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Pick up your copy of Threads #155!

Pick up your copy of Threads #155!

Threads #155 is on newsstands May 10th! Inside you will find ways to create a carefree summer wardrobe, add vintage details to your garments, fit a sleeve perfectly, and much more. Senior technical editor Judith Neukam demonstrates a zero waste technique you won't want to miss, and we show you what Vancouver, B.C. has to offer as a sewing destination. These are just some of the great features included in addition to the tips, notions, and embroidery essentials found in every issue.

You can purchase the issue in our store, but if you can't wait to get your hands on it, check out a few extra techniques offered exclusively online.

  • Go to Great Lengths with Barbara Emodi as she demonstrates how to extend the length of a skirt at the hem. In the issue she explains how to extend at the waist with a knit yoke and two creative ways to extend within the skirt with straight or wavy inserts.
  • Share photos of your handmade garments in our Reader's Closet gallery and you could be featured in an upcoming issue.

Comments (4)

1kathyb 1kathyb writes: Love your Magazine, every time i take a peek, i get another inspiration. Thank you for turning on ,my creative juices, I sure appreciate the help. Sew for life, it's like therapy for myself, everyone hope you make it a creative day.
Posted: 8:26 am on October 2nd

PinkerPaws PinkerPaws writes: Lots of great technical info here. I enjoyed reading about godets, sewing inset corners and the "Project from the Past: Fabric Florabundas."
Posted: 1:06 am on May 19th

loyl loyl writes: I really liked this one not only because my dress is in it, but has some great articles. Thanks Threads :)
Posted: 5:45 pm on May 16th

Camp_Weasel Camp_Weasel writes: I really enjoyed the article on zero waste cutting but was disappointed that measurements weren't included for the Bog Coat layout. Calculations for the Viking Dress were provided and the apron, by definition, takes one yard of fabric but what about the yardage and measurements for the Bog Coat. I'd love to try my hand at it!
Posted: 10:12 pm on May 7th

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