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Free Baby Room Decor Patterns & Projects

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Baby Clothes

Baby Bibs

Baby Booties

Stuffed Animals
 
A collection of the best free Nursery Decor Patterns & Tutorials on the web
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: When you turn a corner right side out, the seam at the corner will be subject to stress as you poke it
out. Therefore, when stitching a corner, especially with fabric that ravels easily, reinforce it by either adding
another row of stitching or by changing to a very fine stitch
.

Tip #2: It's a good idea to read through your entire pattern instructions before you start sewing your project.
This way, you can familiarize yourself with all of the steps involved. You may even find that you can rearrange
the order of the steps for greater efficiency.

Note: If a project below includes a printable pattern, you’ll see a “p” next to its title. If a project doesn’t include
a pattern template, it likely consists of simple fabric shapes (like squares and rectangles) that you can easily
measure and cut yourself. And note that some projects may be designed for a specific type of sewing machine.
However, if a project you like calls for, say, complex embroidery stitches and you have just a simple zigzag
machine, you can try experimenting with a satin stitch, hand-embroidering a design, or adding purchased
embellishments instead.
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Sewing Quick Tip:

It can be hard to remember the size and type of needle you’ve put into your sewing machine.
And the teeny, tiny writing inscribed on the needle itself can be difficult to read, even with
good lighting and a magnifying glass.

Therefore, an easy way to keep track of the size and type of needle you've put into your
sewing machine is to simply keep a pad of small sticky notes by your sewing machine. Then
every time you change your needle, just jot down the needle's type and size and stick it on the
side of your sewing machine.
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