• 20:32

    DIY: Wrist Pin Cushion

    A wrist pin cushion, along with other tools and supplies sewers use every day, is a great way to keep pins handy when working on a sewing project. Nicki LaFoille shows you how to quickly and easily make your own to use for your next project. Step-by-Step Wrist Pin Cushion Making a wrist pin cushion…

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  • 5:32

    5 Sewing Tools Everyone Needs

    While there are many different sewing tools available on the market today- you don’t have to have them all. ZJ Humbach shares what her top five go-to tools are and what they are used for. This is helpful information if you are looking to add new tools to your sewing room, or if you are…

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  • 5:57

    How to Use Drapery Weights

    Sewing your own curtains and drapes is a great way to add color and texture to your house while also adding a personal touch. In this tutorial ZJ Humbach shows you how to use drapery weights to give your drapes a more professional finish and ensure that they hang nice and straight. Drapery Weights Before…

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  • 1:44

    Review of the Q-Zone Hoop Frame

    If you are someone who is interested in long arm quilting but have stayed away from it because of the cost of a long arm machine or the amount of space it will take up, the Q-Zone hoop frame from the Grace Company is a great solution. Using the Q-Zone Hoop Frame The Q-Zone hoop…

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  • What Size Bobbins Do I Need?
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    What Size Bobbins Do I Need?

    While most sewing machines come with a bobbin or two when you purchase them, you may want to buy extra or have the need to replace them at some point in the future. ZJ Humbach explains that there are many different types, styles, and sizes of bobbins available and discusses why it is important to…

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  • 5:03

    Using Fusible Hem Tape in Place of Stitching

    If you are needing to add a hem to a garment or home decor project, but don’t want to see a stitching line or want to spend the time doing an invisible hand stitch, fusible hem tape is a great alternative. Ashley Hough teaches you about fusible hem tape and shows you how to use…

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  • How to Use a Bias Tape Maker
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    How to Use a Bias Tape Maker

    Bias tape or straight grain tape can be used on many different sewing projects as a way to neatly finish raw edges. Depending on the size of project you are making, making your own bias tape or straight grain tape can be time consuming. Ashley Hough shows you how to use a bias tape maker…

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  • 5:35

    How to Make Pattern Weights

    Using pattern weights can be a great alternative to pins depending on the type of fabric you are using. Ashely Hough demonstrates how to make pattern weights using large washers and circles of fabric. Materials and Supplies Patterns weights can be fairly straightforward and easy to make as they only require metal washers, circles of…

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  • 14:23

    Applying Bias Tape to Edges and Mitering Corners

    Bias tape is a great way to finish the edges of a project, whether you are making something as large as a quilt or as small as a placemat. Learn different techniques for applying bias tape, including different methods for single and double fold tape- Ashley Hough shows you how. Tips to Applying Bias Tape…

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