Journal of the Month: THREADS

Threads

The journal of the month for October 2013 is Threads. Threads magazine is the premier source for the sewing community, great for beginners and advanced sewers alike. The magazine includes everything from expert tips on using sewing machines to working with fabric patterns, supplies, and equipment. Step-by-step and how-to advice on making dresses, pants, jackets, and more fill every issue. Tips on hundreds of techniques from sewing in a zipper, to making a buttonhole, or adding a gusset, etc. are also included.

Oct/Nov 2013, Number 169 Features:

“Autumn Preview”—Colors, fabrics, and silhouettes for a new season.

“Opulent Fabrics”—Discover the world of embellished textiles: hand-applied crystals, beads, sequins, and embroidery.

Plus how to make your own heirloom buttons, and how to fit a forward shoulder.

Come in to browse this month’s journal, along with the rest of our journal collection!

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