Learn how to set up your sewing machine to use a twin needle.
Smoothing undergarments are a cinch to sew.
Simple, efficient treatments for edges and openings.
Here's what you can expect to find in the March 2016 issue of THREADS.
Kenneth D. King explains the mechanism behind this pant-leg phenomenon, and how best to deal with it.
Many professionals use a tailor's board to achieve crisp, well-pressed garments. Learn the various ways to use this specialized tool for better pressing.
For range of motion, balance the armhole and sleeve ease.
Expert Stephani L. Miller shares a wealth of information about historical corset styles.
This trio of garments has a youthful, sophisticated look.
Flattering knit skirts are wardrobe essentials. These pull-on skirts have narrow, faced waist yokes with a concealed casing for elastic, and curved panels on the upper front and back.
This loose-fitting men’s shirt with optional inset panels is loaded with creative opportunities.
This unlined sheath has a pegged hemline and ends just below the knee. The scoop neckline dips to a V in back. The front has armscye princess seams that finish…
Two threads, two needles—twice the creativity. Learn how to use twin needles in your next sewing project.
Sandra Miller helps you get--and stay--organized on your next adventure with a free downloadable guide.
Clever planning yields versatile style.
From basic to advanced, a range of tools for high-quality results.
Create a unique repair kit for each new garment for quick, no-compromise fixes.
Stabilize, baste, and take your time sewing for a flat, ripple-free zipper installation.
Kenneth D. King demonstrates how fitting pants is like fitting a sleeve. Watch the video to learn about his intriguing philosophy.
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