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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Sewing Site! These are the top ten articles that your Sewing Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Free Apron Pattern and Apron Tutorial
Aprons make wonderful gifts and are easy to make. This free apron pattern uses only one yard of fabric making it easy on the wallet as well. Follow along with the apron tutorial as I show you how to put the apron together.
2. Pillowcase Dress How To
Pillowcase dresses are charming in their simplicity and are perfect attire for warm summer days. Learn how to sew a pillowcase dress for the young girl in your life with this illustrated pillowcase dress tutorial.
3. Make Fabric Baskets
Baskets and other items are fun and easy to make by wrapping and coiling strips of fabric. This technique is also a great way to use up those fabric scraps you have laying around the house.
4. Sewing Gifts for Valentine's Day
This article shares links to free instructions for making Valentine themed gifts on the web.
5. Sewing with Felt is Fun and Easy!
Felt is considered to be one of the oldest textiles known to man. Felt has changed a great deal over the last 10,000 years is currently a very popular medium with crafters today. Learn more about felt and try one of the free projects!
6. Sweatshirt to Cardigan in Several Easy Steps
With some clips of your scissors and a few seams, a sweatshirt can be transformed into a stylish cardigan that reflects your personal style!
7. Free Teddy Bear Patterns to Sew
This article contains many links to free patterns for sewing teddy bears.
8. Pillowcase Dress Tutorial
Conclusion of the illustrated pillowcase dress tutorial.
9. Make Your Baby's Room Sew Special
Sewing infant bedding is an easy way to put your special touch on a baby's nursery.
10. What to Do When Your Sewing Machine Thread Jams
Have you ever been sewing along and all of a sudden your machine makes a little clunk and jerks to a stop and then when you pull the fabric out and turn it over, there is a clump of knotted up thread on the bottom? If so, here are some tips for solving and preventing thread jams.
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