Who else has over-shopped a little but found some great deals this weekend? Black Friday happened, and no, I didn’t need a new cell phone, but I bought one. Neither …
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“You may turn into an archangel, a fool, or a criminal—no one will see it. But when a button is missing—everyone sees that.” Quote from Erich Maria Remarque. Actually, sewing on a button is one of the simplest sewing techniques. Everybody can learn it. And not necessary only women, men can sew on a lost button also. It is really easy but there are some small tricks you should know so that your button stays strong and looks nice.
The moving story of how a sewing machine was passed through generations fro the last 150 years.
In this tutorial, I will show you some tricks on how to thread a needle for hand sewing and embroidery and how to tie a knot.
It will be useful not only for people who are just learning to sew and don’t yet know how to thread a needle but also for people who are experienced in sewing and learned to thread a needle 30 years ago.
It seems so easy to thread a needle. You just push the thread right through the needle’s eye and that’s it. Yet you have to do it so often and it is so frustrating at times that many people, not only me, have come up with tricks, tools, and tips that help in the process.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to start working with a sewing machine.
Machines make sewing fast and easy but learning to use them will take some time.