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Rolled Hem Basics & How To

All about how to sew a beautiful rolled hem on your machine with this specialty foot. Using the special rolled hem foot takes care of everything in a single pass - quick, easy and oh-so pretty. A basic rolled hem is perfect for napkins. Also works great on things like a circle skirt where you need a really narrow hem. It's all covered in this tutorial and tips at The Sewing Loft. Read more here...

The Best Online Learn to Sew Tutorials and Classes

Want to learn to sew? There are so many different options for anyone who wants to Learn to Sew. With so many tutorials and online classes, choosing the right one can be a challenge. Below is a collection of several Learn to Sew Tutorials and Classes that I think will help novice sewists systematically learn how to sew.

Avoid wonky, wavy armholes! Learn how to sew with bias tape (a.k.a. bias binding) to finish armholes and necklines for a professional, crisp look. | Indiesew.com

How to Use Bias Tape

Avoid wonky, wavy armholes! Learn how to sew with bias tape (a.k.a. bias binding) to finish armholes and necklines for a professional, crisp look. | Indiesew.com

You’re doing it wrong: Why your hip measurements don’t work (Itch To Stitch)

There are lots of ways to sew a bias binding to finish a garment, so I’ve put together a series of tutorials to walk you through three of my favorite options! You’ll see these demonstrated on my Gemma sewing pattern, but you can use these techniques for any necklines, armholes, or hems that you please! Click on the photosRead more...

How to Gather Fabric and Make Ruffles

I have an easy way to Gather Fabric that will give you even gathers. Even better, you will not have any broken stitches or tangled threads. This easy way to gather fabric is a perfect sewing tip to remember when gathering a large strip of fabric for a ruffle.