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 Scalloped Hem Give your hemlines the scalloped treatment by adding this vintage fashion look with just a little alteration to your existing patterns. The scalloped hemline steps up your garment game with only a little extra effort. Spiderman DIY Suit Teaser Watch Professor Pincushion work on her DIY Spiderman costume and her special trip to Los Angeles. Laminated Cotton Take your favorite cotton fabric and turn it into laminated cotton to be used on all your projects that you need to be waterproof. Steering Wheel Cover Keep your hands from getting burnt on a hot steering wheel with this handy cover. Our steering wheel cover is a quick project that requires only a few supplies. Vintage Apron 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. Knit Sleeve Band Make the bottom of your knit sleeves fitted by adding a sleeve band made of ribbed knit. It's easy to add, even if you lack a pattern and we show you how it's done. Raglan Sleeve 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. Minky Baby Blanket See how easy it is to make a minky baby blanket. This soft, cuddly blanket makes for a great baby gift and can be done in an afternoon. Hairline Seam The hairline seam is perfect for sheers and chiffons, when you want your seam allowance to be minimal. Learn how it's done!