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Sewing Thread Anonymous 6029

Sewing thread general?

Post your fabric stashes, your WIPs, questions, you name it.

Tips, patterns, links, videos, etc are all welcome.

Anonymous 6030

To get the ball rolling, I'll post some videos.

Anonymous 6031


Anonymous 6032

>>6031

I've posted madebyaya videos on other threads but I just love her videos lol

Anonymous 6033

And also Angela Clayton's.

Anonymous 6034

If I zigzag stich the ends of my piece, do I still have to press open the seams or am I good to go?

Anonymous 10198

havent had the motivation to even sew aside from like hemming some pants every now and then

Anonymous 10214

Pink Silk Scarf ro…

Anyone know how to stitch silk fabric without getting the little ruffles?

Anonymous 10246

>>10214
Use a smaller needle and a shorter stitch length!

Anonymous 10255

>>10246
Thanks, I'll try that

Anonymous 10256

39515273-frustrate…

>>10241
I'm in the same boat. Used to hand sew a lot for simple things or to mend pants. I'm trying to learn to sew but it's so daunting. There are so many things to know, like what types of stich to use with a certain types of fabric and things like that. There's all these trade secrets and as a newbie trying to break into the sewing world without any help it's quite overwhelming trying to learn it on my own. Guess I should just try to find a good YouTuber.

Anonymous 10273

>>10246
Wouldn't a longer stitch length be better?

Anonymous 10288

Bump

Anonymous 10290

I can hand sew but I really want a machine.
Advice for finding a good machine or any recs? Budget can be anything but ideally as low as possible

Anonymous 10485

>>10482
Thanks anon, this is helpful.

Anonymous 11253

>>10482
Also a tip for finding cheaper fabric is to look in thrift stores, sometimes you can get really lucky and find oodles of fabric for like 10$. Happened to me but I still don't know what to do with the fabric :/ It has a lovely floral pattern but I don't really know what it could do well as.



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