Sewing Ergonomics: Tools, Tips and Techniques

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Jessica Giardino and Ashley Hough present helpful techniques to prevent any aches or pains that may arise when sewing. Learn how to establish a safe and comfortable sewing environment. Also, witness different sewing tools designed to reduce any muscle strains caused by hours of sewing. Use these sewing techniques for years to come.

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4 Responses to “Sewing Ergonomics: Tools, Tips and Techniques”
  1. Joyce Partee

    I am about 5 ft.tall & sewing tables & cutting tables are just too high for me. I have found a good solution for me. When the chair is raised so the sewing surface is the right height, my feet won’t reach the floor. I have a pair of platform shoes that are just right for me so I can easily reach the foot pedal & my other foot is comfortably on the floor. I haven’t learned to walk in them, they stay in the sewing room.
    one problem I have is the light or should I say lack of light on the bed of the machine. The best help I’ve found is the bendable light with bulbs on both ends that you wrap around your neck.

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  2. auntiena

    My spine is almost completely fused, so finding a comfortable position to sew in is tough. At a nearby sewing store I found a chair that tilts forward and a wedge for my sewing machine to tilt it forward. They work very well for me!

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