Salvage a crucial curve after altering the pattern.
Delicately detain wayward straps, linings, and more.
Secrets behind the hit series’ magnificent costumes.
Learn to use wool to its fullest.
Upcycle yesterday’s fashions into original garments.
An easier way of dealing with fusible interfacing.
Threads reviews Style Arc's Gillian Dress pattern. This knee-length dress has a right front overlay, a partial neckband, and bust darts that emerge from each armscye.
Threads reviews Butterick Pattern 6071. These straight-legged pants by Connie Crawford are great for casual or professional settings.
Threads reviews McCall's Pattern 6844. These shawl-collar cardigans come in two styles and two length options.
Fitting yourself seems daunting without a partner - but this expert Q&A will show you how.
No longer will you struggle when sewing an opening closed on a project that you turn right side out.
This collection of modular furniture is the ultimate way to stay organized as a sewer.
This solution to lost pins is clever and convenient. You can store needles, safety pins, and paper clips, too.
No-fail techniques for precise matching.
Bias tubes and fagoting create beautiful trims and medallions.
Make a fluttery Vionnet-inspired shift.
Decorative folds reduce a garment’s length or width.
Apply this technique to both jacket lapels. Be sure to fold under or remove the seam allowances first.
Watch to learn how to make thread bars and chains. These delicacies detain wayaward straps, linings and more.
Threads reviews Decades of Style Pattern #4014. This elegant, vintage-style dress can be made floor-length or knee-length.
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