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San Diego Neckline Tips

San Diego Neckline Tips

The San Diego pattern has a very unique way of making the facing and collar. The process isn't difficult but requires precise stitching to get a clean, sharp look. We have made a lot of San Diego samples and have found, through trial and error, several tricks for more accurate stitching. To help you make your best San Diego, we have put together a little tutorial on sewing the neckline, complete with tips that we have found make the process easier. Enjoy!

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Cyber Monday Sale!

Cyber Monday Sale!
Did you know that we have a great selection of digital patterns? These styles are easy to make and even easier to wear. Whether you need a classic eTee or light eJacket, we have you covered. Our digital patterns also include a few reissues of Sewing Workshop favorites like the Era Jacket, Fuji Mt. Top and Peony Vest. Plus, if you are thin...
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Sewing with Velvet

Sewing with Velvet
​Velvet is the ultimate luxury fabric. For many, the deep, rich qualities of velvet bring to mind everything from sumptuous royal gowns to memories of special occasion holiday dresses worn as a child. As this holiday season approaches – and the holiday party invitations start trickling in – I have found myself thinking of creating new vel...
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An Unexpected & Essential Sewing Tool

An Unexpected & Essential Sewing Tool
Sometimes the simplest tools can be the best. Take the humble tweezer. Sure, it has been stereotyped as a bathroom-only apparatus used only for splinters and the stray eyebrow hair. But the tweezer is more than that, it is an apparatus that can be used in the most delicate of sewing situations. For instance, have you ever had the dre...
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Sewing with Faux Fashion Leather

Sewing with Faux Fashion Leather
Fall fashion trends come and go, but few have the staying power of leather. The leather motorcycle jacket became a classic look the instant Marlon Brando roared into movie theaters on his motorcycle in The Wild One in 1953. Nothing says sleek, sexy – and rebellious – like leather. Whether you are wearing a full jacket or just a pop of lea...
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