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Embroidery Tools One of the most appealing qualities of embroidery is how little you really need to get started. You might even find that...
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Use this chart to figure out what machine needle size you need for your current project!

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Here’s how to finish the edges of a place mat, quilt, bag, or other project with a continuous binding (that is, binding in one long strip with no breaks except where it beings and ends.) Love this...

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There are other ways to hem a T-shirt or knit fabric without using a twin needle. (To learn how to hem a T-shirt with a twin needle, read ...
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Pinning your fabric will save you time and ensure smooth sewing! See how to pin your projects.

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One of the most important parts of sewing, (but also sometimes the trickiest to achieve) is sewing straight. Here are four easy tips to help you sew straighter!

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Learn basics to using embroidery floss for no-fuss sewing on your next project!

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Precut strips are more popular than ever, and there are a lot of sewing projects that use them. But sometimes when you’re sewing a lot of long strips together, things can start to bow and lose...

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Attention procrastinators! Here’s tongue-in-cheek relief from the guilt of “Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday…” chores often stitched on vintage dishtowels. To add a touch of whimsy to your kitchen,...

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This bulletin board is sure to make waves with its simple running-stitch border. Embroider the fabric, then attach it to a corkboard from an office supplies store.

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Customize a one-color purchased leash to suit the unique style of your pup.

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Tassels are the cutest accessory for your sewing projects! They're the perfect addition to bags, pillows, clothing, and more.

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Pom-poms are an easy way to add spunk to your next project! These fun-to-make embellishments are perfect for clothing, home decor, and gift toppers!

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Here’s a good first tote bag project that will instatntly become your go-to pattern! Plus, the bag is made with a doubled seam so no unfinished fabric edges show. Fabrics are from the Nana’s...

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All you need is two pieces of fabric to make this simple stocking! Sew one for every member of your family and fill them with fun surprises! Fabrics are from the Preppy Plaids by ...

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Amp up an easy bag patterns with cute ruffles! We promise, it's easier than you think! Fabrics are from the LOL collection by Me & My Sister Designs for ...

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Festive little fabric baskets are perfect for holding a few treats, a duet of colored eggs, or other seasonal favors. The small size makes them ideal for table favors or place markers. They take...

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Here’s a place mat that’s so easy you’ll be eager to sew a set of four! This quilt-as-you-go project means that when the top is done, so is the quilting! Add binding and you’ve completed a pretty...

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With the "burrito" method, a banded pillowcase is easy to create. Follow these simple step-by-step photos to roll your own pillowcase ina jiffy! Fabrics are from the Superhero collection by...

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Make a list and check it twice for must-have holiday ornaments you can finish in a snap using festive novelty prints. Fabrics are from the Holiday Hoot Flannel collection by Deborah Edwards for ...

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Make this 24-pocket advent calendar for the holidays! It takes longer to fill the pockets than it does to sew. Fabric is from the Holiday Hoot collection panel by Deborah Edwards for ...

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Make a cheerful holiday pillow in minutes. After the holidays, remove the pillow inserts and tuck the pillow covers away until Santa comes again. Fabrics are the A Wonderful Time panel from Merry...

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Turn your desktop chaos into a productive work space with a coordinating trio of catchalls made from embroidery hoops. Mix and match your favorite patterned fabrics, and whip up three fun and...

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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a sweet coaster featuring little hearts. Fabrics are from the Wild collection from Dear Stella.

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Make this coaster in just a few minutes from one square of fabric! The trick is all in how the square is folded before you stitch each seam. Fabric is from the Beach House by Kate...

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