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Sewing Machine Basics

Sewing Machine Basics Page 1 Power Switch Some machines haveapowerswitch to turn the machine off and on, and this switch maybeseparate from the one controlling the machine light.

Preparing to Sew

Preparing to Sew Page 1 Before laying out the pattern pieces, you need top res hrinkt he fabric and straighten the grain. These two simple steps ensure easy-care garments with straight hanging seams and hems.

Basic sewing steps

14 Basic sewing steps Basic sewing steps Basic sewing steps Basic sewing steps You can sew (and still have fingers left!) You can sew (and still have fingers left!)

CATHEDRAL WINDOW QUILT

CATHEDRAL WINDOW QUILT These two photos above are courtesy of Betsy, a member of sewing.com who has put this project to great uses to make table runners and many other items using the same principle but different colored fabrics.

sewing project of the month baby blanket with satin trim

sewing project of the month baby blanket with satin trim Finished size approx. 41" x 29" What you need: • Fabric 1 1/8 yard of 58" wide Soft 'N Comfy fabric (one side of this fabric is very soft like a beanie baby) • Matching thread • 1 package of Wrights satin blanket binding to match or ...

Glossary of Sewing Terms

Glossary of Sewing Terms 1.0.0 Page 1 of 6 KWIK • SEW ® Sewing Educator Guide Glossary of Sewing Terms Enjoy this Educational Sewing Guide ...

Adjusting Sewing Machine Tension

Adjusting Sewing Machine Tension Learning to control and adjust your sewing machine tension will empower you to sew creatively. Before making any adjustments to the tension on your sewing machine, be sure that the machine is properly threaded.

Spring/Summer Edition 2011 Allentown Sewing Machine Outlet ...

Bus trip to the Hershey Quilt Show Friday, July 29, 2011. Cost $28.00. The bus will leave our parking lot at 8 am & will leave the show to return home at 3:30 pm.

Sewing One o' One e-classes

Sewing One o' One e-classes 2 All rights reserved. Uptown Sewing 2009 Step 1 Use safety pin to mark your finished hem on the wrong side of the pants.