I can’t believe it has been five years since I made this video. I made the entire video up on the spot in one take. I have come a long ways with my sewing skills. It feels good to look back from time to time to see my growth and progress. Watch this throwback video and let me know what you think.
Cutting out sewing’s patterns correctly can save you time and energy. In this week’s sewing video, I explain the best way to cut out your sewing patterns. Watch this sewing tip and let me know what you think.
Do you get overwhelm when you shop for sewing patterns? Do you need help understanding how to lay out the pattern pieces? If so, watch this week sewing tip entitled,” How To Read A Sewing Pattern. In this video, I explain step by step how to read a sewing pattern. Whether you are new sewing or have years of experience, check out this sewing video and let me know what you think.
Very soon I will be posting some new sewing workshops that will feature some great summer wardrobe essentials. Do you need the perfect Maxi dress to add to your collection? What about a great pair of lightweight pants that will go with just about everything in your closet.I plan to help you rebuild your summer wardrobe with 6 simple items. Can you guess what they are.
Post your suggestions on this blog post and you may win a great prize.
Thank you so much for supporting D.Gulley Designs.com. This week, I would like to share a simple, sewing tip with you entitled,” How To Select The Right Sewing Pattern.”
Currently, I teach sewing classes at Jo Ann’s Fabric store. In my beginning sewing classes, my students often ask me what are some good patterns or easy projects to make for beginner sewers. Over the years, I have found that it is best to start with a simple sewing project like a pillowcase or apron until you build up your sewing skills. Once you masted the basics, then you can move on to more advance projects.
Please check out this week’s sewing tip. Let me know what you think. Do you agree or disagree with my advice? I can’t wait to hear your feedback. Feel free to post your comments on this blog post, on my Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest accounts. Also, share this video by posting a link to my website or by posting the actual video on your social media sites. Thank You