SEWING

Hand sewing is an art form that is over 20,000 years old. The first sewing needles were made of bones or animal horns and the first thread was made of animal sinew. Iron needles were invented in the 14th century. The first eyed needles appeared in the 15th century.

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Sewing and Design Historical Information

Brief History of the Sewing Machine

Historical Information For Sewing Machine Collectors

The History of Women's Fashion

The History of Butterick Sewing Patterns

The History of the Thimble

All About Your Sewing Machine

Sewing Machine Purchasing Questions and Answers

How A Sewing Machine Works

How To Repair a Sewing Machine

Sewing Machine Parts & Accessories (Glossary)

Sewing Machine Needles Information Page

Sewing Learn How To Do It Yourself

Online Beginners Sewing Manual

How To Pick A Pattern For Your Shape

How To Sew On a Button

How To Thread a Needle

How To Make A Centered Zipper

How To Make A Duck Tape Dressmakers Form

Sewing For The Bride
Sewing Downloads

Wild Things Software For Making Hats,Bags Free

Sewing For Baby Free Patterns

3 Baby Bib Sewing Patterns

Baby Booties 3 Seam

Burping Cloth Pattern To Sew

Cotton Caps For Babies to Sew

Diaper Bag/Purse Pattern

Jacket For Baby To Sew Pattern

Sew Your Own Baby Sling

Sleeper Pattern To Sew

Sleep Sack Pattern

Free Clothing Patterns

Broomstick Skirt Pattern

Easy Sewing Projects

Make a Scrunchie Pattern

Sew A Cloth Laundry Bag

Home Decorating Sewing Projects

Men's Sewing Patterns

Sewing Patterns For Your Pets

How To Make A Sheepskin Cover For Your Dog's Bed

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In 1863, Ebeneezer Butterick changed the face of home sewing forever by creating the first graded sewing pattern.

Murpheys Law For Sewing

If you need 6 buttons, you will find 5 in your button box.

The seam you meant to rip out is invariably the other one.

When you are in a hurry, the needle eye is always too small.

The fabric you forgot to preshrink will always shrink the most.

The pattern you wanted to make again will have one key piece missing.

If you drop something out of your sewing basket, it will be in your

box of pins...with the cover off.

Whenever the construction process is going well, the bobbin threadruns out.

The cost of the goof is in direct proportion to the cost of the fabric.

Your lost needle will be found by your son, husband, or brother-in-law...while walking barefoot.


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