Added Jul 26, 2007
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Press, but do not iron, the band upwards. Finish by serging or using an overedge stitch. You can also finish jersey with 2 rows of zig zag or two rows of straight stitching. Use this technique for the soon to be posted t-shirts you've all been waiting for! And try it out on any other projects, maybe even in some unexpected places!
Go far afield in wrap dresses, detailed jackets, and comfy separates for fall.
Meg's Magazine Mash Up 2014
Check out Meg's finished Mash Up project of her denim suit and see how you can sew along!
Fashion & Trends
Dress like your favorite heroine from Disney's Frozen.
This web seminar will teach you tricks to sewing and cutting silk successfully!
See one of the techniques you'll learn in November's Fabric Design course.
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