Keyhole Cutout

Keyhole Cutout
The amount of sewing techniques there are to use on your projects and garments seem to be endless and that’s what makes sewing so fun.  In this tutorial, we cover the keyhole cutout.  The keyhole is like a fabric window in your project, which means if it’s a garment, you’ll be able to see the skin underneath.  There are different types of keyholes, but we tackle the keyhole cutout.  This means that it’s a completely isolated keyhole and doesn’t connect to a button closure or any other type of closure.  A cool aspect to the keyhole cutout, is that you can really place it anywhere, you just have to use another fabric, besides the original, to help you create it.  It really makes for an interesting way to embellish your projects!

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Starting in 2009, the Professor Pincushion team had a vision of creating a sewing tutorial website in which beginners could learn and master the art of sewing. Our site launched in March of 2010 and we have since produced over a hundred sewing related tutorials that cover everything from sewing basics to fun and original projects. Regardless of the subject, we always strive to create HD quality videos that takes the viewer step by step through each process so that nothing is left out and the mystery behind learning to sew is revealed to all.

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