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There's nothing worse than a dull tool! It's frustrating enough having to rip your seams out, but it's even harder if your seam ripper isn't working properly. Learn how to sharpen your seam rippers with this simple tip from the National Sewing Circle's "ask an expert" Q&A!

There's nothing worse than a dull tool! It's frustrating enough having to rip your seams out, but it's even harder if your seam ripper isn't working properly. Learn how to sharpen your seam rippers with this simple tip from the National Sewing Circle's "ask an expert" Q&A!

Hi everyone!!!! I have two cool things to show you today ~ hopefully inspire you to try them.  I have done these very cool tags for  heAR...

Hi everyone!!!! I have two cool things to show you today ~ hopefully inspire you to try them. I have done these very cool tags for heAR...

Easy Tutorial To Recover An Ironing Board | Crafty For Home

This easy sewing tutorial will guide you to make an ironing board cover when it is already worn out and needs to recover.

(A bit of sewing history) Commonly used in the Victorian home, this third hand clamps to a table while the beak holds the fabric to be sewn. Depressing the tail releases the beak enabling the fabric to be repositioned or removed. Before the invention of the sewing machine, clothing, sheets, and other household items were sewn by hand, this handy little clamp was often used for hemming.

"Every child who sews with a will should have a wee birdie to help with his bill."I have long been fascinated with some of the clever inventions of the past, the sewing bird being one of them. The sewing bird, also known as a sewing clamp, hemming clamp, or third hand, was used in the 18th and early 19th centuries to attach one end of a piece of cloth firmly to a table to enable the seamstress to hold her sewing taut with one hand while stitching with the other.(Image Source) Commonly used…

Huge list of sew and no sew projects for fabric scraps. Make gifts, jewelery or home decor items out of the trimmings, crumbs and other items you would normally toss in the scrap bin. Great scrapbusting ideas that are quick and easy to make. Sewing Projects | Fabric Crafts | Fabric Upcycling | #scrappysewing #scrapfabricideas #fabricremnants

Huge list of sew and no sew projects for fabric scraps. Make gifts, jewelery or home decor items out of the trimmings, crumbs and other items you would normally toss in the scrap bin.

Continuous Thread Needle Case

I don't know about you but there are times I get sick of continuously threading needles. Like, when I am tacking a quilt or sewing paper piecing shapes by hand. Then I saw some one with a continuous thread needle...

Gorgeous honeycomb storage basket sewing pattern. Not for beginners, but well worth the effort to sew this great craft basket. We all love to sew storage items and this one is really sturdy and does the job well! #SewModernBags #SewingABag #BagSewingPattern #FabricBasket #SewingAFabricBasket

We all love to sew storage items and this one is really sturdy and does the job well! It’s perfect for your craft room or bathroom or anywhere around the house really! It has six individually shaped pockets for storage all arranged around a central compartment. The handle makes the whole thing portable and easy […]

How to adjust bobbin tension

Adjusting bobbin tension is crucial for all sewing projects, along with presser foot & top tension! Here's how to change bobbin tension!

Perfect for a sewing retreat – large rooms, high ceilings and lots of natural daylight streaming in through large windows. Description from sewingroomsecrets.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Given the choice, I prefer hand sewing over machine and appliqué has got to be one of my favourite techniques. It’s like a form of art, I guess – the way you can take the teeniest, tin…