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Sew Easy Automatic Needle Threader (3 Pieces)

You will never have to struggle to thread a needle ever again with our NEW  PATENTED CUSTOM DESIGN SECOND GENERATION NEEDLE THREADER. We are the only company offering NEW SECOND GENERATION Needle Treader if you find it anywhere else, they are selling FIRST  GENERATION Needle Threaders that are not working well! You speak we listen to your feedback inspire us to create new high-quality needle threaders that will be good not only for your own sewing needs but as a gift to your sewist/quilting friends.   Size: 6.7 x 2 cm (2.64 x 0.79 inches) Net weight: 5 gr Color: Random sent Durable and easy to use Help to solve the frustrating needle threading problem Suitable for those people who have dim eyesight How to use: Insert the needle...

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How To Use A Ruffler Foot V.2

I finally bought a ruffler foot a few weeks ago. After it came I couldn’t believe that I’ve been ruffling so long without one. What a waste. It’s a funny looking contraption with super powers. I wanted to tell you about it because I love it and have been using it a ton, especially during the ruffle event. I got this one from Fancy Collective. That’s a long name. I just call it the ruffle foot. I bought this one because it is fairly universal and fits most machines. I didn’t get the same brand as my sewing machine because those are more expensive. It fit right onto my machine and if I decide to switch sewing machine brands there is a good chance...

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HOW TO SEW AN INVISIBLE ZIPPER (WITH A REGULAR ZIPPER FOOT)

I absolutely love invisible zippers. I love putting them in, zipping them up and admiring them in the mirror. They are my fave. However, I know they can be intimidating, and most sewing machines don’t come with an invisible zipper foot.I survived for many years without one, and I only purchased one last weekend. But it’s entirely possible to sew a great invisible zipper application WITHOUT having a special foot. All you need is a regular zipper foot. Ready to go? First, finish the edges where the invisible zipper will be applied. This is likely a center-back seam or side seam. They need to be finished separately; don’t sew them together before finishing.  Next, I like to iron the zipper teeth...

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How to use the Blind Stitch or Blind Hem Foot

My favorite hemming technique, the blind hem can appear confusing, but once you have done it a couple of times it becomes a breeze. This is the hem used on trousers, skirts, and jackets for an almost invisible finish. You will need to use a matching thread for your fabric, in this example, I have used a contrasting thread so you can see the nibbled stitches used to sew this hem. The Stitch for the hem is a few straight stitches to the right then a jump to the left, where the nibble is taken from your hem fabric. You will need to press a double fold hem which is then folded back on itself. The bulk of the stitches...

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More Presser Feet Than You Will Ever Need

Over these last 3 1/2 years, I've picked up quite a few sewing tools that have really helped to improve my sewing. Some of the best ones have been the various presser feet I've bought. Our machines can sew awesome things on their own, but match the right stitch with the right presser foot, or the right project with the right foot and suddenly it can be even more fun and give you even better sewing results or open up new finishes that you can't do otherwise such as pintucks. When I look back now, I spent quite a bit on those few feet.  I bought: An invisible zipper foot An adjustable zipper foot A Teflon coated foot A quarter-inch...

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