Sewing -- Machine Sewing

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How To Sew French Seams

http://www.SimpleSewingProjects.com ~ Learn how to sew a french seam with Jenny T. Sew a french seam whenever you a seam's raw edges will be exposed, a french seam is the perfect seam to sew. It hides

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Stich in the Ditch

http://missouriquiltco.com - A brief explanation of the quilting term "stich in the ditch" from Jenny. If you'd like to get started on quilting and need supplies, come on over and check us out at www

Invisible Zipper on Pillows with Welting or Cording

Get inspired and watch how to insert an invisible zipper on pillows trimmed with welting. This technique is so "invisible" you won't see it until you need it! PROJECT TIP: Purchase an invisible zippe

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Continuous Bias Binding Strips

http://missouriquiltco.com - Jenny shows us how to make 200 inches of continuous binding from a half yard of fabric using the amazing Bias Ruler. To get this ruler, go here: http://www.missouriquilt

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How to Sew Leather

Sewing leather using a sewing machine can be done by using a chisel-tip leather needle, by loading heavy duty nylon upholstery thread into the machine and by moving the heavy fabric slowly through the

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Bolster Pillow or Cushion Zipper

Why not join my free soft furnishing forum at http://my.decozo.com - Inserting a zipper / zip into a bolster cushion - Pillow.

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Roman Shades – How to Sew Rod Pockets

Industrial sewing machine - rod pockets for roman blinds

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How to Understitch a Seam

This video tutorial will show you how to understitch seams for a beautiful, neatly tailored finish to any garment!

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How to Sew a Flat Felled Seam

Here's my tutorial for creating beautiful flat-felled seams (especially helpful for historical costumes).