3 Things To Know Before Sewing With Lycra - SewsNBows
3 Things To Know Before sewing With Lycra : It's really not so scary! Choose the right pattern, tools, and fabric to make sewing spandex as easy as pie.
Sewing Seams that Look Like Flatlock | Sewaholic
I wanted to demonstrate how to make stretchy, professional seams on the Pacific Leggings. Use a sewing machine to sew flatlock effect seams, no special machine needed!
Coverstitch binder attachment tips & tricks
Is a coverstitch machine on your wish list? Or have you got one but are too scared to use it? Come and learn the basics plus some time-saving tips for coverstitch machines and those binder attachments!
How to Sew Hems by Machine - 12 Methods for Sewing Hems
Learn how to sew 12 different hems using your sewing machine. This articles has easy tips, tricks and how-to's that you can use to improve your sewing.
Top Activewear Sewing Tips - with Fehr Trade - The Foldline
Looking for knit and stretch fabric sewing tips? Read Fehr Trade's guide to sewing activewear patterns and sourcing sportswear supplies.
Craftsy.com | Express Your Creativity!
Swimsuits, dance costumes and activewear have one thing in common: the stretch factor. If you ever thought about sewing one of these garments, you know you need a material that moves with your body.
Active Wear - Yoga pants
I will admit to being a little excited last night when I went to bed, because I knew that on the morrow I would get to make yoga pants! Yeah! I certainly thought I would accomplish many other things as well, but what I am learning is that doing tutorials while sewing...really....really...really drags the process out. But let's begin..shall we? I find that a prayer is always a good way to start any project. I pray for patience, and due care. That having been said you want to lay your fabric…
Flatlock stitch: why you should know this sewing technique - Serger Pepper
Serger Pepper // Flatlocking made easy, using a domestic overlocker. Flatlock seams’ most noticeable quality is that they have almost no bulk. You can see them in stretch sportswear, where s.a. in the inside of the garment may hurt athlete’s skin. Learn how to set your machine and add this kind of seams to any of your creations, following this easy tutorial.
Sewing Lyrca / Spandex / Elastane | Sewing Parts Online
Three different names all meaning basically the same thing: super stretchy fabric mostly for tight fitting garments, such as in sports wear or under garments. However, you can use it for anytime you need some serious stretch and hold. Lycra is simply the “brand” name for spandex made by DuPont Textiles. In the United States, we commonly call it Spandex, but worldwide…
Sewing Seams that Look Like Flatlock (Sewaholic)
Hey, everyone! It’s great to see all the buzz and excitement about the Vancouver Collection. I’m thrilled that you like it! We’ve been super busy assembling the new patterns and shipping all of your o