Sewing -- Tips

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Sewing Machine Ergonomics – How to Be Comfortable While Sewing

Sew and Quilt in Comfort! 3 adjustments that make a WORLD of difference in your comfort when sewing or quilting. Must See! For more about this see my book on AMAZON - http://goo.gl/lwupu or you can

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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).

Sewing an Invisible Zipper

A clear complete demonstration of how to correctly sew an invisible zipper. Included are tips and materials needed.

Learn How to Sew French and Lapped Seams

Learn how to sew the French and lapped versions of a basic seam. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Yourself to Sew: Season 1. Visit ThreadsMagazine.com/sew for more

All About Zippers

Consider their teeth and discover the anatomy of a zipper, which to choose for your garment, and how to care for your zippers. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Your

Sewing a Basic Seam

Learn how to sew a basic seam including measuring and marking seam allowance. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Yourself to Sew: Season 1. Visit ThreadsMagazine.com/

Making and Sewing Bias Binding

Learn to finish your garments by binding your edges with bias strips. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Yourself to Sew: Season 1. Visit ThreadsMagazine.com/sew for

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Faced Edges

Learn about how to finish your edges by sewing a facing, including choosing a fusible interfacing. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Yourself to Sew: Season 1. Visit

Learn How to Sew a Hem

Learn how to hem using three different stitches including the catch stitch, the blind hem stitch, and the slip stitch. You can own all of the episodes from this series by purchasing Teach Yourself to