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I want to learn to sew

- Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:34:54 EST 4hzZzHmr No.38109
File: 1477658094133.jpg -(198707B / 194.05KB, 540x810) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I want to learn to sew
I'm not sure where to begin, but I wonder if there is a well known or well-thought-of guide that already exists. I'll be googling, of course, but perhaps someone here knows a reputable guide for the very, very beginner off the top of their head. A .pdf maybe. I'm not sure.
Phineas Pickhood - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 08:39:08 EST 4hzZzHmr No.38110 Reply
Oh! Very important: I mean to sew by needle and thread, by hand. I do not have a sewing machine at the moment. Can't believe I left that out.
George Crandleford - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 13:49:33 EST R3G9+7LE No.38111 Reply
start with a sewing kit , needle and thread , if you dont have one already , put the thread on the edge of a needle and use it on fabric you want to experiment on, its nice feeling when you do it c; , layers and patterns are just a part of it

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