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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Tips for Sewing with Satin


Do we have those Halloween costumes ready yet? One week to go! 

I love Halloween because of the wide variety of costumes we see in the neighborhood!  I like to make them for my kids and it's fun to hear what they come up with. In fact my oldest son has such a random idea this year that I'm going to have to ask him again what it was!  All I remember is that it involves a shiny, black sheet.  Anyway, whatever your young ones are wanting to be this Halloween, I bet there's a good chance you can add flair to it by using shiny satin!  Yeah?  

  

Let's be honest, though. Working with satin for the first time may seem a little scary! Like going on a stroll through the cemetery on Halloween night and seeing a black cat cross your path, under the full moon. (Have you ever done that? It's scary!) But sewing with satin doesn't have to be. We have some great tips and tricks to share with you today, and before long you will be sewing satin like a witch! I mean... like a pro! 

I know you can do it, and even in time for Halloween. Here's the link to our downloadable PDF: 


And guess what! To make your knowledge of satin even more complete, on Monday we will show you how to make a couple different kinds of satin flowers. Your little ghouls will love that. 

Let's create!  ~ Kristen 


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