Learn how to taper a piping's end for an attractive, bulk-free finish.
Share images of your handmade Halloween costumes for a chance to win a prize package worth more than $350!
Take an interactive 360-degree view if this artistic dress from the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Threads.
Take a 360-tour of this vintage-inspired dress featured in Threads #188.
Here are some skirt styles that can be worn when the weather turns colder: Just pair any of these designs with your favorite pair of boots or tights, and you'll…
Interfacing stabilizes lightweight fabrics, but sometimes it shows through the fabric. Self-fabric interfacing can prevent this problem.
Learn how to add stability to lightweight fabrics with three interfacing techniques.
When adding a vertical buttonhole, be sure to consider the fabric’s print and buttonhole position in relation to a hem or neckline. Find out how to achieve the perfect placement…
Louise Cutting demonstrates how to make piping from strips of bias binding. She also shows you how to add it to the neckline to help give it more stability.
Store-bought bias tape and piping are 100-percent cotton, and they need to be preshrunk before use. Discover how easy it can be to preshrink these notions with a few household…
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