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Free Sewing Patterns - Over 2000 Patterns!
Over 2000 of the best free sewing patterns on the web!
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Welcome to the Free Sewing Patterns & Projects section at SewingSupport.com!

Providing easy access to over 2,000 of the best free sewing patterns & projects on the web! And all organized by
category so you can easily find the project you’re looking for.

How this section came about: I saw that there were tons of amazing free sewing patterns and tutorials out there on the
web (especially from quite a few very talented craft and sewing bloggers) but many of these patterns were scattered
and couldn't easily be found through doing a quick Google search.

So I decided to gather as many of these patterns as I could find and put them "all in one place," so to speak. This makes
the patterns and tutorials much easier to find, saving you the time and energy it would take to find them yourselves.

And because bloggers and sewers are out there creating and posting new projects all the time, I'm constantly updating
the pages in this section, adding new patterns as I find them. And if you're a blogger or website owner yourself and have
a sewing pattern or tutorial you'd like to see listed here, feel free to email me at
karen@sewingsupport.com. (Just keep in
mind I may not be able to post it immediately because of time constraints).

Happy sewing!
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: If you have a garment that came out beautifully, but a buttonhole that didn’t, try this fix: Cover the buttonhole
with a patch of fabric, folding under the edges and topstitching it to your garment. Then you can re-sew the
buttonhole. Use the same fabric as your garment if you want the buttonhole patch to be less noticeable. Or, use a
contrasting fabric if you want to make a design statement. Another idea is to sew a long strip of fabric or ribbon down
the front of your garment, covering all of your buttonholes, then re-sew all the buttonholes.

Tip #2: Sewing machine needles become dull with use. Therefore it’s a good idea to change your sewing machine needle
at the start of every project or after about eight hours of continuous sewing. So if you hear a thumping noise as you
sew or if your needle won’t go through your fabric (especially a thick fabric like denim or several bulky layers), the
problem may not be with your sewing machine, your needle may be simply be dull.
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