Join us for another installment in our NSC Live series with the undeniably talented Nicki LaFoille on Friday, March 3rd at 7:00 p.m. CST. Nicki will be answering your sewing questions in this interactive and informative Q&A. Feel free to submit questions live during the broadcast by writing in the comment box below!
Many of you may recognize Ashley Hough as a frequent face around National Sewing Circle. When she’s not instructing sewing tutorial videos or drafting up fun project ideas, she can be found hosting our monthly live Q&A sessions where they talk all sewing, all the time. Starting this month, Ashley will also be hosting our… Read more »
Join us for another installment in our NSC Live series with the undeniably talented Nicki LaFoille on Tuesday, February 21st at 7:00 p.m. CST. Nicki will be answering your sewing questions in this interactive and informative Q&A.Feel free to submit questions live during the broadcast by writing in the comment box below!
I am sewing costumes for my entire family (15 total costumes!), and I am having problems with sizes. I bought patterns according to off the rack sizes for each member, but when I went to make the muslin patterns, they weren’t even nearly big enough. I now look at the waist and hip measurement, and… Read more »
In this month’s NSC LIVE, Nicki LaFoille shared tips for installing zippers on knit garments, explained some of the different types of stabilizers used for embroidery, and discussed small applique.
Do you love to sew? Do you love to share your work with others? Do you create your own patterns? If so, we want to hear from you! We’re on the hunt for talented sewers like you who create patterns and are looking to share them with the world. We’re always trying to expand our… Read more »
Let’s face it, diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend; a seam ripper is. I keep one in my purse, one in my closet, and a few in my sewing room. Here are some essential tips to make sure you’re using your seam ripper/best friend correctly. When you do have to rip-rip-rip, make sure to tear… Read more »
Help! My cutting mat is buckled up and warped on one side now when it got accidentally too close to some heat. I paid $50 for this mat. I laid some heavy old machines on it for days to see if it would force the mat to return to its original flat surface, but no… Read more »
During the December Live Event, Nick LaFoille demonstrated how to thread and use a double needle, how to miter a corner, and how to use a buttonhole foot. She also discussed thread storage, embroidering on fleece, and several different pattern alterations.
Are you tired of buying wrapping paper and gift bags year after year only to have them be thrown away as soon as the gift they are concealing is opened? Why not make your own gift wrapping materials that are not only reusable but beautiful and customizable enough that they become part of the gift… Read more »