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If you have a pattern for a top, t-shirt, or dress with a set-in sleeve, changing up the sleeve style is a really easy way to make it look completely different. And there are tons of different options. Today I’ll show you a couple of them. First up we have the full short sleeve. I’ve...Read More
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Add pockets to almost any skirt with this skirt pocket tutorial! I've included a printable pocket pattern pieces in 3 sizes. Easy skirt pocket instructions.
Learn how to change a basic sleeve pattern into a flutter sleeve. #PatternHack #Fluttersleeve #sleevepattern #Sewing #howtosew
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Pattern hacking time! With all this glorious weather and festivals galore, I've turned to my usual Summer uniform of a high-waisted something teamed with a crop top. Still sexy in the flash of upper midriff whilst hiding unruly tums (and post-baby stretch marks!), this has become somewhat of a go-to look for me. Up for
justina Davis saved to Projects to Try
You’ve probably heard the word “hacking” and may be confused by what it means? Essentially it means you are making changes to a sewing pattern that will create a design that’s different from the original
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In this video I walk you through how to copy a a pattern from a garment that you already have. It's super easy when you know how and you'll soon be turning t...
Michelle Marr saved to a sewing project
Learn how to Grading Altering Sewing Pattern Sizes. Modify your patterns to use the sizes that fit your body with this easy tutorial.
Louise Nilsson saved to Sewing
Sew a swing t-shirt - this anthro hack is easy to do.
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Happy almost-Friday, friends! I’m helping you get through to the end of the week by giving you this super simple high-low skirt hack, using the Made for Mermaids Mama Chloe skirt. …
Nichole Beauzil saved to Sewing
I am sewing costumes for my entire family (15 total costumes!), and I am having problems with sizes. I bought patterns according to off the rack sizes for each member, but when I went to make the muslin patterns, they weren’t even nearly big enough. I now look at the waist and hip measurement, and those don’t even match up. Is it true that pattern sizes are not off the rack sizes? Do you use the largest measurement on the pattern to the size of your person and then try to alter from there?
National Sewing Circle saved to Sewing Patterns