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Quilting Beginner Projects, Sew Useful Things, Christmas Sewing Projects Easy, Beginner Sewing Christmas Gifts, Things To Make With Christmas Fabric, Small Quick Sewing Projects, Small Craft Projects Easy Diy, Make Patterns From Your Clothes, East Sewing Projects

This modern patchwork apron tutorial is a quick project for beginners! It's a unisex apron that fits all sizes and you only need basic sewing supplies.

Allison Bailey
Sewing Machine Tension, Sewing Seams, Seam Guide, Sewing Machine Basics, Sewing Machine Projects, Brother Sewing Machines, Sewing Machine Feet, Memory Crafts, Sewing 101

I often get a question from my readers - how to sew straight? In this guide, I will show you how to easily keep stitching lines straight. I will talk about topstitching mostly because keeping seam allowances equal is a different topic. Have you ever had problems with crooked stitching lines? I bet you had. Even intermediate sewists are struggling sometimes to do it and had to rip and redo stitching. But sewing in a straight line is much simpler than you think. And I want to help you to sew…

A Basket Case
Pie Pot Holder, Lattice Pie, Fall Sewing Projects, Fall Sewing, Sewing Machine Projects, Small Sewing Projects, Christmas Sewing, Diy Sewing Projects, Sewing Projects For Beginners

With fall almost here and Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's the perfect time to make these cute Lattice Pie Pot Holders. If you're looking for a cozy fall sewing project this is it. They are so easy to make and also a great way to keep your hands safe when handling hot pie dishes during the holiday season and decorating your table for Thanksgiving. This DIY project is both practical and fun, making it the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving preparations.

Lis Contreras
Molde, Serger Tension, Serger Sewing Projects, Serger Tutorial, Serger Projects, Serger Stitches, Serger Tips, Serger Sewing, Tension Setting

Let’s face it. Serger tension can be tricky AND it takes a lot of patience. All those threads create beautiful, and dare I say magical, overcast stitches but they also create more opportunities for a tension issue. Each thread has a tension dial that can either be too tight or too loose, meaning you