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June 2014 Expert Chat Schedule

Jun 19, 2014
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Mary Ray will be accepting your questions from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. EDT on June 25.

Don’t miss your chance to partcipate in this month’s Threads Expert Chats.

Sewing experts Kenneth D. King, Susan Khalje, and Mary Ray will be available for three separate hour-long Q&A sessions on Threads Facebook page. Be sure to take advantage of this valuable resource and have your sewing, couture techniques, fabric, or general garment construction questions ready.

Take a look at the chat schedule and mark your calendars. See you then!

WHEN:

  • Kenneth D. King – 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET on June 4
  • Susan Khalje – 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET on June 16
  • Mary Ray – 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET on June 25

WHERE: Expert chats are held on the Threads Facebook page.

CHAT GUIDELINES:

  • You must have a Facebook account to participate.
  • Visit Threads on Facebook during the indicated time and look for the official chat post, which will be ‘pinned’ to the top.
  • Leave your questions in the “comments” section of the chat post. Our experts will reply directly to you.
  • Please refresh your web browser often to see new questions and replies.
  • Due to time constraints, we ask that you keep your questions brief.

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  1. User avater MaryRay June 26th

    Hi Malsews,

    I can't enlarge your photo to a clear level. However, the yoke on my dress has rows of stitching about 3/8" - 1/2". On other projects, 1/2" is about the maximum distance I've done. I don't think there's any harm in having them wider apart. Maybe the piece won't be a durable. Your blouse looks lovely, but if you think you need more stitching, you might be able to go in a do some of that carefully on the completed garment. The great thing about this technique is the randomness.

  2. EvamarieGomez June 26th

    @Lynmick: Please contact our customer service department at 800-477-8727, from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M., Monday-Friday, EST. They should be able to troubleshoot.

    Thanks,
    Evamarie Gomez
    Web Producer
    Threads

  3. User avater malsews June 25th

    Hi Mary! I made your scrap lace blouse featured in Thread's #169 (Nov. 2013) and I used a different pattern, Simplicity No. 1620. I wanted to know how close you recommend your machine stitching of the grid. I did 5/8" between the seams and I think this was too wide. I posted the pic as my profile pic here for you to see.

  4. User avater lynmick June 10th

    Each time I try to access Threads Insider the sight continually returns me to the sign in page. My User Name & Password are correct.

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