Lace Dress – McCall’s Pattern 6695

Welcome to Professor Pincushion. In this tutorial, we are going to be making McCall’s 6695. We are going to be focusing on view A which is this dress in this picture, but if you decide to do view B, you can also follow along most of the steps with us. The first thing that you […]

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How To Bantu Knot Out “Natural Hair” Style

How To Bantu Knot Out “Natural Hair” Style

[Music from The Nutcracker] Hey Guys! Here’s one of the styles you asked for in my Length Check Video! I was inspired after watching Taren916’s video, which I’ll post a link to in the description box! Begin by making a part wherever you’d like on your head. Now I’m going to part my sections large […]

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6 Must-Know Survival Knots

6 Must-Know Survival Knots

Hey guys, I’m Nate welcome back to the studio today we’re going to be taking a look at something that while fairly basic is also extremely useful We’re going to show you how to tie six of the most useful knots that I know and what they’re good for For tying knots all you’re gonna […]

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How to Repair Chiffon

How to Repair Chiffon

This tutorial will be about repairing chiffon. Chiffon is a tricky fabric to repair and getting an invisible repair is usually not possible. These repairs are more about controlling the damage rather than making the damage disappear. Whether the damage is a fabric tear or a hole, chiffon is a difficult fabric. Why? It’s very […]

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How to Make a Tassel out of Craft Thread | Sophie’s World

How to Make a Tassel out of Craft Thread | Sophie’s World

hi I’m Sophie and welcome to my world today I have a fun little project for you it’s a tassel I’m gonna teach you how to make one out of embroidery floss right now for this project you’ll need cardboard an exacto knife embroidery floss or craft thread scissors now in this case I’m using […]

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How to Sew Lattice Smocking

How to Sew Lattice Smocking

Lattice smocking is a type of fabric manipulation where your hand sewing folds on the back of your fabric to create a beautiful design on the front. This tutorial will show you how it’s done. This technique requires a lot of prep work, plus you’ll need a ruler and fabric marker or chalk. I’ll be […]

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How to Cut and Sew on the Bias

How to Cut and Sew on the Bias

In couture sewing, elegant garments are bias cut. It’s used on gowns, lingerie and even things like neckties. This tutorial will break it down on what this means and offer some tips if you want to try it yourself. What does working on the bias mean? On fabric, you have straight grain and cross grain […]

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