What Is Fleece? Fabric Guide, Uses and Care

Learn about what is fleece. If you haven’t heard of the term fleece in regards to fabric, you’re one of many. Yet, chances are you have seen and handled it before, you just weren’t paying close attention. In this article, you will learn what is fleece, how it is made, what it is used for, … Read more

French Knot Stitch – Embroidery in 4 Easy Steps

Getting tied up in knots is NOT what you want to do as you learn this very useful embroidery called the French knot stitch. The French knot stitch can look rather challenging, but like everything in life, following simple instructions and practicing will always give you the perfect result. PinFrench Knot Stitch, How to Do … Read more

Couching Stitch – Easy Embroidery Step by Step

Learn couching stitch embroidery. This is the opportunity you have been waiting for. A legitimate reason to sit back and put your feet up and be couching. Not as the regular couch potato, but as a very industrious sewer using the technique of couching to create some beautiful embroidery. PinCouching Stitch Embroidery Tutorial Couching Stitch … Read more

How to Make a Tulle Skirt

Well, hello there again! It’s Brittany from Sew Very Lovely bringing you another tutorial that will work for all ages, sizes, and for any season. Today we’re going to dive into how to make a tulle skirt. Tulle skirts were on the rise in the early 2010s mainly due to Carrie Bradshaw fanship and, of … Read more

Stitch Length – Best, Standard & How to Adjust

Stitch length – the short, long, and in-between lengths of stitches, is a very important part of the machine sewing process. Most sewing machines have a stitch regulator and the stitch length is commonly measured in millimeters. Basic knowledge about how the stitch length can vary, and understanding the way these small measurements affect your … Read more

SEWING SAFETY – Tips for Beginners to Stay Safe

Following a few sewing safety tips is the best-kept secret to calm sewing experiences. The average sewer is handling some pretty dangerous utensils ranging from sharp cutters, pointed needles and pins, electric cables, and hot irons. Suddenly sewing takes on a whole new dangerous turn and it is time to think about some important sewing … Read more