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05Oct

Elements of a Shirt Part 3: Cuffs

Follow along in Part 3 of our Elements Of A Shirt series as Myles shows how to sew a two-piece cuff.

 

05Oct

Elements of a Shirt Part 2: Collar

Follow along in Part 2 of our Elements Of A Shirt series as Myles shows how to sew a two-piece collar.

 

05Oct

Elements Of A Shirt Part 1: Yoke

 
Follow along in Part 1 of our Elements Of A Shirt series as Myles shows how to sew a shirt yoke.
 
Sewing a shirt can be intimidating. But we're here to show you that it's achievable if you have the right knowledge and if you take it step by step.
 
05Oct

How to Apply Double-Fold Bias Tape

Double-fold bias tape has many applications, and it's easy to install. 

 

05Oct

How to Apply Single-Fold Bias Tape

Learn how to properly sew single-fold bias tape around an armhole.

05Oct

How to Create a Fusible Applique

Use fusible web and fabric to create an applique.

 

05Oct

How to Insert an Invisible Zipper

Install the perfect invisible zipper from start to finish.
 
Inserting an invisible zipper is a technique many sewers try to stay away from. But we hope once you watch this video, you'll have more confidence and you'll trying sewing in an invisible zipper. Please note, for demonstration purposes, we used contrast thread and a contrast zipper. For your project, you will want to use thread and a zipper that matches your fabric.
 
02Oct

5 Irresistible Felt Costume Ideas for Little Ones!

“Mommy, can you make me a fortune teller?”

“Daddy, help me make a pirate costume!”

25Sep

Embellishing Brocades Part 2: Creating 3D Appliques - TWO METHODS!

With so many gorgeous brocades in our stores, we thought it would be fun to share some ideas how to work with them.  While beautiful on their own they can become even more interesting and multi-dimensional in just a few steps!
 
Creating 3D Appliqués METHOD 1:  Raw edge appliqué
 
Step 1:  Layering your fabrics
25Sep

Embellishing Brocades Part 1: Create a "Window" in your Fabric

With so many gorgeous brocades in our stores, we thought it would be fun to share some ideas how to work with them.  While beautiful on their own, they can become even more interesting and multi-dimensional in just a few steps!
 
Creating a “window” in your brocade
 
Step 1:  Layering    
26Jul

Fabricana Home New Arrivals

Fabricana Home receives new fabrics all year long, and this week is no exception.  Whether you’re looking for something fresh and upbeat, or for pure elegance, we’ve got you covered!