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New Features for Threads

We have some exciting new features to go along with our new look.

Along with the new look, we have launched some exciting new features this week. With so much talent in our community, we want to give you the opportunity to share your work with each other. Our new Reader’s Closet is the place to show us your projects and get feedback from the group.

Sharing your work is quick and easy. Simply photograph your projects and follow the instructions to upload your photos to add them to the gallery. For each project, you have the ability to upload up to 12 photos, write about your project in a short description, add captions for each photo, and tag with keywords.  You can write as much or as little as you like, but keep in mind that we will be looking for great content to feature on the homepage. Member projects will be chosen each day to be featured, so check back often to see if you are in the top spot.

We have also added a commenting feature to the Web site. Feel free to ask questions and comment on articles and member posts. We always want your feedback and hope that this will be a tool for you to share your thoughts with us and each other.


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  1. MirB | | #1

    I can't seem to find Gatherings as easily as before the site was changed. What am I missing?

  2. [email protected] | | #2

    I had an email from Threads just the other day, and I read an article by Sarah Veblen on fitting a blouse/jacket. Somehow I deleted that email, and I'd like to see that article again. Help!

  3. [email protected] | | #3

    Never mind! I found it!

  4. kreativelady | | #4

    I have a project to complete for students in class. I have had trouble attaching a sleeve on a peasant blouse. Should I be using the method of arms-eye in this nightgown/puff sleeve? I seems very bulky. And the sleeves called for (bias or elastic or arms? Any suggestions on blouse.kreative Lady.

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