Sewing piping can add a professional touch to the edges of cushions, bags, quilts and even clothing. Learn how to sew piping step by step for beginners.
TheDIYDreamer.com - Shares a Sewing 101 Guide for beginners. Packed full of resources on sewing basics from threading a machine to buying beautiful fabric.
YouTube is full of fascinating videos involving all sorts of things, including sewing! Whether you often check out sewing videos on YouTube or have yet to explore that world, we think you will appreciate this list of what we think are the 10 Best Sewing Channels on YouTube.
It was difficult to narrow down the list to only 10 as there are many more amazing tailors and seamstresses who make useful videos, but we felt that these were the channels with the most variety.
There are also videos on techniques and projects for all skill levels. No matter what you are looking for when it comes to sewing, you will find a channel in this list that is worthy of hitting that "subscribe" button.
Before we get to these top sewing youtube channels according to us editors here at AllFreeSewing, did you know that we have videos, too? Check out our original sewing videos here.
One of the most popular videos on our channel shows you how to make a body form by Mary Beth Temple, who also has a fantastic YouTube channel, Hooked for Life. Check out the DIY body form video here! Then, scroll down to get to our awesome list of sewing YouTube channels we love. If you like them, be sure to subscribe to take advantage of all the free tutorials, tips, tricks, and projects they all have to offer every week!
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Today’s contributor is Crystal from Stitched By Crystal. All posts written by Crystal for Make It and Love It can be found HERE. . . . . . Hi there! Crystal here, from Stitched by Crystal! Summer vacation is officially over and we are back to the grind around here. That means school, sports, and for my daughter, dance. Her new dance classes started last week, so she needed a new dance bag. Ok, really…she has lots of bags she could have use, but what better excuse to design and sew up a new bag! I came up with this
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letter pillows: I could totally make this into a K for my beginner sewing lessons!
Read the article 'Sewing Lesson: Peter Pan Collar Dress 128 05/2011' in the BurdaStyle blog 'Daily Thread'.
My daughter has been chomping at the bit to learn how to sew. I think I was a little intimidated (remembering back to how many times I messed up my mom's machine when she taught me so many years ago) so I kept putting it off. It seemed like a much better summer activity and when summer finally rolled around she was more than excited to get started. This is when the 5 Week Summer Sew School was created. It was never my intention to teach my 8 year-old every function of the machine and every detail of sewing. Instead,