Learn how turn fabric scraps into a statement accessory.
Discover the charming designs and intuitive instructions of garment patterns from Japan.
Align fabric across seams with one of these expert methods.
An exhibition turns historic garments inside out to reveal construction details.
Conceal the raw edges of an armscye with this great technique.
Release the creases for a crisp finish.
Here's a sneak peek at what you can find in the October/November 2015 issue of Threads.
To prepare for a good fit, compare your body to the pattern.
Easily create cute pincushions from tuna cans to match your personal preferences.
This beginner-level embroidery machine includes built-in designs and loads of decorative and utility stitch options.
Order a bundle of buttons or buckles in a variety of styles and have them covered with your favorite fabric from your stash.
Threads reviews Vogue Pattern 9046. This design from Claire Shaeffer’s Custom Couture collection for Vogue Patterns has subtle couture touches.
Threads reviews Butterick Pattern 6134. This flattering, form-fitting blouse is designed with a funnel neck, three-seamed raglan sleeves, and a center-back zipper closure finished with a hook and eye.
Threads reviews Simplicity Pattern 1070 from the SewStylish line. This four-garment pattern includes a long-sleeve jacket, a close-fitting knit top in two lengths, and straight-leg pants or midcalf-length straight skirt.
Sarah Veblen shares a wealth of information about bust darts.
Watch this quick Threads Essential Techniques video for a creative solution to accidental fabric cuts.
Threads reviews the A-List Tunic Pattern by Kayla Kennington. This tunic offers many options for the innovative sewer, in fabric selection and technique application.
Take an interactive 360-degree view if this asymmetrical wedding dress.
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