I Didn’t Buy Fabric For An Entire Year – What’s the 2019 Challenge? | SEWING REPORT



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Sharing my thoughts on going an entire year without buying fabric, plus announcing what I’ll be doing as a personal challenge for 2019 and why not throw in two unboxings?
#sewingwithpurpose is the message I want to spread, making things with intention and practicality.

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Find My Sewing Pattern: Your sewing detective



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A new video series where we scour our sewing pattern database to pair patterns to ready to wear looks you lust after!
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What Is That Vintage Sewing Machine Worth? BOLO



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Hi,
My tip for the week is about vintage sewing machines. I love sewing machines (maybe a little too much) but I love selling them even more.
I’ll give you tips on how to wade through all those singers and sears sewing machines you see at the thrift stores and buy the ones that are worth money.
I did forget to mention to never buy a machine without the pedal, they are almost worthless without them.
Thanks for watching,
Colleen

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Sewing Machine Problems: Thread Bunching On Underside Of Fabric & Unjamming



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In this video we’ll show a common issue of missing the take up lever while threading a sewing machine. From there, we’ll show you how to remove a front-loading hook and unjam the thread.

T=Top
B=Bottom

A couple tips to keep in mind:

Always turn the handwheel towards you. At 2:25 we do this to insure the hook is re-installed properly.

Always try to sink your needle before sewing (Unless your stitch has already been started.)

We’ll be showing how to clean/oil a machine like this in an upcoming video, we know it’s dirty 🙂

This machine is working great, we’re not sure why it looks as though the display is flickering (Must be something with our camera.)

We don’t recommend jamming your machine on purpose.

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CONVERT A HALTER DRESS INTO A FORMAL SKIRT, BEGINNER SEWING PROJECT



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CCONVERT A HALTER DRESS INTO A FORMAL SKIRT

IT’S SEW TIME EP. 7 DIY FORMAL SKIRT
HOW TO ADD A WAISTBAND ON A SKIRT

Hello Crafty Fans, today I will show you how to make a Formal Skirt, Maxi Skirt or Floor Length Skirt using an old Prom Dress that I found at the thrift store for $3. In this video I will show you how to attach a waistband on to a skirt like a pro! This video is a collaboration with a fellow sewing blogger MSJennybee18 and it is also my 100th sewing video tutorial, now that’s a lot of sewing tutorials and sewing ideas especially for beginners in sewing! I hope you will find this video helpful. Likes, Subscribe and Share this video it will just boost my craftiness and motivates me to do more tutorials for you
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Similar Lace Top
Similar Necklace
Shoes
Vintage CHANEL BAG

Where to buy Satin Fabric

My sewing Machine
Juki Sewing Machine
Brother 1034D
Sewing Machine Feet 32 pcs. Set

French Curve Ruler
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Adjustable Dress Form (Mine was in gray color)

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1960’s Sewing ~ Patterns ~ Magazines ~ Garments (oh my!)



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Patterns Featured:

{All 1960’s vintage}

McCall’s 8506 (kimono sleeve caftan)
McCall’s 2220 (border print column dress)
McCall’s 5495 (top I am wearing)
McCall’s 7192 (drop waist summer dress)
McCall’s 7238 (slimline straight dress)

HOW TO TAKE IN VINTAGE SKIRTS, Sewing Project for Beginners



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Where to buy Vintage skirts?

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2 Mock Neck Shirt
Shoes
Necklace

3 Mock Neck Shirt
Vintage Brooch
Shoes

4 Sweater (Similar)
Necklace
Shoes

Where I buy fabrics
Free shipping on orders $49.99 or more

My sewing Machine
Juki Sewing Machine
Brother 1034D
French Curve Ruler
Where I buy my velvet Fabrics
Dress Form
Adjustable Dress Form (Mine was in gray color)

Head to my blog

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Sony Mirrorless Camera Interchangeable Lens

My camera
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Shu-Haul Storage unit locker auctions vintage sewing machine and vinyl records



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Vintage singer sewing machine and lots of 7 inch 45 vinyl records boots and military clothing and a little thrift shopping

Sewing a Retro Dress: Butterick 6018



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Sewing Tutorial: How to Sew a Buttonhole using Brother Luminaire



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Here is a quick sewing tutorial on how to sew a buttonhole using the new buttonhole foot on the Brother Luminaire. This new button hole foot will allow you to sew buttons on knits and lightweight fabrics and the buttonholes will turn out beautifully!

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How to Sew a Peasant Dress | GIRLS DRESS SEWING TUTORIAL



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This simple fall peasant dress for girls is a simple sewing pattern for beginners. The step by step video tutorial walks you through the entire process with measurements for size 12 months up to girls 10/12.

Get all the pattern measurements and written instructions here:

My other sewing tutorials:
Girls Bow in the Back Summer Dress-
Pajamas from Vintage Sheets-
Pinafore Apron for Girls-
How to Make a Tank Top-

The full Farmhouse on Boone sewing playlist-

The peasant dress
When I first started sewing dresses for my little girls, my favorite style was (and probably still is!) the peasant dress. It is by far the easiest dress to sew, and perfect for beginners. It is also sooo customizable! Once you get comfortable sewing the basic peasant dress, you can start adding layers of ruffles, aprons, different prints in the bodice, ties.

There is endless opportunities for creativity!

You can make the sleeves, long short or 3/4. You can even add ruffles to the sleeve. You can crop the dress and make it a peasant top.

They are perfect for all ages and sizes. Kids can wear them for many years, because the loose shape and elastic allow for growth.

I even once made myself a peasant style top using the exact same principles!

For this tutorial today, I’m going to give you the measurements you need to sew a 3/4 sleeve length peasant style dress, with an elastic waistband and the option for one ruffle at the bottom. Once you get good at sewing this basic style, I encourage you to run wild with customizations.

Supplies Needed for the Simple Fall Peasant Dress for Girls
3/8″ elastic for the neck 

1″ non-roll elastic for the waist

Fabric- 2 yards cotton or linen work great. Avoid stretchy knits.

Coordinating thread

Cut out the pattern pieces
Cut out the main dress pieces (2), sleeves (2), waist tie (1), neck elastic, waist elastic and optional ruffle pieces (2) from the cut list below. (If you decide to add the ruffle, notice that the cut directions call for you to decrease the main dress piece by two inches for the smaller sizes and three inches for the larger size.)
With a small piece of paper or scrap fabric, but a rectangle 2″ by 4″ for sizes 12 months through 4T and 2″ by 5″ for 5T through 10/12. Now draw curved line to round off one edge of the piece. (Refer to the photo below.) This will be your pattern piece to create arm hole areas on the bodice.
To create the armholes from the paper pattern you just created, fold one main dress piece in half with right sides together. Line up your little patter piece with the outside and top edges of the bodice. Cut around the pattern piece. Repeat for the other main dress piece and the two sleeve pieces.

Sew the peasant dress together
Line up one sleeve piece with one main dress piece along the armholes, with right sides together. Sew around the curved armhole with a narrow 1/4″ seam. Repeat with the other sleeve piece along that same main dress piece. (Refer to the video if this is confusing.)
Now that the sleeve pieces are sewn onto one of the main dress pieces, it is time to bring in the other main dress piece. Line up one sleeve with the other main dress piece along the armhole, with right sides together. Sew along the curved sleeve with a 1/4″ seam. Repeat with the other sleeve, so that the four pieces (the two main pieces and the two sleeve pieces) are attached in a circular fashion.
Fold the dress in half with right sides together, so that the bottom raw edges of the two main pieces are lined up. With the front main piece and back main piece lined up at the armpit, pin from the bottom of the hem all the up around the armpit and to the bottom of the sleeve. Repeat with the other side of the dress.
Sew the up the side seam and down the inside of the sleeve with a 1/2″ seam. Repeat with the other side.
Finish off the raw edges inside with a serger or tight zigzag stitch.

Get the rest of the article and all the pattern measurements and written instructions here:

How to find the right and wrong side of fabric? With lots of examples! Learn Sewing Terminology



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Struggling to find out how to find the right and wrong side of the fabric? Which is the right side of the fabric to use? I’m going to explain if you can use both sides of fabric in sewing, many ways how to tell the right side of fabric and give you lots of examples!

Watch the whole playlist of sewing terminology here

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Weekly Sewing Vlog : 1840’s Dresses Galore!



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About me:

My name is Angela Clayton, I’m a twenty year old designer and seamstress who is currently living on Long Island, in NY.

I’ve been sewing for five years and focused on period costumes and original designs for the last three. I make costumes for fun and to expand my skill set so I can hopefully get a job in the industry someday.

Check out my FAQ linked above to hear more about me, and any of the other sites to see more of my work!

I can be contacted with inquires about paid work via the email above.

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My patterns (go buy them!):

My sewing machines include: Singer Heavy Duty 4423, Singer Industrial 191D-20, Singer 15-30

Meet my sewing machines video! :

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My reference books:

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Tutorials (features actual sewing):

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Documentary Films: History of the Sewing Machine



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Documentary Films: History of the Sewing Machine

Sewing machines are one of the great inventions credited with transforming the economies of global societies. In 1851 that Isaac Merritt Singer, after studying a poorly working example, spent $40 and 11 days to develop a practical sewing machine that used an up and down mechanism. The first Singer sewing machine was introduced for sale across the United States that same year and the company became the primary manufacturer and seller of sewing machines within two years.

Initially, sewing machines were manufactured for garment factory production lines. The industrial sewing machines are generally designed to perform a specific sewing function such as embroidery or sewing straight stitches. Machines with different functions are used to complete clothing items in a production line.

Marketing sewing machines to individuals didn’t begin until 1889, allowing for women to have the means to create clothing for their family without the labor-intensive hand stitching. The domestic sewing machine used in the home is manufactured to perform many tasks from sewing straight or zigzag stitches and the creation of buttonholes, as well as stitching buttons on to the piece of clothing.

Sewing machines have been mass produced worldwide for more than two-hundred years. As a result, the wide variety of styles and manufacturers make antique sewing machines a favorite collectible. Some of the most favorite antique machines include working miniatures that were salesmen’s samples that doubled as child’s sewing machines specifically for use by young girls, since they were expected to learn how to sew.

All modern sewing machines run on electricity, while their predecessors were powered by a hand crank or a foot pedal operation known as a treadle. All sewing machines feature mechanical parts, however today a sewing machine that is not computerized, is referred to as a mechanical sewing machine. Electronic sewing machines sew faster and smoother while giving a better stitch. Computerized sewing machines are able to perform many standard functions for the home seamstress more efficiently and make embroidering a simple task. The price for basic, mechanical sewing machines for the home starts at $70; added features push prices up to $1,200. Computerized sewing machine pricing can start around $400 for the home machines, with top of the line models running as high as $5,000.

Most sewing machines are well built and will last for many years with only a few parts needing replacement. A great number of antique sewing machines are still in operation, but parts can be hard to find if the company is no longer in business. Typically, the manufacturer is the best location for sewing machine parts, but there are also many companies specializing in sewing machine part replacements.

For more than two centuries, innovators have been sewing themselves into the fabric of our world’s economy by answering the creativity needs of the home seamstress and major designers. The human need for textiles and continued economic gain ensures that the sewing machine will continue to evolve.

1940’s Afternoon Dress : Sewing Through the Decades



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Not my favorite dress, but definitely my favorite decade for fashion! I enjoyed this playful attempt at a house dress, and can’t wait to share the more structured pieces I’ve made for this decade in another video!

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Pattern was purchased from DRCRosePatterns

Brooch was purchased from a little shop in Rhineback

Buttons from reginasstudio on etsy

Fabric from the 1930’s range at Jo-anns

The lace appliques were a gift

Leaf lace trim from Daytona Trims in NYC

Belt from rpvintageclothing on etsy

Shoes are the Hansel from Bait footwear

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If you are interested in seeing more of my work or contacting me, I’ll leave links to my various sites below!

Instagram:
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About me:

My name is Angela Clayton, I’m a twenty year old designer and seamstress who is currently living on Long Island, in NY.

I’ve been sewing for five years and focused on period costumes and original designs for the last three. I make costumes for fun and to expand my skill set so I can hopefully get a job in the industry someday.

Check out my FAQ linked above to hear more about me, and any of the other sites to see more of my work!

I can be contacted with inquires about paid work via the email above.

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My patterns (go buy them!):

My sewing machines include: Singer Heavy Duty 4423, Singer Industrial 191D-20, Singer 15-30

Meet my sewing machines video! :

My dress form is a 10-12 display form from buystoreshelving.com

My reference books:

How I do my hair! :

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Tutorials (features actual sewing):

Making of Videos (features actual sewing):

Progress Log Playlist:

Project Vlogs:

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Music:

Luminous Rain Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Making an Outlander Inspired Dress



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Original design by Terry Dresbach, look at all these gorgeous pictures of the original!!!

The sell proper tartan fabrics here if you want to make a better replica than me:

The fabric & assorted notions I used are from Jo-anns
Braided trim from Daytona Trims
Lining from Fabric Mart
Boning from here:
Cap was made by me
Shoes are the Fraser from American Duchess

Videos that show skirt closures in action:

The pattern was originally from this book (this is an affiliate link):

Then in turned into this:

And this.

Before being altered for this piece!

I’d also recommended the American Duchess Guide to 18th Century Dressmaking (this is an affiliate link)

It is written with working on a model in mind, but is really good about explaining historical techniques that aren’t clear in other books.

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If you are interested in seeing more of my work or contacting me, I’ll leave links to my various sites below!

Instagram:

FAQ:

Blog: https:

Portfolio:

Email: [email protected] [serious inquires only please!]

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About me:

My name is Angela Clayton, I’m a twenty year old designer and seamstress who is currently living on Long Island, in NY.

I’ve been sewing for five years and focused on period costumes and original designs for the last three. I make costumes for fun and to expand my skill set so I can hopefully get a job in the industry someday.

Check out my FAQ linked above to hear more about me, and any of the other sites to see more of my work!

I can be contacted with inquires about paid work via the email above.

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My patterns (go buy them!):

My sewing machines include: Singer Heavy Duty 4423, Singer Industrial 191D-20, Singer 15-30

Meet my sewing machines video! :

My dress form is a 10-12 display form from buystoreshelving.com

My reference books:

How I do my hair! :

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Tutorials (features actual sewing):

Making of Videos (features actual sewing):

Progress Log Playlist:

Project Vlogs:

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Music credit: Achaidh Cheide Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Following a 1930’s Dress Pattern : Sewing through the Decades



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Back to a decade I actually like! Though looking back on this project there are some things I want to change – so keep an eye out later this week for an update on this dress!

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Sewing through the Decades playlist:

Pattern was purchased from Moongemini on etsy

Fabric was from FabricMartFabrics

The hat was from a local antique shop

Girdle was from xoDaggersAndDames on etsy

Nailpolish is “Sunflowers” from Illimite

Shoes (this is an affiliate link):

“The art of manipulating fabric by Colette Wolff” (this is an affiliate link):

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If you are interested in seeing more of my work or contacting me, I’ll leave links to my various sites below!

Instagram:

FAQ:

Blog: https:

Portfolio:

Email: [email protected] [serious inquires only please!]

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If you are feeling generous, you can help support the channel!

Get early access to content, and access to exclusive content:

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Youtube likes to mark my videos as ‘not suitable for all advertisers’ because its algorithm is broken. Ad revenue doesn’t cover material costs for most projects featured in videos; much less a wage for the time spent filming and editing.

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About me:

My name is Angela Clayton, I’m a twenty year old designer and seamstress who is currently living on Long Island, in NY.

I’ve been sewing for five years and focused on period costumes and original designs for the last three. I make costumes for fun and to expand my skill set so I can hopefully get a job in the industry someday.

Check out my FAQ linked above to hear more about me, and any of the other sites to see more of my work!

I can be contacted with inquires about paid work via the email above.

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My patterns (go buy them!):

My sewing machines include: Singer Heavy Duty 4423, Singer Industrial 191D-20, Singer 15-30

Meet my sewing machines video! :

My dress form is a 10-12 display form from buystoreshelving.com

My reference books:

How I do my hair! :

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Tutorials (features actual sewing):

Making of Videos (features actual sewing):

Progress Log Playlist:

Project Vlogs:

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Music:

Comfortable Mystery Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

A Floral Autumn Dress : Sewing Vlog



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Is it ugly? Is it cute? It’s a mystery!

The fabric is by Kaffe Fassett, I ordered it from and used 4.5 yards. I believe the design is called Baroque floral (no wonder I love it!)

The pattern was self drafted

These are the shoes:

The hat and belt were vintage (belt from ebay, hat from paper doll vintage)

I got the button forms from here:

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About me:

My name is Angela Clayton, I’m a twenty year old designer and seamstress who is currently living on Long Island, in NY.

I’ve been sewing for five years and focused on period costumes and original designs for the last three. I make costumes for fun and to expand my skill set so I can hopefully get a job in the industry someday.

Check out my FAQ linked above to hear more about me, and any of the other sites to see more of my work!

I can be contacted with inquires about paid work via the email above.

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My patterns (go buy them!):

My sewing machines include: Singer Heavy Duty 4423, Singer Industrial 191D-20, Singer 15-30

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5 GOOD Sewing Habits You Need! And All Beginner Sewers Should Develop!



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I’ve narrowed down the top 5 GOOD sewing habits that I think will help improve your workflow and make sewing much more enjoyable, especially for the beginner sewer! You want to get in early with making good habits, we all know it is much harder to break a bad sewing habit!

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Hi! I’m Evelyn Wood, and I am a vintage fashion designer, dressmaker and sewing instructor.

I have been making clothes all my life!

My love is vintage fashion!

I help ‘dressmakers in the making’ ( ie new sewers) to learn how to sew and make their own clothes!

So if you’re into sewing and vintage/retro style, this might just be THE place for you!

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Are you a new sewer??

You might like to enroll in my
5-day Crash Course to Learn to Sew

You will learn all about your machine what everything is and how to use it, how to sew fabric and even make your first project, a 1920’s inspired bag!

Enroll now at www.evelynwood.com.au

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