I love sewing with my serger. It's fast and the finish looks so professional. But when things go wrong, it can be difficult to know where to start serger troubleshooting. Here's what to check when things go wrong with your serger:
Halloween is looking to be different this year, but that's a great excuse to create some Halloween decorations for your home. Here are the best bat sewing patterns, from spooky-scary to spooky-cute!
Thank you for visiting Threadistry. I love that there are so many out there that love to sew. Today, I'm sharing a little about me (Hi, I'm Narelle!) and my sewing journey.
Learn how to sew a simple reversible placemat with this step-by-step sewing tutorial. It's a super quick and easy first project for beginners. You'll have a set whipped up for your dinner table in no time!
So you've just bought your first sewing machine (or have decided to pull that one out of the closet that you've had for years). You head to the local fabric store, and there are shelves overflowing with tools and gadgets. What supplies do you really need to start sewing? Here is the essential list of sewing supplies for beginners.
Whether you're looking for an undershirt or a singlet for working out (and showing off those guns!), here are the best men's tank top sewing patterns.
After you've cut out your sewing patterns, the next step is to transfer the pattern markings. This is an important step in making sure your sewing project comes together perfectly. Let's find out all about fabric marking tools!
While sewing pins have been around for hundreds of years, there's a new kid on the block - sewing clips. With every change, there is a debate of whether out-school is best or is the new thing an improvement. Sewing clips vs pins - which is better? When should you use clips? When should you use pins? Here's everything you need to know about sewing clips: