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How to Reset Sleeves for a Better Fit

How to Reset Sleeves for a Better Fit

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This technique is a very useful one to have available when altering a garment.

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Copy Pattern Curves and Reapply Them After Adjustments

Copy Pattern Curves and Reapply Them After Adjustments

Salvage a crucial curve after altering the pattern.

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Make & Use Thread Bars and Chains

Make & Use Thread Bars and Chains

Delicately detain wayward straps, linings, and more.

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Designs of Downton Abbey

Designs of Downton Abbey

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Secrets behind the hit series’ magnificent costumes.

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The Winner of our Three-Book Giveaway is...

The Winner of our Three-Book Giveaway is...

Congratulations to this lucky winner!

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Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 7: Mix and Match.com

Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 7: "Mix and Match.com"

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Teams create custom date-night looks for Match.com clients.

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Create Innovative Garments from Ordinary Shirts

Create Innovative Garments from Ordinary Shirts

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Upcycle yesterday’s fashions into original garments.

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How to Match Plaid Across a Seam

How to Match Plaid Across a Seam

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No-fail techniques for precise matching.

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4 Steps to Tiny Bias Tubes

4 Steps to Tiny Bias Tubes

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Learn how to make perfect bias tubes, a very handy technique for embellishment and for garment structure.

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Ideas for Attaching Fagoted Rouleau

Ideas for Attaching Fagoted Rouleau

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Bias tubes and fagoting create beautiful trims and medallions.

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Make an Airy Rouleau Embellishment

Make an Airy Rouleau Embellishment

Bias tubes and fagoting create beautiful trims and medallions.

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Quick to Make: 1920s Panel Dress

Quick to Make: 1920s Panel Dress

Make a fluttery Vionnet-inspired shift.

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How to Match Plaid on a Curved-edge Lapel

How to Match Plaid on a Curved-edge Lapel

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Apply this technique to both jacket lapels. Be sure to fold under or remove the seam allowances first. 1 Choose a vertical bar for the lapel's outer edge. Manipulate the cut fabric to make the bar...

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Tailoring with Felted Wool, Part 1: The Bark Coat Project

Tailoring with Felted Wool, Part 1: The Bark Coat Project

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I was recently given a quantity of very high-grade wool felt. This is what I chose to make from it.

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Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 6: Luck be a Lady

Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 6: "Luck be a Lady"

A fashion gamble determines this week's challenge.

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Make It With Wool 2014 Winner Compilation

Make It With Wool 2014 Winner Compilation

THREADS #176 showcased several of the winning designs from Make it With Wool(MIWW) 2014, which recognizes excellence in wool garment design and construction. You can see all seven selected winners right here.

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SewStylishs Party Dresses Issue is Here!

SewStylish's Party Dresses Issue is Here!

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See what's inside this exciting new issue.

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Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 5: Designing for the Duchess

Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 5: "Designing for the Duchess"

The designers take the trip of a lifetime and have the chance to dress a royal.

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Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 3: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Project Runway All Stars Season 4, Episode 3: "Something Wicked This Way Comes"

Costuming skills are put to the test with this Broadway musical challenge.

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A Community Dedicated to Plus-Size Sewers

A Community Dedicated to Plus-Size Sewers

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The Curvy Sewing Collective is on a mission to raise the visibility of plus-size and curve-endowed sewers in the sewing community, while celebrating the confidence sewing can give curvy women.

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