This quick-to-make pleated wrap is simple to make and is the perfect topper for any special occasion. Read more to learn how to make this fabulous shrug.
With this clever sewing tip from Threads #174, you can get rid of those scratchy zipper ends.
Learn a clever way to store fabric with this tip from Threads #174 (Aug./Sept. 2014).
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This couture technique makes a regular zipper appear stitchless.
A good selvage is like a bonus with your fabric purchase. Learn nine clever and creative ways to use fabric edges.
How to scale a pattern from the size you have to the size you need.
Threads reviews Style Arc's "Angie Dress" pattern. This feminine summer dress has an empire waist, a ruched midriff panel, and a flowing knee-length skirt.
Threads reviews Vogue Pattern 1310. This bias-cut outfit drapes gently over the body.
Threads reviews the Center for Pattern Design's Bias Tier Coat Pattern. This striking design is chic and easy to wear.
Enrich your wardrobe with a designer-inspired slot seam or cargo pocket.
In Threads #174 (August/September 2014), authors Nick Coman and Chase Wong explain a fascinating way to create random, unique patterns on fabric with ice dyeing. They share a few of…
Ice dyeing uses ice to infuse fabric with color; as the ice melts, it liquefies the dyes and carries them into the fabric.
It's easy to achieve a comfortable, custom shape for your bra.
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