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Saturday Sewing – Finding Inspiration!

Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been posting “Saturday Sewing” blogs; little projects which are quick and easy to do, with materials you likely already have at home. They have proved very popular, so, even with COVID restrictions loosening; … Continue reading

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MINI SEWING TIPS FROM SEW4HOME: Measuring and Converting.

Measuring Tape Marks & Yardage Conversion FOUR Handy Printable Charts from Sew4Home They always say, “it’s the little things.” And in sewing, that is very often the case, because little details can make a big difference as can new (or … Continue reading

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Sew4Home Mini Sewing Tips: How to Make a Blind Hem

A blind hem is exactly what it sounds like: a hem with stitches you can barely see. It’s perfect for window coverings, the hem at the bottom of a garment, or anywhere you want a clean finished edge. For many people, especially those just starting their … Continue reading

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Mini Sewing Tips from Sew4Home – HOW TO SQUARE UP FABRIC

We start of the year with more Mini Sewing Tips from Sew4Home: this month it is all about How to Square up fabric.  Puckered seams. Misaligned panels. If you’ve ever tried to work with fabric cuts are that are not … Continue reading

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