Many people consider sewing to be a skill of the past but that that isn’t quite true. Although the need for sewing skills dwindled for a bit, there has been a huge reemergence thanks to social media.
As people grew more interested in avoiding fast fashion, sewing machine sales started to soar. If you’re looking to learn a new skillset or interested in changing your wardrobe habits, you’ll want the best sewing machine for the job.
Finding the best option can be overwhelming but this guide is here to help.
Let’s get started.
The holidays are truly a special time to share gifts and spread cheer with loved ones. But did you know that gift giving does wonders for your overall health? It’s true!
And what better way to do so than by adding a personalized touch to gifts or decorations this holiday season? But where do you being? For starters, taking on a new embroidery project for your holiday crafts will be a great way to create a lasting impression.
If you’re getting arts and crafts block, take a look at these embroidery project ideas below. If any seem out of your experience level, we offer classes for embroidery, sewing, and quilting. There’s no project you can’t tackle!
Interested in learning more? Let’s begin!
You may have heard of the wonders of a serger sewing machine. But, you have no idea what it does, let alone how to use a serger!
Never fear, fair friend, for we have the knowledge you seek. Here is a brief breakdown of what a serger is and how you can use it for your own sewing projects.
Were you aware that there are machines designed just to help you with embroidery? These fantastic embroidery machines can make your job so much easier, but how do they work? And exactly what is an embroidery machine anyway?
Here’s a quick breakdown of what the machine is and what it can do for you.
Brother embroidery machine PR680W can help you create designs that are fit for a hobbyist or a small business. With a six needle speed, WLAN capacity, exact crosshair efficiency, and an ample 8″ x 12″ embroidery space.
PR680W also provides 100 original edging patterns, 18 personalized font forms, and 140 frame design sequences. It also includes 50 lettering fonts, 50 basic utility stitches, and 10 buttonhole forms in 3 sizes that allow you to come up with new ideas for an up-cycling design.
If you’re an avid sewer, embroiderer, or quilter, you want a machine that you can trust to help you do the job right. Baby Lock has been in production since the 1960s and focuses on innovation, quality, and trust.
They offer a variety of machines to tackle whatever project you have in mind. In this guide, we discuss the new machines released from Baby Lock and what they offer.
Over half of quilters surveyed reported spending more time quilting than in previous years. Does this sound like you?
Are you looking for ways to improve your technique? Do you need some advice to turn all those quilt tops into finished quilts?
Learning to make a quilt sandwich the right way helps ensure the success of your quilting project. Find out more about making a quilt sandwich so you can get your project on track.
Quilters have expressed themselves through fabric for hundreds of years, and the oldest surviving quilt dates to the 1300s. Jelly roll quilts offer new quilters a chance to participate in this proud tradition easily and try it on for size.
If you’ve never quilted before, though, you might have questions about how to make a jelly roll quilt. What do you do with the individual strips of fabric? For that matter, what is a jelly roll quilt?
Keep reading and you’ll be well on your way to your first quilt.
Did you know that embroidery goes back to 30,000 BC?
Can you imagine trying to thread a needle in ancient times without knowing any helpful tricks? If you have ever gone cross-eyed or spent an absurd amount of time trying to thread a needle rather than actually sewing, I imagine that is how frustrated those people must have felt.
Lucky for you, there are plenty of tips and tricks on how to thread your needle for hand embroidery and machine embroidery easily. Read on to learn about the methods of threading your needle so you can spend more time doing embroidery and less time being frustrated.
You’ve always loved the beautiful embroidery that your grandmother used to do. You’ve always wanted to try your hand at it, but the designs seem so complex that you don’t even know where to get started. It seems to take so long to complete a project by hand.
Luckily, you can stitch out embroidery quickly on a machine.
Here are 5 embroidery projects that you can do even if you have never used a machine before.