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'Smart' Fitting Techniques Revealed | Web Extra

Kenneth D. King offers expert sewing techniques for finding and diagnosing garment fitting issues in his new book, Smart Fitting Solutions: Foolproof Techniques to Fit Any Figure . Kenneth is among Threads ' go-to experts on garment fitting, and for good reason....

Stylish and Reliable Singer Featherweight C240 | Notions

It was easy to thread, even for a new sewer like me. As soon as I started sewing, however, I noticed that the thread tension wasn't right....

Group Sews For Soldiers, Other Causes

The group, which was started by Erica Wahl over two years ago, meets once a month at the Simsbury Public Library. It began with the intention of helping soldiers, both active members of the military and veterans, by providing them with blankets....

Sewing machine magnate visits Gloversville Sewing Center

Hanspeter Ueltschi A' the fourth generation owner of sewing machine manufacturer BERNINA International A' signs Mary Steenburgh's sewing machine held by Gloversville Sewing Center's owner Diana Marshall during his visit to the shop Monday. Gloversville Sewing Center owners, Diana and John Marshal, chat with BERNINA International owner Hanspeter Ueltschi during his visit to the shop Monday....

Nagoya shop offers unique handbags made by workers with disabilities from recycled obi

The souvenir shop Nagomya in Kinshachi Yokocho, a shopping area that opened right outside the grounds of Nagoya Castle late last month, is selling handbags made by people with developmental disorders using recycled Nagoya obi. The bags are made by three women in their 20s working in Hotto Hitoiki, an establishment in Nagoya's Naka Ward that provides work for people with disabilities....

Woman sewing 16 hours a day in week-long protest highlighting workers' conditions

After her first day-and-a-half of work, her shoulders ached, her knee was sore from pushing the sewing machine pedal, and she was struggling the thread the needle due to squinting eyes that felt like sandpaper. Nelson nursing student Yasmeen Jones-Chollet is having a taste of what it's like to work a 16-hour day as a Bangladeshi garment worker, setting up a work-station on Nelson's Trafalgar St, opposite Farmers....

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