If you are a designer or you love sewing and have been doing this for a long time, you realize that you need a system to organize your sewing patterns. Otherwise, you will experience problems such as a messy pile of pattern pieces and difficulty in retrieving your pieces when you need them. When you start sewing, you do not have many pattern pieces and storing them in boxes seems to suffice. However, as you grow your art, you begin collecting many pattern exceeding a hundred. You now realize your pattern collection is out of control, mixed up and your storage boxes and binders start to bulge and tear. It is time you find an effective system of organizing your sewing pattern.
A good organizing system will help you:
- Store your patterns better
- Preserve the quality of the patterns
- Protect the patterns from damage during handling and retrieval
- Make it easy for you to search, access and retrieve your patterns
- Makes it easy for you to grow your patterns as you add new ones
Hey friends! It’s Nellie from sewmessy.blogspot.com. It’s January! And were I live, it’s cold. Like really really cold. And I’ve seen a lot of requests on how to put sleeves on both the Women’s and the Girl’s Be Confident Tunic and I really can’t blame you! They just aren’t the same with shirts underneath and sleeves can’t be that hard to add, right?
You would be correct!!
But, I am going to show you more than just how to add sleeves to a tank top/sleeveless pattern, I am going to show you how to use any sleeve you want on any pattern you want! BOOM!