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Page de titre de la première Folio, par William Shakespeare, avec la gravure de cuivre de l'auteur Martin Droeshout. Image courtoisie de l'Elizabethan Club et le Rare Book & Manuscript Library Beinecke, Université de Yale

Page de titre de la première Folio, par William Shakespeare, avec la gravure de cuivre de l'auteur Martin Droeshout. Image courtoisie de l'Elizabethan Club et le Rare Book & Manuscript Library Beinecke, Université de Yale

Front of Card Rough Mockup

Front of Card Rough Mockup

Table relationships in the OSS database

Table relationships in the OSS database

Another great tutorial from Collette Patterns--this one on non-continuous bias tape. But bonus!! How to estimate the amount of bias tape you'll end up with at the end.

Another great tutorial from Collette Patterns--this one on non-continuous bias tape. But bonus!! How to estimate the amount of bias tape you'll end up with at the end.

Boning: A well-fitting garment is designed to also assure the wearer that it isn't riding up or slipping down as she moves. I also often use bones to straighten side seams on a bodice, even if the garment isn't strapless. The bones serve to counteract gravity, and keep a bodice made with a soft, drapey fabric from sagging.Sew channels from silk organza, Stitch it to the underlining or over a seam allowance. Also: Gaping square necklines - boning placed horizontally

Boning- Not just for Corsets

Boning: A well-fitting garment is designed to also assure the wearer that it isn't riding up or slipping down as she moves. I also often use bones to straighten side seams on a bodice, even if the garment isn't strapless. The bones serve to counteract gravity, and keep a bodice made with a soft, drapey fabric from sagging.Sew channels from silk organza, Stitch it to the underlining or over a seam allowance. Also: Gaping square necklines - boning placed horizontally

Sew, Mama, Sew! blog has tons of tutorials, hints, and tips for any sewer (or someone who wants to be!). Really great site.

Sew, Mama, Sew! blog has tons of tutorials, hints, and tips for any sewer (or someone who wants to be!). Really great site.

Tool tips – budget or quality? The Bodkin

Tool tips – budget or quality? The Bodkin (So Sew Easy)

Tutorial: Keep your corners sharp when turning a seam right side out · Sewing | CraftGossip.com

Tutorial: Keep your corners sharp when turning a seam right side out · Sewing | CraftGossip.com

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