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Make a vintage inspired half apron with adorable contrasting fabric and rick rack. Adding hand embroidery gives it an extra detail and makes it more charming and unique. Make one for yourself or for a gift.
Learn to sew the raglan sleeve for a fun, casual look for your sweatshirts and t-shirts. The raglan sleeve gives your tops a unique look that can be in a contrast color or the same fabric as the bodice.
a downloadable pattern does not exist. The video explains how to make a pattern based off of your machines measurements.
Hi there, please let me know where I can download the lovely sewing machine cover you have on your website. When I looked, it had ‘No files available for download”
Hi, I am currently constructing overalls from the Burda Pattern 6599. I’ve done zipper fly for shorts but this mock fly thing has me stumped I have no clue how I’m supposed to finally stitch it down. Thankfully I’m doing a muslin first and I’ve tried a few different ways but none seem to look right. It doesn’t help that Burda is super vague in the…[Read more]
I am trying to put the front band on a blouse. The pattern is Butterick B6324. The band is like a double band where to buttons are hiding underneath the top band. The instructions suck. I emailed Butterick for a clearer explanation but got no answer. So I am hoping you can help me. Thank you,
If you want to increase a pattern overall, taking it from one size to another, this is called pattern grading. We don’t have any tutorials on this, but there’s a pretty good article on threads here: http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/4368/making-sense-of-pattern-grading/page/all
that’s a super cute pattern! This is how I would interpret it. Interfacing is going to be added to the side on the right of the foldline to stabilize the area for buttons and buttonholes. they simply want you to cut off this side of the pattern so they didn’t have to print a separate pattern piece for this. (If it were me, I wouldn’t cut this…[Read more]