Thank you SO much to everyone who took part in the first ever Readers Questions. I hope you all enjoyed reading through the questions and answers. Well I have some more sewing teasers and dilemmas for you today.
What can help out with experience and advice in these areas:
SOS – What is so special about twin needles? (Except they break easily..)
I have tried sewing with a twin needle twice now. It is so frustrating. I know that twin needle are perfect for knit seems, but I broke both needles very quick each time I give it a try. And as you know, they are quite expensive so my sewing heart broke each time. I kind of developed a great fear about sewing with them and I have the feeling that my sewing machine cannot deal with the standard size of 4mm. but it is so hard to get smaller ones nearby.
I only tried regular straight stitch and in a trial the needle fitted, as soon as I add fabric (very thin knit) it was over 🙁
Do you know good alternatives to making Tee hems instead of using twin needles?
Thank you very much for your help.
I am interested in buying a good quality multi-adjustable dress form. Does anyone know of a good comparison of what is available or have any suggestions? Thanks!
I have a large bust and a small waist. (Well, it used to be ‘small.' Now it is more ‘medium!') I have a very hard time fitting so I have ‘given up' sewing for myself. I often look frumpy and my bust looks saggy (even with a good and well fitting bra.)
Any suggestions from the braver and more seasoned bust-ier sewers … would be greatly appreciated!
I would like to known what the best seam would be to make reversible jersey knit clothing. Specifically yoga pants. I am using 2 layers of light weight fabric. I was thinking a flat felled seam would be perfect but I was told that the weight of the fabric would cause rippling in the drape. Any thoughts? Thank you!
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