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Key Points in this VIDEO Tutorial:

① Did you realize there are handy devices all around the house that can help streamline your sewing and get great results? ② Whether you are an accomplished seamstress or a beginner sewer, you'll find oodles of ingenious and practical tips.

③ Simplify the steps to cutting out patterns using commonplace items, like washers from the hardware store, and painter's tape.

④ Learn how ordinary household items such as pipe cleaners, spare change, and a pedicure supplies have alternative uses for sewing.

⑤ Eliminate pressing dilemmas with a night light, a remnant of netting, cardboard from a cereal box, and an outdated magazine.

⑥ Enlist non-traditional items—magnets, a grapefruit spoon, and a pool noodle--to make quilting tasks go more easily and quickly.

⑦ Organize your sewing room and keep important sewing notions in easy reach with unconventional items, like wooden craft sticks and drinking straws.

⑧ Cutting Edge Pattern Cutting Tips.

⑨ Streamlined Sewing Tips.

⑩ Novel Pressing Tips.

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