Member since 7/9/10
Date: 9/6/10 8:41 PM
i am a beginner and find that the tutorials on youtube really speak my language. is there a series of tutes that you recommend? how about a particular person that posts good ones?
Member since 3/12/10
Date: 9/6/10 8:50 PM
i love Threads videos.
There is an entire series. check back on the videos :)
Go Sew Something
Member since 5/25/05
Date: 9/7/10 5:58 AM
I've just found the Missouri Star Quilt Co videos. They don't help me with my garment sewing but they do provide me with vicarious sewing/quilting delight!!
And also amuse me two young daughters!!
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Member since 11/23/09
Date: 9/7/10 2:57 PM
I just started a YouTube channel for the Sew Chicago group (neighborhood group of the American Sewing Guild). Here's a link to our first video.
Let me know if there's something in particular that you're interested in and I'll try to get a video made.
But, there's nothing like just taking fabric and putting foot to the pedal and sewing. Oh, and enjoying it!!
Member since 7/10/06
Skill: Advanced Beginner
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Date: 9/7/10 4:41 PM
I like all the tutorials that Otis Fashion College does - I have a link, but if you search on Youtube for Otis sewing you should be able to find them.
I've moved! Visit my new sewing blog at http://chiralcraft.wordpress.com
Do you sew from KnipMode? Join us at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/knipmode_english/
Member since 1/21/06
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Date: 4/5/13 1:08 PM
Angela Wolf has some nice videos here.
I especially enjoyed creating and sewing your own color blocked shirt. Also interesting to me was the use of a clapper with ALL types of fabric--showing what a difference it makes in the appearance of the seam.