A substitute for scissors that you can take with you on an airplane.
Costumes of the 1930s and '40s have appealing style lines and unusual dress detailing that can give your wardrobe a custom-made look; old movies can provide sewing and design inspiration.
Use dual threading to give more definition to your stitch.
Use a seam ripper to help remove buttonhole stitches.
Use this tip to avoid tangles when hand-sewing.
An Easy Threading needle can help solve your stitching dilemma.
Tweed fabrics can be difficult to match to a thread color—you don't want the stitching to stand out too much. Here's how one reader solved the problem.
Busy seamsters may want to consider investing in a pricey but stronger gravity feed iron.
How to use hardware-store paint chips in your crafting room.
You can get unique and hard-to-find notions on the cheap at your local thrift store.
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