SORTShow AllBasic Videobutterick patternscommercial pattern tutorialsCrafty HumorDear Professor PincushionembellishfastenersFile Attachedfinishing stitchesfundamentalsgarment sewinghalf yard fabric projectsHalloweenHalloween - FabricsHalloween CostumesHalloween EmbellishmentHalloween Pet CostumesHalloween ProjectsHoliday Gift Ideasinside sewing boxintro to fabricintro to patternsintro to sewing machineintro to stitcheskwik sew patternsmccalls patternsOne Yard Fabric Projectspattern makingPremium VideoProfessor Pincushion Postsprofessors projectsquiltingsimplicity patternsVideos Foundation Paper Piecing Learn the beautiful quilting technique of foundation paper piecing. Use those scraps and quilt some unique designs that would be hard to achieve with traditional quilting techniques. Seam Allowance What is seam allowance? Why is it important? How do you sew an accurate seam allowance? When you're first learning how to sew, you will naturally have a lot of questions. This video will tell you everything you need to know about a sewing basic: seam allowance. Sewing Machine Darning Learn how to mend those pesky holes on your sewing machine in a snap. Darning woven fabrics have never been so quick and easy. Sewing with Faux Fur Afraid faux fur will be too much of a challenge for you to sew with? It's not as difficult as you think and the results can turn out beautiful. Make sure your next jacket, teddy bear, or home decor look amazing by watching some of our tips and tricks to working with faux fur. Palestrina Stitch The Palestrina is a textured decorative stitch that makes a beautiful addition to hand embroidery. Learn how to master this unique stitch in no time. Pressing 101 Pressing is one of the most important aspects in sewing your projects. Learn the difference between pressing and iron and other useful tips. Fleece Quillow Is it a blanket or is it a pillow? It's both! Learn to make your own fleece quillow, a fleece blanket that transitions into a convenient pillow. These are easy and make super gifts for friends and family. Bias Tape - Continuous Method Learn how to make bias tape using the continuous method and never settle for using boring bias tape again. With a standard fat quarter, you can get about four yards of bias tape and there are so many cute prints you can use for binding your projects. Trivet Use your fabric scraps and some cotton piping to make some handy trivets for your kitchen. They're perfect for protecting your table from hot pots and plates.