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Brother Quilting Machine, CS7000i, 70 Built-in Stitches 2.0" LCD Display, Wide Table, 10 Included Sewing Feet
My First Sewing Machine Book: 35 fun and easy projects for children aged 7 years +
Sewing Machine LED Lighting Deluxe Kit - Includes Expansion Kit for 2 Machines- Perfect for Long-arm Machines!
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- EASY INSTALL- Adheres directly to the machine for optimal lighting | Fits Kenmore sewing machine, Singer Sewing Machine, Brother Sewing Machine
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- FITS 2 MACHINES - Enough hardware for two machines! SImply cut the LED strip where instructed and attach to a second Machine | Works with Kenmore sewing machine
Sewing Machine Basics: A step-by-step course for first-time stitchers
Sewing School Â® 2: Lessons in Machine Sewing; 20 Projects Kids Will Love to Make
- Brand New Item / Unopened Product
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Hobby Gift 'Woodland' Sewing Machine Bag 20 x 43 x 37cm (d/w/h)
- Beautiful value handmade patterned sewing machine bag.
- Grey background with multi motif pattern.
- Features two sturdy carry handles.
- Also features zip around pocket to the front.
- Dimensions: 20 x 43 x 37cm (d/w/h).
Hobby Gift Sewing Machine Bag, Black, 20x47x34
Encyclopedia of Sewing Machine Techniques
Sewing Machine Mini Sewing Machine - Mini Handheld Sewing Machines Dual Speed Double Thread Multifunction EU/US/UK Electric Automatic Tread Rewind Sewing Machine - Handheld Sewing Machine
- Hand Held Sewing Machine - Beginner Sewing Machine - Overview: You and your family can get crafted with this Mini Sewing Machine. This is an appliance for small sewing projects. It is equipped with the double threads, double speed, and with a light design.
- Hand Held Sewing Machine - Beginner Sewing Machine - Features: - Mini sewing machine offers double threads and perfect stitch control - Better sight and more convenient in thread cutting - Mini size, lightweight and with an exquisite workmanship - This sewing machine is a basic sewing machine, with its easy-to-use feature, suitable for all sewing machine users - Equipped with lighting lamp and thread cutter, easy to cut off threads
- Sewing Machine For Kids - Specifications: - Voltage: 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz - Power supply: household charger or 4 x AA battery ( not included )
- Sewing Machine For Kids - Material: Plastic,Stainless Steel Use: Sewing MachinePackage weight: 1.012 kg Product Size(L x W x H): 17.00 x 9.50 x 18.00 cm / 6.69 x 3.74 x 7.09 inches
- Handy Stitch - Package Size(L x W x H): 22.50 x 13.50 x 21.00 cm / 8.86 x 5.31 x 8.27 inchesPackage Contents: 1 x Mini Sewing Machine, 1 x Foot Pedal, 1 x Needle-threading Device, 1 x Threading Needle, 2 x Bobbin with Thread, 2 x Bobbin without Thread, 1 x Adapter, 1 x English User Manual
A8 'Sewing Machine' Unmounted Rubber Stamp (RS00021795)
- A8 rubber stamp plate
- Precise stamped images every time
- Mount to a wooden or acrylic block to use
- Made out of long lasting 2.3mm rubber
Brother WT9 Wide Extension Table
- Perfect for Patchwork & Quilting
- Great for Free Motion Embroidery
- Includes connecting plate
Gutermann 731102/3 | Cool Notting Hill Polyester Sew-All Sewing Thread 100m x 7
- thread pack matching the notting hill fabrics.
- 7 x 100m
- sew-all thread
Organizing My Sewing Room
Article on creative organization for a hobby space.
Sew, I spent some time down in the sewing room last night to asses the situation. Boy do I need some organizing amp; decluttering! I know you can't organize clutter, I just need to sort out as I straighten! SO lets start in with what I have...
I have a good foundation already started. I inherited some kitchen cupboards amp; counter tops. I love the height of them. It makes cutting on my board comfortable, since I'm not always hunched over a lower table. I have plenty of drawers amp; cupboards to stash stuff in. As soon as my husband finishes running me an outlet, he says they'll be level amp; I can actually use them!!!
I also was able to pick up a large rectangular table I use for my machines from our local high school at the end of the school year, I just had to get permission to take it. I also picked up a couple of old wood desks, a corner table, 2 large round cafeteria tables amp; an old printer table. Hey I was there!!! The wood desks have our kids desktop on it with the family printer, one of the round tables is a play table in our sons room, the corner table is in our daughters "kitchen", the printer table has the table saw mounted to it in the workshop. So this is a great resource if you aren't going for style!
My room layout is working for me, we had a wall of built in shelves thanks to a previous owner so I can put my stored items on those. They aren't perfection but they will hold my plastic totes comfortably. I love clear plastic storage totes for storing large cuts of fabric. Since, working in a fabric store, I have always been told to buy 3 yards of a fabric you love, therefore, I have a lot of large cuts of fabric. I have found that the smaller 50 quart ones are better than the larger 70 quart ones only because I don't want them to be so heavy I can't get them off the shelf! You can use the larger ones for batting!!! In a previous house I had a bedroom as my sewing room, I used the closet amp; hangers to store larger cuts of fabric. So, working with what you have is the best tip I can give! I also have smaller cuts (1 yard-ers) rolled up amp; stuck in the pouches of a shoe bag (the horizontal style) I need to put these in a tote too, I don't have anywhere to hang them, so now maybe I can hang shoes in it...hmmmm.
My elastic, zippers, trims amp; ribbons are in a 3 drawer storage unit. The drawers are clear so I don't have to remember which is zippers, I can see it is zippers. This unit came with casters, however I have it sitting on the counter top for easier access amp; I have a lot of counter space (wish I had this much in my kitchen...)
My thread is mostly organized, at least the spools. I have a clear box that has 2 sides (looks like it would hold hot wheel cars or maybe fishing tackle). The cones are another issue. I am considering a rack (wood dowel like thing). I have my pre-threaded bobbins stored in a Bobbin Saver (TM ). I tried using a bobbin box, but the first time I knocked it off the table I decided to look for a better option!
My Buttons are in a small tackle box, I think I bought at a yard sale...I can't remember I've had it a while. It has movable dividers so I can customize it however I want. I have it sorted by color at the moment.
My current projects are in stackable plastic baskets (I got then at a local dollar store, but they are gone now, maybe the new dollar store will have them...) I only have 3 amp; I'd like to have more. I go through periods where I just want to do my cutting all at once, but then I have no where to stick things separately.
I have oodles of fat quarters, fabric yardage, amp; usable scraps that still need homes. I like plastic shoe boxes to store like items in. I started sorting the fabric pieces by fabric type (Halloween, Christmas, Red, Green, Kids, etc.) I have one flat under bed clear storage container, but only 1! I'd like to keep my on going projects in there (since I am in the basement.) I have a couple of larger projects in the new XXL zip lock bags (the t-shirt quilt that just needs the backing, the scratchy blanket that I am binding), I also have some of my usable scraps in one of these.
I love storing my patterns in a file cabinet. I have file folders labeled with the pattern number, maker (KW2222 for a Kwik Sew, S9999 for a Simplicity, etc), what it is (robe, PJ's, dress) amp; size (2t-4t, 4-8, 16-20 etc). My problem now is that the file cabinet in my sewing room is legal sized, so I need new racks amp; file folders (my old file cabinet is staying in the office where my sewing stuff was). I just read a suggestion of using manila envelopes for the pieces, I like this idea as well, especially for patterns with small pieces. It is really a pain when you have to go back amp; search for the collar interfacing tissue pattern piece...been there done that!
I made myself a portable sewing notion carrier out of an old place mat amp; some zip lock bags. All of my markers, seam rippers, chalk, hand needles, extra machine needles, tape measure, hem ruler, etc are in there.
My new sewing room has a peg board wall (only part of a wall now, we will add more later) I have my rulers, scissors, rotary cutters, hot glue guns all on there. The hot glue gun amp; sticks are in a ventilated plastic basket (dollar store item) so I just slipped 2 peg board holders through the holes in the basket. I also have my hoops hanging up here amp; at the moment my clock!
I still need solutions for the craft "stuff" I have so many odds amp; ends that they are just dumped in a file drawer right now, not sure how I'll get that cleaned up! The kiddos amp; I craft at least once a month, more so around holidays, so I spend the year collecting things to craft with. Right now we like using the CD-Roms that come in the junk mail. We have made hanging fish amp; Christmas ornaments with them lately. I am thinking of acquiring another set of clear drawers for this stuff. Then I can have my file cabinet back for my patterns!
I have a great start, I just need to get the big stuff taken care of (guess I started too small!!!). Sew, I am off to go spend 15 minutes folding my larger fabric cuts for storage!