Image by Chu❤ via Flickr Use a few dabs of any good white glue on the back of the emblem and press it in position on the clothing, then let it set for a few minutes. The emblem can then be stitched by hand or machine without any worry that it will turn out lopsided. The glue subsequently […]
Image by lilspikey via Flickr Sew the snap point on first. Then take a piece of chalk and touch this little point. Turn the material over, rub it with your finger, and you will find that you have marked the exact place where the snap should be sewed on.
Image via Wikipedia Here’s a tip for keeping those four-hole buttons on longer.Sew through only two holes at a time, breaking the thread and knotting it for each pair of holes. This way, should one set break loose, the other side will still hold the button. Use dental floss or elastic thread to sew buttons on children’s clothing. […]
Image via Wikipedia Use an empty thermometer case as a holder for extra long and fine needles that are hard to store in a sewing box. Use plastic pill bottles with snap-on tops to hold the extra small buttons. Pins and needles all over the place Safety pins can be gathered and threaded onto a pipe cleaner. Then, […]