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Sewing Techniques, Sewing Basics, Serger Sewing, Serger Sewing Projects, Sewing Hacks, Sewing For Beginners, Sewing Projects For Beginners, Sewing Machine, Overlocker

Let’s face it. Serger tension can be tricky AND it takes a lot of patience. All those threads create beautiful, and dare I say magical, overcast stitches but they also create more opportunities for a tension issue. Each thread has a tension dial that can either be too tight or too loose, meaning you

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Kim
Outfits, Molde, Couture, Haken, Style, Moda, Dress, Stunning, Patron Couture

Hello Sewing Enthusiasts! Are you ready to take your lingerie sewing to the next level? I'm excited to share with you a fantastic bra hack using my free PDF bralette pattern. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to transform your bralette pattern into two different types of bras that are perfect for all sizes and body types. Plus, it's a beginner-friendly project with detailed step-by-step instructions, so you can easily follow along and create beautiful bras! The best part? You can use any…

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Chloe Araya
THANK YOU! Here is a tutorial to help you DIY your own sewing machine. Love this help idea.

THANK YOU! Here is a tutorial to help you DIY your own sewing machine. Love this help idea.

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Jolanta
Sewing Projects, Sew Ins, Quilts, Quilting, Diy, Sewing Machine Tension, Sewing Machine Thread, Sewing Machine Repair, Sewing Machine Basics

Here's what to do when your sewing machine thread bunches up. Sewing machine thread bunching up on the top or underside of fabric is a common problem & a frustrating one! But don't despair, there are lots of things you can check to solve this issue. Refer to this checklist before call a sewing machine repair man!

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Pamela Rogers
Crafts, Diy, Sewing Projects, Pacifier Clips Diy, Pacifier Clip, Diy Baby Stuff, Baby Sewing Projects, Sewing Crafts, Sewing For Kids

No more baby pacifiers on the floor! Here's a DIY tutorial showing how to make a pacifier clip for baby with fabric scraps, ribbon, and cute metal clips. When I was younger, I LOVED my pacifier. We called it a 'nukie' and many of the photos from my first few years show me with one in my mouth, often upside down. When my dad would ask me why I liked it, I'm told I would reply, 'It tastes really good!' I apparently gave it up around 2 years old, but then my sister was born shortly after, and I…

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lynn snead