Thank you so much Colleen G Lee.
When using tissue paper when machine sewing chiffon, does the tissue go on top or under the fabric?
I LOVE your accent!
Very good tutorial. 👍 – straight to the point– good tip– well explained
Nicely done. Thank you! My only concern is that scary choice of fabric – it looks like the corner of a butcher's apron or something from a Hammer horror film! Is there something you're not telling us, young lady? 😉
Thank you so much! This has given me some ideas to try. I'm sewing a fine fabric and it's puckering ….
Thank you for this big help… 🙂
Very helpful and great video! Thanks 😀
Silk is the waterproof material?
What would have made this video helpful would have been to mention the tension and stitch length you were using in your example. However, thanks for mentioning the needle size. Outside of that, nothing to learn here for beginner sewers. …
Many thanks Colleen..this will solve my problem! You have the most beautiful hands and nails! Please paint your nails…I am so envious! Regards from South Africa!
what size needle would you use on rayon fabric for a dress?
Gray tips. Thanks a lot.
Hello, i enjoy your tutorial a lot. I have a question. Do you have any idea how to sew silk like fabric on bias, i mean, when i cut the fabric diagonally of the grain but end up curving because the cut make the fabric stretches too much. If there any way to make the cut more stable, i'd like to see. Thanks a lot.
Good tips. Thankyou. I didn't know about the sticky tape trick.I'm going to attempt to silk velvet.(Easy project-cushion cover) but its expensive fabric.I think my aunt told me she'd used tissue paper to sew velvet.Would you advise this or would it blunt the needle?Thankyou
you have no idea how helpful your video has been to me.. thank you so much Colleen…
Fantastic tutorial. Thank you very much!
Excellent and practical! Very well done. Thank you!!
very helpful, thanks.
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