Ok, am I the only one who stresses out about wasting thread when I’m serging? My serger manual says that after I serge a length, I should serge 4 inches off of just thread. It just seems like such a waste to me. I feel like I’m always going through so much thread! But [...]
I actually wrote this tutorial a really long time ago, when Lil’ Miss was a lot younger. It had really tiny pictures and was generally disorderly, so I decided to write a new one and spiff it up.
These dresses are super adorable on little girls. I especially love to pair them with [...]
First, what’s a French Seam? A French seam is a type of seam where the raw edges are completely encased in the seam allowance.
Why use a French Seam? A French seam can be good to use on really lightweight fabrics, which might unravel easily. French seams look very tidy and professional and [...]
I’ve been wanting to start a series on sewing basics and since a tutorial I’ve got coming up requires a few basic sewing skills, I thought I’d start right now! This is a tutorial on how to make your own extra wide bias tape.
Why would you want to make your own bias tape, [...]
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I was really excited to be asked to review a new HGTV HOME line of fabrics from JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts. They sent me a yard of each of these fun fabrics to try out and make something [...]