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  • What are the printable pdf-patterns usually? Sheets of paper with loads of lines; each size is indicated by a certain-type line and you can only carefully and accurately follow it.What [...]

    What are LAYERED PDF-PATTERNS

    What are LAYERED PDF-PATTERNS
    Published : 17/01/2020 08:00:00 | Categories : MC2-Patterns

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  • Velour fabric is used for a variety of products from clothing to upholstery and even the interior of cars. It’s known for being sturdy and resistant to most stains, but it can get dirty and s [...]

    How to Care for Velvet/Velour

    How to Care for Velvet/Velour
    Published : 10/01/2020 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Velvet, velveteen and velor - all three types of fabric have a characteristic pile surface. Despite the similarity of appearance, all three materials are original, unique and differ in [...]

    Velour vs Velvet vs Velveteen/Corduroy

    Velour vs Velvet vs Velveteen/Corduroy
    Published : 07/01/2020 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Michele Oka Doner is an American artist and author who works in a variety of media including sculpture, prints, drawings, functional objects and video. She has also worked in costume and set [...]

    Michele Oka Doner style Dress

    Michele Oka Doner style Dress
    Published : 01/01/2020 08:00:00 | Categories : mc2 Photo

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  • Photo by freepik.com How about black or navy fabrics, on which you can’t really see felt-tip pen lines? In this case,  mark your fabric with soap! Soap is very visible on dark colors, glides smo [...]

    SOAP TO MARK DARK-COLORED OR SHIFTY FABRICS

    SOAP TO MARK DARK-COLORED OR SHIFTY FABRICS
    Published : 30/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Sewing Tips and Tricks

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  • If you are going to a restaurant or theatre, then the best choice is a maxi dress. This style creates a luxurious image and visually extends the silhouette. If you are going to an event with a [...]

    Choosing a STYLE for an EVENING DRESS

    Choosing a STYLE for an EVENING DRESS
    Published : 27/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : mc2 Photo

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  • We all know, contemporary fashion is not sustainable. What’s perhaps most shocking, is how far-reaching the industry’s impact is. It affects four major areas: waste, water, toxic chemicals and en [...]

    Happy Holiday Season! Use it SMART - Start Making A Real Thing - Cast your Style
  • Working with knits is rather different from working with woven fabric. Here, we would like to share with you a few tricks on how to layout your fabric, cut, notch and transfer pattern [...]

    How to CUT KNITS

    How to CUT KNITS
    Published : 23/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Sewing Tips and Tricks

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  • CARE for JERSEY PRODUCTS Products made from jersey fabrics should be washed only in a delicate washing mode, using soft powders, at 40°C - this is the optimal temperature for almost any kind of [...]

    JERSEY FABRIC: How to SEW & CARE

    JERSEY FABRIC: How to SEW & CARE
    Published : 20/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Single jersey front side under microscope Jersey is a knit fabric used predominantly for clothing manufacture. It was originally made of wool but is now made of cotton, viscose, synthetic [...]

    HISTORY of JERSEY MATERIAL

    HISTORY of JERSEY MATERIAL
    Published : 18/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Ironing aids, such as Glide or Faultless, can be found in most supermarkets and craft stores and are very helpful in the sewing of rayon or silk. Just spray it on the fabric and iron, and [...]

    CORN STARCH AND GELATIN TO STIFFEN SLIPPERY FABRICS
  • HOW to WASH SILKUse water with a temperature not exceeding 30 degrees and special liquid detergents designed for silk products. Do not use bleaches or conditioners. You can w [...]

    How to CARE for SILK

    How to CARE for SILK
    Published : 13/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Silk's reputation as a difficult fabric isn't unfounded. It can be tricky to cut, stains easily and has a maddening tendency to fray. But if you understand silk's challenges going in — and have [...]

    HOW to SEW SILK

    HOW to SEW SILK
    Published : 11/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Fabric Guide

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  • Meet this cute moth - a silkworm, its caterpillars that have long dressed high society of Ancient China in expensive clothes. The silk manufacturing process was shrouded in the strictest [...]

    NATURAL SILK

    NATURAL SILK
    Published : 09/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : MC2-Patterns

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  • Sewing linen clothes yourself is quite simple. It is only important to remember the likely shrinkage of up to 15% and sharpen the scissors in time - due to the high density of the fabric, the [...]

    ALUMINUM FOIL TO SHARPEN ROTARY CUTTERS

    ALUMINUM FOIL TO SHARPEN ROTARY CUTTERS
    Published : 05/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : Sewing Tips and Tricks

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  • It is traditionally believed that linen fabric is easy to handle. Compared to other options, this seems to be true. But if you want the linen thing to turn out to be of high quality, you need to [...]

    HOW to WORK with LINEN

    HOW to WORK with LINEN
    Published : 04/12/2019 08:00:00 | Categories : MC2-Patterns

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