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Do you hate sewing button holes? We get it, plenty of our team members do too, including myself! Many people sew button holes regularly and don't mind them at all, but when you don't sew them very often, they can seem quite finicky and time consuming. Thankfully, there are plenty of alternatives, and we're going […]

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How to Print PDF Sewing Patterns If you are new to printing PDF patterns, the most important thing you will need to do is make sure to print the pattern accurately, so the size of your sewing project is correct. There are a few key settings you will need to use/adjust to ensure it prints […]

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How to Use Different File Types for PDF Sewing Patterns So what exactly do you get when you purchase a PDF sewing pattern? This is an important thing to know before you buy, so you can make sure that you are able to use the pattern. What is a PDF Pattern? A PDF pattern is […]

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Hi there! I'm Anisha, honored to be a part of the team here at Sew PDF, and I have a blog tutorial for you today on the Hedgehog Hoodie by Tie Dye Diva! I will cover adding piping to the princess seams while using pockets and how I did the zippers on these vests for […]

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This tutorial (with extra details and pictures) was created by our fantastic team member Keri as a supplement to the instructions in the Rogue River Joggers pattern (for adults or kids), but this method could be used for any pattern with an elastic waist created by folding down the top of the pants (with no […]

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I often see questions about whether a woven dress can be made in knit fabric (or vice versa). While the answer is usually no - there are a few exceptions. The Sugar Pie Dress by Duchess and Hare is a perfect example of a woven dress that can easily be made in knit fabric! The […]

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A common style of PDF pattern has a white border around the edges, and requires you to trim it off and butt the edges of the rectangles together. We call these Trim Assembly or Trim-Style patterns. However, there is an easy way to assemble these patterns without trimming all the edges! Simply layer the pages […]

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This simple pattern mashing method for knit tops and dresses, takes the upper bodice (including sleeves, if the style has sleeves) of one sewing pattern, and combines it with the lower portion (below the arm pits) of another. This allow you to change the neckline or sleeve style on your top or dress, or change […]

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Hi there! I'm Anisha from SASSY Creations (find my page on Facebook, or find me on instagram with the handle @sassycreationsbyanisha). I'm excited to show you how I did the star reverse Appliqué on the front pocket of the Go! T-Shirt and Tank by Kelly J Designs. This is a fun, unisex top with colour […]

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