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DIY Monster Book of Monsters Plush (Collab with sealemondiy) | @laurenfairwx

DIY Monster Book of Monsters Plush (Collab with sealemondiy) | @laurenfairwx

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I love Harry Potter! I have since I was a kid and when it comes to crafting, making plush toys is my favorite. So whenever I have the opportunity to combine the two, of course I’ll jump at it! Today, I’m going to show you guys how to make this super cute plush monster book […]

How To Shorten Cuffed Shirt Sleeves

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The sleeves on this dress shirt need to be shortened. They’re just too long. I mean the sleeves are ridiculously long, you can tell by how much it blouses over the cuff. And when I measure how much it blouses over the cuff, that’s my measurement that I need to take off the sleeve. It […]

How To Copy A Pair Of Pants

How To Copy A Pair Of Pants

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I need to copy this pair of white jeans, make a pattern from it, and then sew up a super stylish lime-green faux suede pair of pants from that new pattern. How am I going to do that? I’ll show you how! My client got this really nice lime-green faux suede and like I said […]

Fitted Jeans Waist-No More Gap in Back!  How To Take In Waist

Fitted Jeans Waist-No More Gap in Back! How To Take In Waist

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What happens when you get a great-looking pair of jeans that fits well everywhere except the waist? What is with that gap in back that every once in a while we encounter with a brand-new pair of jeans? I mean, we’re interested in shape when it comes to our jeans. We do everything we can […]

Sewing an 18th Century Gown – Recreating the Isabella MacTavish Fraser Wedding Gown Documentary

Sewing an 18th Century Gown – Recreating the Isabella MacTavish Fraser Wedding Gown Documentary

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a simple tartan gown a wedding from long long ago a family’s history passed down from generation to generation the Isabella MacTavish wedding gown is an iconic piece of Scottish history and today we’ll explore its origins the woman and family it belonged to its significance in Scottish and dress history as well as its […]

A Cosy Victorian-Inspired Sewing Workroom || Tour

A Cosy Victorian-Inspired Sewing Workroom || Tour

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DIY Book Cloth for Bookbinding | Sea Lemon

DIY Book Cloth for Bookbinding | Sea Lemon

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Book cloth is fabric that is backed with a surface which makes it easier to adhere to book covers. Not every type of material needs this backing, but most thin or cotton fabrics do. If you search “book cloth” you can find it for sale online or in some specialty stores. Or you can make […]

Sewing from a Retro Pattern Book (with no instructions)

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(upbeat music) – [Annika] A little content warning for this video, We’ll be discussing body size and measurements quite in depth in this video. So if you find that difficult to listen to, then you can skip the part of the video with the timestamps listed now on the screen. This video is supported in […]

How To Take In Or Let Out Men’s Dress Pants At The Waist

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Let’s take in this men’s pair of pants. Whether you’re taking a pair of pants in or letting them out, the same method applies. Today I’ll be demonstrating taking in this pair of pants 1 inch total. That means back here at the waistband, I’ll be taking in one-half inch on each side of the […]

DIY Hardcover Book | Case Bookbinding Tutorial | Sea Lemon

DIY Hardcover Book | Case Bookbinding Tutorial | Sea Lemon

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Case binding is a common type of hardcover for books. The pages are arranged in signatures and glued together in a text block. Then the text block is glued to the cover. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to case bind a hardcover book. Here’s a list of materials and tools I’ll be using. […]