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A collection of the best free Fabric Flower Patterns & Tutorials on the web
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Sewing Accurate Curves: When sewing curves, switch to a smaller stitch length. This will help you
sew the curve more accurately than with a longer stitch length.

Tip #2: Sewing on the Bias: When sewing bias-cut seams, stretch your fabric slightly as you sew so your
seams will have some give to them when your finished item is worn.

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:

Did you know that satin fabrics can have a subtle nap to them (where the fabric's pile runs in
one direction)? To determine if your satin fabric has a nap, run your hand along the length of
your fabric (parallel to the fabric's selvedge) in both directions. If the fabric feels smooth in one
direction, but rough in the other, then your fabric has a nap to it and it's important to use the
"with nap" layout in your pattern instructions or to lay your pattern pieces out going in the
same direction.
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