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37 DIY Sewing Hacks

Love sewing but find it often takes just too much time? If you wish to cut some time out of your next sewing project, you have to see these cool sewing tips and tricks to speed up even the most basic tasks. From threading needles and bobbins to pattern and fabric tips, these clever ideas simply rock. Need to organize your sewing supplies as a New Years resolution? Check out the step by step tutorials for some crafty DIY storage solutions. Sewing Hacks 1. Winding and Threading Your Bobbin rufflesandstuff Oh how I wish I'd known about this cool sewing

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Sewing Machine Tension Adjustment

This sewing tutorial is a sewing machine tension guide. Learning sewing machine tension adjustments can seem overwhelming, but it is a foundational sewing skill that every sewist must have in their arsenal. This sewing tutorial will explain what sewing machine tension is, its function, why we need to adjust it, and how to find the right tension for your project.

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Stretch stitches on a sewing machine

Working only with woven fabrics limits the number and types of patterns and projects you can create. However, by learning how to sew stretch stitches on a home sewing machine, you improve your skills and your sewing world comes alive with new possibilities. Keep reading to learn all about

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80 Clever Sewing Hacks and Professional Tips - Really Good Ideas

Take your sewing projects to the next level using these sewing tips and tricks.

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Your Sewing Machine's Overlock Stitch

Did you know that most regular sewing machines have a special overlock stitch that mimics a serger's stitch? It's true! My Bernina has one, and so have the Pfaff and Brother machines I've sewn on. Most people without a serger use pinking or zigzagging to finish their edges, sometimes without even knowing they have an overlock stitch on their sewing machines. What makes this stitch different from a zigzag is that it has a special foot with a little pin that helps the stitch wrap around the raw edge of the fabric. It uses more thread and can be pretty slow-going, but it's very secure. Here's the top view of the stitch on my Bernina 1008, in pink thread. The bobbin thread is yellow. And here's the back. See how the thread wraps around the raw edge? This is what the stitch icon looks like on my machine. Your machine will have a special foot for the overlock function. On a Bernina it looks like this: The red arrow points to the pin, which you align with the raw edge of your fabric. The pin keeps the fabric flat and allows the thread to wrap around it. Since my serger needs to go to the shop, I used my overlock stitch to finish the raw edges of some fabric before pre-shrinking it in the dryer. The overlocked edge held up just as beautifully as a serged edge does! Do you use an overlock stitch?

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Serger Stitch Width Tips

One of the most versatile and easy ways to change the look of stitch while serging is by adjusting the position of the cutting knife. In this post, we will explore the various widths of stitches, lowering the cutting knife and dive into a special feature called- Micro Thread Control. More …

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Serger Hacks

Learning to serge? Use these serger hacks and sewing tips on your next project! These are proven hacks that make serging a snap!

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