Gloves Tutorial by mangalphantom on DeviantArt
Someone asked me if I had any tips on making gloves, and I just snapped a few pictures of my own that I was making. Just thought I'd share it with you g... Gloves Tutorial
DIY Ironing Board Cover - 2 Little Supeheroes
Add some charm to your sewing room by creating a simple DIY ironing board cover. Perfect use for your leftover fabric scraps. Love looking at this cover in my sewing room.
Sewing To Sell In 7 Steps - How And What To Sew That Sells
This is a short and quick guide to a sewing business that covers all the good and pertinent stuff like what you can do right away to go from sewing for a hobby to selling what you make. This article also covers some of the best selling categories and crafts you should sew for a robust business and healthy profits.
How to do a Full Bust Adjustment on a Dartless Shirt
A full bust adjustment on a dartless shirt is done by slashing and spreading the pattern until you have the extra width and length that you need.
You’re doing it wrong: Why your hip measurements don’t work
Today’s topic is somewhat of an advanced one, but it’s not necessarily hard to understand. It’s about how to measure your hips. Most of the pattern instructions I’ve seen, including American sewing patterns such as the “Big 4″ and European sewing patterns such as Burda and Patrones, tell you to simply measure the widest part of your […]
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Ironrite Mangle Ironer
Until the last forty years or so, a particularly onerous household chore was ironing. First, irons were heated on stoves, then elctric irons (with no thermostats!) came along followed by the irons in the 1930s with thermostats. They were heavy,...
GrowMama - GrowMama
Take a vintage pillowcase. Cut like so. Make the handle by sewing a seam, joining the two sides of the 'handle' together. Use your iron to turn over and pin a hem on your raw edges. Sew. Press. It could be as easy as that. I have been using some of the scrap pillowcase fabric to fashion a little inner pocket and using a soft velcro to stop it from gaping and keep your purse/phone secure. Oh, and i box the bottom corners to give it a little shape. I love mine and use it all the time. It folds…