Fitting without a partner can be tricky - unless you've got a stapler to work with.
This expert advice will help you adjust patterns the proper way.
Learn about the disappearance of Frostline Kits.
Sew with a tear-away layer
Strength and beauty in this ancient fabric.
Measure irregular shapes and in difficult situations with this self-adhesive measuring tape roll.
Get started longarm quilting with this budget-friendly machine.
These sewing machine feet make free-motion stitching a breeze.
This clever kind of ruler is easier to store than any other.
Worry no more about calcium deposits with this iron.
Here's what you can expect to find in the September 2016 issue of THREADS.
A Western-inspired detail adds a “smile” to any garment.
Combine fabulous fabrics and trim in this slim-fitting, knee-length dress. It has a three-piece front bodice, an angled waist seam, and loose tucks on the skirt front.
The mix-and-match details on this versatile blouse pattern are fun to contemplate. The five views offer two lengths and have bust darts, curved hemlines, and a pleated or darted back.
This bias-cut, sleeveless dress has a band collar, self-lined flounces edging the neckline and the front armscyes, and a center-back zipper.
This 1944 design, updated from the Butterick archives, has extended, padded shoulders. The slim cut, however, reveals an hourglass shape.
Watch this Threads Essential Techniques video to learn two great tips for sewing a better piped edge.
Threads has published lots of great advice on how to get great results for piping. Here is a tip for sewing a ripple-free piped edge.
If you're looking to add a design detail to a garment, turn to piping. Watch this Threads Essential Techniques video for a great tip on grading a piped seam.
You can make any garment special by adding shaped edges. Watch to learn how to press these curved details.
The fly stitch is a basic embroidery stitch. Watch to learn how to create this stitch.
Take an interactive 360-degree view if this collage-like dress from the August/September 2016 issue of Threads.
The web, or spider-web stitch, is a needle-woven stitch that makes a beautiful center for an embroidered medallion.
Discover sophistication in youthful embellishments with these to heirloom sewing techniques.
A personal pattern helps you design a variety of knit tops.
Vintage style, modern dressmaking.
The couching stitch is useful for applying heavy or decorative threads that are too thick or textured to pass through a fabric's weave.
A precise designer method.
Explore the elaborate motifs of Yemenite Jewish embroidery.
This high-quality batting is just the thing to make your next quilting project shine.
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