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How To Accessorize A Boring Office Attire

Accessorizing Appropriately For A Corporate Office

Surely, you don't want to be that woman in black suit every single day. Your fashion forward self just could not deal with such repetition and simplicity, right? One of the easiest ways to spice up these corporate suits is too apparently add some accessories. It is also a good way to add some variety to your limited corporate attired. But, unlike our party or casual clothes, there are more considerations to be observed when it comes to office attire. Unfortunately, not all women know about thes...

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Steal-Worthy Sewing Tips for Beginners of the Craft

Steal-Worthy Sewing Tips for Beginners

  • January 27, 2016
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Let's face it, probably almost all of us have things to work and learn about sewing. That's why I have here some tips, techniques and some sort of important matters about sewing for those who are just getting started like basic steps in operating the sewing machine. These tips could be helpful for beginners because it can serve as a guide for them. Make sure you also secure your manuals for better learning and understanding. Let's get started. I assume some of us already have an idea on how to ...

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Storage Tips To Preserve Gowns Longer

The Proper Way to Store Gowns

Gowns are one of the most precious pieces of cloth that a girl can own. As a matter of fact, not everyone is able to conveniently buy and own a gown. So, if you are one of the lucky ones who have finally invested on a gown for a special event, it's important to know the perfect tricks to store it, in order to preserve its fabric and overall beauty. For a long time, many of us have only relied on plastic sheaths thinking they can be enough cover-up for the gown. However, these plastic storage c...

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4 Useful Tips When Working with Trick Fabrics

4 Useful Tips When Working with Trick Fabrics

  • January 15, 2016
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  • Dresses, Sewing Tips, Sewing Fabrics

Sewing with lace, leather and even slippery stuff such neoprene or rubber can be a challenge. In fact, there are various fabulous designers, like Susan Goodwin, who love working with this sort of stuff. They have even made a career designing sportswear, and home sewing patterns specifically for these fabrics. Tricky fabrics, or as what others would call them “the fun fabrics,” are an exceptional addition to your sewing skills. You can think of lace, neoprene (or scuba), leather, anyt...

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6 Basic Sewing Tools that Every Sewist Must Have

6 Basic Sewing Tools that Every Sewist Must Have

Were you able to receive a new sewing machine as a gift for the recent holiday season? Well, you might even be wondering what exactly you need to get started creating sewing magic with your new stuff, right? Either way, you certainly would love to learn more about sewing; that way you can improve the quality of your projects while getting more enjoyment in the middle of the process. For sure, any of the aforementioned applies to you, so this article is something that you must read. And in no tim...

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Fashion Trends from the Golden Globes 2016

Sewing Ideas from the Golden Globes 2015 Trends

While the rest of the cyberspace were raving about the wins and the snobs during this week’s Golden Globes, our eyes were all on the trends that the big stars wore to the red carpet and even during the after-parties that they attended to. Aside from the fashion shows that basically run at the end of the year, there’s no doubt about how this awards season from setting the fashion trend from this month forth. So, what are the recurring trends from this year’s Golden Globes? We took a look! ...

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How to Choose the Perfect Thread for Sewing Project

How to Choose the Perfect Thread for Your Sewing Project

  • January 12, 2016
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We all know that the thread type is chosen for its compatibility with the fabric’s structure and fiber content, as well as the type of project being worked on. There are many types of threads – carpet thread, darning thread, embroidery thread, crochet thread, basting thread, and buttonhole twist as examples. This article will deal only with the threads that are primarily used with most projects done on a sewing machine. The following shows various types of sewing thread and their usage. ...

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4 Helpful Tips for Applying Zippers to Sewing Projects

4 Helpful Tips for Applying Zippers to Your Sewing Projects

  • December 22, 2015
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Having the know-how to apply all sorts of zippers is an essential skill that every sewer should learn and even master. Remember that a well-executed zipper insertion is the key to giving any project a clean, professional look. Otherwise, if done poorly, it results to a dead giveaway especially when the project is deemed homemade. As with any other sewing techniques, the secret is to understand the steps involved up front, including the things needed to do the proper preparation before the first ...

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5 Awesome Tips in Sewing Your Own Wedding Dress

Want to Sew Your Own Wedding Dress? Follow These 5 Awesome Tips

  • December 11, 2015
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Are you about to tie the knot in the near future? If so, you’ve probably thought about whether to sew your own wedding gown or buy one. Well, if you’ve pondered this and read some dismal reports from others online who journeyed into the land of bridal sewing with poor results, don’t worry. This article will make you calm knowing that the experience can actually be positive and, above all, can result in a beautiful gown that’s uniquely you. Give Yourself a Good Amount of Time (Picture fro...

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Sewing Ideas For December 2015 - Get Inspiration Here

Sewing Idea: December 2015

Winter is looming in most parts of the country now but that doesn't mean we can't have all the pretty dresses, anymore. As a matter of fact, now is a good time to start planning for another set of sewing projects that we can use post-summer and pre-spring. Next year's colours are currently shifting to more earthy colours, which is definitely a breather from summer's brilliant hues. One of the best things about earthy colours? They are easy to play around with, with any pattern. You don't need ...

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