I was thinking, it could be very, very, very useful if there was a vocabulary list available to help non-english speaking members…
Because sewing terms are quite specialized, and it is a bit hard to find a good translation, and when following instructions, it sometimes is very difficult!
I would imagine that as a “vocabulary” button next to “projects” “patterns” “learning”… “store”
With a translation in some languages (I would suggest spanish, german, french, italian?), why not with a picture of the word we are talking about.
I’m sure everyone could help, at least I’d love to help for the vocabulary I know in french.
(Sample of words I’m not sure I fully understand : notches, garment, quilting, all the names of fabrics, awl …)
I hope this topic hasn’t been discuss yet, and I apologize if it’s the case).
The august/September 2014 Threads issue has a good article on fabric shopping in NYC.
i saw something similar but i dont remember where :D
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