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 Beeswax Fabric You can use beeswax to seal your textiles to create fabric that's food safe and easy to clean. Beeswax is inexpensive, natural, and easy to apply to fabric. Use your new fabric for future projects like snack and lunch bags. Sewing with Stripes Seeing stripes? We provide some helpful tips in sewing with this type of fabric so you can match your design with ease. Even beginners can master working with striped fabric. Strapless Sweetheart Bodice If you want to tackle, formal garment sewing, you'll want to see this step-by-step demonstration on sewing the strapless sweetheart bodice. There's a lot involved in sewing this elegant style, but it can be tackled by anyone for flawless results. Pattern Weights If you use a rotary cutter to cut things out, you'll definitely want some pattern weights. Use your fabric scraps to make your own for a fun, quick project. Free Motion Sewing You don't need a special machine or tools to do basic free motion sewing. Many home machines are capable of doing it and it can create really cool looks such as outlining patterns, sewing unique designs or even doing monogramming. With free motion sewing, you can sew in any direction and this video shows you how. Partial Zipper If you want to create a pullover top, then you'll need to know how to insert the partial zipper. With step by step directions in putting in this unique type of zipper, you'll be well on your way to creating a professional looking garment. Hem Lace with Border This tutorial shows you how to use the lacey scalloped border found on the selvage of your fabric to use as your hemline for a classic look. This method could be used on both curved and straight edges. Iron-on Patch Repair holes or have fun embellishing by making your own iron-on patches. This tutorial will show you how to make them and how to use them. Sewing Machine Troubleshooting Before you throw your long suffering sewing machine out a window, watch our Sewing Machine Troubleshooting video to help you figure out how to make things run smoother. This video will provide guidance on how to work through common sewing machine problem areas.