Are you on the hunt for plastic snap fasteners for your latest project? Maybe you’ve invested some but are feeling a little lost on how to install them? We hope our latest blog can help with all your KAM snap worries.Continue reading “How To Use a KAM Snap Press”
Mesh fabric can be a little intimidating – how can you get something with so many holes in to stay together? But with a little technical guidance, mesh is actually very easy to sew, and can be applied to many different projects!
Mesh fabric comes in lots of different weights and types, used for different things such as sportswear, bridal wear, bag making and even practical purposes like workwear and equipment – but today we’ll be discussing the Polyester Mesh we sell which is perfect for bags and accessories!
What is Mesh Fabric?Continue reading “11 Tips For Sewing with Mesh Fabric”
Ever heard the term “wide backs” and wondered what it means? No – it’s not a dressmaking alteration for the broad shouldered!
Some of you beginner seam-stars out there have come across some fabrics on our website which are a huuuuge 106” wide and might think, why on earth would you need a piece of fabric that wide?! Well you’re in luck! In this blog, we’ll be going through why we need extra wide fabrics and inspire you with what they can be used for.Continue reading “Go Super Size with Extra Wide Fabrics!”
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Bias binding is a seam-stars best friend!
Have you ever used it before?
We use it ALL the time in our in-house projects and everyday sewing, it’s used to cover those not so pretty raw edges and gives a project a neat finish.
As well as being available in multiple colours adding a dash of excitement to your project!
Did you know you can use bias binding on a range of different materials and projects?
It’s suitable to use on garments, quilts, cushions and much more and come in various different materials too!Continue reading “A Guide To Bias Binding”
Bondaweb is a brilliantly versatile fabric glue; think of it as a sheet of double sided sticky tape that can be used to adhere 2 fabrics together.Continue reading “How To Use Bondaweb”