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Learn more about longarm quilting machines. Find out what they do so well, how they differ from a regular sewing machine, and explore its unique features and benefits.

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Selecting the appropriate needle for your sewing machine is crucial for achieving excellent results with your projects. Different types of fabrics, thread and sewing techniques require specific needle characteristics. This comprehensive guide from the Sewingtime team will help you navigate through the various needle options available, enabling you to choose the right needle for your sewing projects.  Understanding Needle Anatomy Before delving into the selection process, it's essential to understand the basic components of a sewing machine needle. Needles consist of a shank, shaft, groove, eye and point. The shank is inserted into the sewing machine, while the shaft holds...

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Beautiful curtains start with this guide. Making them at home is easy with Sewingtime’s collection of curtain manufacturing equipment and this simple step-by-step guide. Embark on a fun and rewarding DIY project today with the right tools and techniques. You can create custom curtains that fit perfectly and add a personal touch to your home decor. Step 1: Measure and Cutting Measure the height and width of your window(s) to determine how much fabric you'll need. Add a few extra inches to the length and width to account for hems and seams. Once you have your measurements, cut your fabric...

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In the world of sewing, the right tools can make all the difference. That's why investing in a new sewing machine is always an exciting moment. Whether you're upgrading to the world-leading Juki brand or simply upgrading your model, getting a new sewing machine can be a game-changer for your home or industrial sewing projects. But before you dive headfirst into your next project, there are a few things you should do to get the most out of your new machine.

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Steamers can be used on a wide variety of fabrics including cotton, silk, wool and more. They can also be used to freshen up more than just clothing. Try curtains, upholstery, and even bedding.

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