The Ultimate Collection of Sewing Tips and Tricks

From beginner basics to intermediate skills, this collection will help you improve your skills and make sewing more fun!

No matter your skill level, this collection of sewing tips and tricks will take the stress out of sewing.

Dear Sewing Superstar,

There are a few necessary skills in sewing that make everything else work. From basics like adding buttons and cutting fabric to more advanced sewing adventures like working with leather or velvet, once you know these tips and tricks, the world of sewing becomes endless.

You can repair that hole in your favorite top, add pockets to those pants you love, or design and craft a new skirt or your entire wardrobe. And it all begins with some essential sewing skills.

This collection, Our Best Sewing Tips & Tricks: From Beginner Basics to Intermediate Skills, is the ultimate guide to the secrets of sewing. If you’re just starting out, don’t miss the exclusive sewing and quilting videos in this collection. Then join us for an in-depth breakdown of working with more difficult materials.

The collection begins with a series of videos from author and sewing teacher Mary Beth Temple. In Sewing Machine Needles 101, Mary Beth discusses the four most common types of sewing machine needles, and she teaches you when to use each type. You’ll also learn when to change your needles, what needle numbers mean, and more.

Mary Beth then walks you through replacing buttons and adding rows of decorative buttons. Watch How to Sew on a Button and discover methods for threading and sewing your buttons to give your garments a professional look.

And that’s just the beginning! In all there are more than a dozen articles in this collection with more than three dozen of the tips and tricks that everyone who picks up a needle and thread should know.

Quilting 101 Essential Skills

Quilting 101 Essential Skills

There are some sewing skills that seem like magic. In Quilting 101: Essential Skills (Cutting, Pressing and Seaming), Marie Segaresis peels back the curtain and shows you how the magic works. In this video, you’ll learn how to press wrinkles out of your fabric, how to stitch your fabric together and press your seams, and much more. Find out how to accurately measure and safely cut your fabric, and get ready to design some beautifully pieced blocks.

Mending Made Easy: 10 Quick Fixes for Common Signs of Wear and Tear

Mending Made Easy: 10 Quick Fixes for Common Signs of Wear and Tear

As a seasoned stitcher, you’re probably well aware of the various techniques used in garment construction – but what about fixing up those pieces that you already have hanging in your closet? Repairing old items of clothing not only ensures that we can wear our old favorites again and again, but it keeps them out of landfill, too.

In Mending Made Easy: 10 Quick Fixes for Common Signs of Wear and Tear, embroidery artist Sophie Tarrant shares 10 simple ways to repair those items that still have a lot of life left in them. Learn to replace a zipper, darn a sock, repair tiny holes, and make art out of your mending. Help yourself – and the planet – with our guide to the ten simple repair techniques that every sewist needs to know.

Then go from mending to making with three articles from designer Ann Strecko Koeman. In the Perfect Pockets series, you’ll learn a basic skill that every sewist should know: how to add pockets to a garment. The series begins with How to Add Inseam Pockets then moves to How to Add Patch Pockets. A favorite, though, is How to Add Hidden Pockets. What’s better than a hidden pocket for carrying your cash or favorite lip balm? These step-by-step tutorials will help you conquer the art of creating handy pockets!

Our Best Sewing Tips & Tricks: From Beginner Basics to Intermediate Skills truly includes the skills and techniques you need to master the art of sewing.

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Happy Sewing!

Caitlin Eaton
Editor, We Like Sewing Magazine

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