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Join my Craftsy online class tailoring ready-to-wear. Whether you want to learn to alter clothing for yourself or thinking of making money sewing for others, this class is a great start! Learn to lengthen and shorten hems, alter waistbands, replace zippers, tapering tops, hemming jeans while keeping the original designer hem, alter sleeves on a lined jacket, and much more!
Blind Hems Are Made Easy!
Great Job on this one Angela! I’ve been afraid of the blind hem for soooo long. No more! Thanks. Great class.
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I always learn from Angela. She gets her point across easily. Even after sewing 51 years I’m amazed at what she can teach me.
Refashion Jeans with Trim You might have noticed some of the fashions of the late 60’s and 70’s making a comeback on the store shelves, from floral fabrics to embellished jeans. How about adding crocheted ribbon trim along the outside leg! This is so...read more
I am very excited to team up with Mathew Boudreaux (Mister Domestic) as part of his blog party launching his new fabric collection Loved to Pieces! I had the choice of many of his beautiful fabrics and chose a beautiful 100% rayon fabric to sew the Kate Skirt...read more
Embellishing Jeans with Free Motion Embroidery An easy way to restyle or upcycle jeans is to add a touch of embroidery. Free motion embroidery, also referred to as thread painting, is so easy and you don’t even need an embroidery machine for this...read more
Transform a Turtleneck into a Stylish Boatneck Top Here is another recycle project for the turtlenecks in our closet and its easy - perfect for beginners! For this sewing tutorial I am using a turtleneck that has a design, but any tank top will work. ...read more
Easy Sewing Project for Mother’s Day or Any Special Day ♥ I was recently going through memory boxes and came across letters from a few people so dear to my heart that have since passed away. This made me think, I hardly write letters anymore! An email,...read more
Flatlock Stitching on a Serger There are so many stitches we can do with our serger / overlock machines! You might recognize the flatlock stitch as seen on sportswear or a decorative stitch used to connect two pieces of fabric. This stitch is fun and easy to do!...read more
I have a few turtlenecks that are made of beautiful fabrics, but I can’t stand the high, tight neckline. Time for another DIY recycle project to makeover this sweater! The look of see through fabric, embroidered, and embellished tulle are so trendy right now - why...read more