Teach Yourself to Sew: How a Stitch is Made

comments (2) March 10th, 2010     

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VictoriaNorth Victoria North, product manager
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Last week, ThreadsMagazine.com launched a video series for beginning sewers called Teach Yourself to Sew. Even if you are a fairly experienced sewer you still may find something tips or tricks that you never thought of before.

In this new episode, learn how a lockstitch is made using a sewing machine, how to thread a sewing machine, and how to wind a bobbin.

Threads senior technical editor Judith Neukam explains how to get started with your sewing machine, including an look at the inner workings of the machine.

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Comments (2)

VictoriaNorth writes: Hi Granrobyn,

I'm not sure what the problem might be. Are you speaking about the videos on our website, or on our YouTube channel. Can you tell me specifically which ones you are having trouble viewing? There shouldn't be any videos blocked to you from our website, and I will be happy to look into this for you.


Posted: 1:06 pm on March 15th
Granrobyn writes: Thank you team for the videos of which I have viewed a few. The remainder you have banned from showing in New Zealand. I couldn't imagine why since we have the same laws and rules about copyright than in the USA. I have been subscribing to the magazine for years and congratulate all in the production.
Cheers from 'downunder'.
Posted: 5:42 pm on March 12th
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