steer clear of circular hems. I have suffered some emotional trauma at the hands of the…
I’ve finally finished re-lining my faux leopard skin coat! It has turned out okay, but it was a case of two steps forward, one step back, or in other words lots of unpicking and doing it again!…Continue
So, while I wait (impatiently) for my fiberfill to arrive, I thought it would be a good idea to get started on sewing some birthday gifts for my niece.…Continue
Added by Angela L on January 28, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Added by Susan on January 24, 2014 at 12:59pm — No Comments
I enjoyed looking at Susan's post Sewing Room + Office Space = Clever combinations and then I went on You Tube and browsed a few more people showing off their Sewing Rooms, to see if I could pick up any new tips. The problem…Continue