Sometimes we may not realize some of the dangers that are right in our own sewing room. ZJ Humbach talks about some of the unsafe practices that we may find in our sewing area, and teaches us how to avoid unnecessary injuries. Watch and learn what we can do as sewers to make sure our sewing equipment and supplies are safe.
Leah Rybak shows you how to safely and properly dispose of broken needles. Find out how useful old medicine bottles or small shampoo containers can be when storing new needles or disposing old and broken ones. Related Article: Essential Sewing Tools and SuppliesWatch Now >>
Creating a fabric frame can be a great way to highlight a certain fabric motif or finish off the edges of a project. Jessica Giardino shows you how to make fun fabric frames for your next sewing project. Math This fabric frame technique is fairly quick and easy to sew, however it does require aWatch Now >>
Most people think of scissors being used for sewing and rotary cutters being used for quilting, however, Ashley Hough explains why that doesn’t always have to be the case. Scissors and Snips Depending on who you learned to sew from, you may have simply adopted whichever tool your teacher used as your go-to tool asWatch Now >>
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.Watch Now >>