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 Bias Sewing If you want to try bias sewing but find it intimidating, then watch this video first. I'll cover what makes bias sewing special and what you'll need to consider before you jump in. Drawstring Hood Learn how to sew the hood section when making a hoodie. This tutorial will show you how to make it a drawstring hood and with a lining. Split Hoodie Pockets Don't walk around with cold hands, learn how to sew split pockets for your hoodie. This variation of a patch pocket is easy to accomplish and will make your garment even better. Rolled Hem A perfect hem for chiffon and silk, learn how to create the elegant rolled hem without a special machine presser foot. Pet Costume - Royal Navy Captain Your small pet will look adorable in this old timey royal navy captain costume. Download the free pattern and watch our tutorial to learn how to assemble the hat and collar. Sewing with Tissue Lame Before tearing your hair out over sewing with tissue lame, watch this video for some handy tips and tricks. This popular costume fabric doesn't have to be a complete nightmare and can give you some great results. Fly Zipper Tab Replacement Don't throw away your jeans because the zipper tab broke. You can fix it! This tutorial shows you how to replace the slider on a fly zipper. Repairing Chiffon Repairing chiffon can be tricky but you do have some alternatives in minimizing the damage. Watch this video for some tricks. Jacket Cuff Finish the bottom of your jacket sleeve with a cuff. This is a professional way to finish your edges especially if you're sewing with a lining.