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Three Machines for Sewing Knits

Threads magazine - 176 - Dec. 14/ Jan. 2015 Issue
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In this article from Threads #176 (December 2014/January 2015), Threads Executive Editor Judith Neukam shows you how to sew a variety of knits with various machines and transform classic styles into fresh trends. Fortunately, sewing knits is easy with a few techniques and home-sewer friendly tools, such as specialty needles and thread: Sew them with utility stitches on a standard machine, or consider the benefits of a serger or a coverstitch machine. Then, enjoy the possibilities of embellishment. Knits are easy to fit, and they go together in a jiffy. It’s all up to you; the machine, needles, threads, and embellishments you choose open the door to creating a comfortable, easy-to-wear, great-looking knit wardrobe for any season.

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