Welcome to the sewing world!

Below is a collection of helpful, useful, entertaining, interesting guides, step-by-step tutorials and expert tips that will help you to learn sewing and achieve professional results.

I would love to say it is easy and fast. But I won’t. Because I am trying to be honest. Because sewing is not like slapping together fabric pieces and hoping to make something from them. There is quite a lot that goes into sewing.

So start learning today because there is a lot to learn.

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Sewing machine cover  tutorial

Sewing machine cover tutorial

Our sewing machines need covers so dust and sunlight don’t get into the essential parts.
My Janome came with a plain white plastic cover which I used for years but I have always wanted to make some soft fabric cover which looks beautiful and cute. And as I started to do some simple quilting I have decided that quilted sewing machine cover is a good beginner quilting project.

So, in this tutorial, I will show you how I made the cover piecing and quilting in the hoop with my modern embroidery machine (Babylock Destiny2).

4th of July refashioning ideas

4th of July refashioning ideas

How are you going to prepare for the 4th of July celebration this year? Here are a few inspirational ideas on how to refashion t-shirts/tank tops for the 4th of July holiday. All these cute DIY projects are pretty simple with minimal sewing so they are good for beginners and kids. Celebrate the 4th of July season in style with these free easy refashioning projects. Learn fabric manipulation techniques like reverse applique and faux chenille.

DIY last minute Christmas gifts

I think there are no better tools than your sewing and embroidery machines for quick and lovely gift ideas. You can make unique one-of-a-kind gifts to show your friends and family that you care.
Check out these attractive, useful projects you can sew! The best part is that they don’t require a complete workshop and years of sewing experience – just a few common sewing tools and some old-fashioned sewing machine.

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