Free Patterns - Other Baby Stuff
A collection of the best free Baby Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: If you’ve accidentally crushed the pile of a napped fabric like velvet, you may be able to restore it. To do this, try
dampening the fabric by spraying it lightly with water, then fluff and raise the nap using a small brush.

Tip #2: Remember to always reinforce any seams in your garment that will be subject to extra stress, such as underarm
and crotch seams. You can do this by stitching again over your first row of stitching or by sewing another row of stitching
close to the first row.

Tip #3:
When purchasing plaid fabric, always get more than what the pattern calls for. So, how much more? One simple
guideline is to purchase one or two extra repeats of the design. And a more specific guideline you can follow is:

For a small plaid: Get about 1/8 of a yard of extra fabric (if the plaid is quite small, however, you probably don't need to
purchase extra fabric at all). For a medium-sized plaid: Get about 1/4 to 1/2 a yard extra fabric. For a large plaid: Get
about 1 yard extra fabric. (And remember to also get extra fabric for possible shrinkage.)
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