Patterns and names

Patterns and names

How to sew bias tape around corners to make mitered corners free DIY tutorial instructions

How to sew bias tape around corners to make mitered corners free DIY tutorial instructions

Video tutorial for how to sew the invisible ladder stitch. I use this for sewing closed the bottom of my bag linings.

Video tutorial for how to sew the invisible ladder stitch. I use this for sewing closed the bottom of my bag linings.

Understanding Fabric Weights

Understanding Fabric Weights

Leather is simple to sew on a standard sewing machine. The tutorial is easy to follow ...................

Leather is simple to sew on a standard sewing machine. The tutorial is easy to follow ...................

How to mend rips in clothes with a full video and photo tutorial! Handy to know.

How to mend rips in clothes with a full video and photo tutorial! Handy to know.

Check out this new method for binding the Vallynne (or any knit garment!) that reduces bulk and imitates ready-to-wear techniques. | Indiesew.com

Check out this new method for binding the Vallynne (or any knit garment!) that reduces bulk and imitates ready-to-wear techniques. | Indiesew.com

Spruce up your creative space with these ten tips for a more functional sewing room! | Indiesew.com

Spruce up your creative space with these ten tips for a more functional sewing room! | Indiesew.com

I really like this tutorial. Sums up everything you need to say and provides excellent pictures.

I really like this tutorial. Sums up everything you need to say and provides excellent pictures.

Adjusting the bottom tension is generally set at the factory and shouldn't need adjustment. The tension on the bobbin case is controlled by a small screw and a curved metal band. Turn the screw that is located next to the thread opening. Remember: Righty, tighty; lefty, loosey!

Adjusting the bottom tension is generally set at the factory and shouldn't need adjustment. The tension on the bobbin case is controlled by a small screw and a curved metal band. Turn the screw that is located next to the thread opening. Remember: Righty, tighty; lefty, loosey!

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