Sewing 101 Sewing Basics



Sewing Kit,Over 100 JKtown Portable Basic Sewing Accessories, 24 Color Spools of Thread, Mini sew kits supplies for Beginners,Traveller,Emergency,Family starter to Mending and Repair

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  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN A SEWING KIT - Premium sewing kit supplies in a compact Zippered durable PU leather Case,It includes high quality needles, safety pins, pins, buttons and much more; It has a large choice of different colored and thicknesses of sewing thread
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Are you worried of Clothing rips, button pops, seams bursted, and always at the worst possible time?
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Our portable compact kit is packed with all the high quality sewing necessities you need:
★ 30 x Assorted Hand Sewing Needles
★ 24 x Thread Reels
★ 10 x Beading Needles
★ 6 x Color Pins
★ 5 x Pins
★ 4 x Spare Buttons
★ 2 x Plastic Needle Threader
★ 2 x Mental thimbles
★ 1 x Stainless Steel Scissors
★ 1 x Needle and Thread Storage Package
★ 1 x Syringes with 4 Needles
★ 1 x Rope Wear
★ 1 x Nail Clipper
★ 1 x Seam Ripper
★ 1 x Measuring Tape
★ 1 x Tweezers
★ 1 x Magnet
★ 1 x Fabric Pencil
★ 1 x Knitting Needle
★ 3 x Sewing Clips

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Size: 7.87 x 5.70 x 1.37inch
Weight: 337 g

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Sewing 101: A Beginners Guide to Sewing

by Creative Publishing int'l
List price: $25.00 Price: $11.80 Buy Now

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  • Features step-by-step photos useful sewing tip sidebars and a detailed glossary
  • Softcover Spiral-bound: 224 pages
  • Sewing 101 is a modern-day primer on the basic skills and techniques of sewing

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Sewing 101 is a modern-day primer on the basic skills and techniques of sewing. This book is geared toward the absolute novice and assumes you know little or nothing about the craft. Filled with lots of step-by-step photos, useful sewing tip sidebars, and a painstakingly detailed glossary, Sewing 101 teaches you how to sew successfully. You will learn terminology used regularly in sewing, as well as all the basic skills that are the building blocks of the art. From threading the machine to sewing a straight stitch, to more complicated procedures such as installing zippers and following patterns, everything is covered. Chapters include such topics as: the sewing machine and its accessories, sewing supplies and how to use them, how to shop for, prepare, measure and cut fabric, and more. Each new technique is taught via the creation of an actual project, such as a pillow, window treatment, t-shirt, or baby blanket, thereby allowing you to learn a new skill and create an item to wear, display or use in your home. Dust off that machine and begin sewing for fun and function!'








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Sewing 101: Hand Sewing Basics

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FIELDCRAFT 101: FIELD-EXPEDIENT DIRECTION FINDING

I started this blog with a post about basic skills: Fieldcraft 101: Tie Twelve Knots . . . My latest contract requires me to refresh the basics so here's an excerpt from Army Field Manual 3-05. 70 SURVIVAL (which I helped write in its former... There are several methods by which you can determine direction by using the sun and the stars. These methods, however, will give you only a general direction. You can come up with a more nearly true direction if you know the terrain of the territory or country. This knowledge of the terrain together with using the methods explained below will let you come up with fairly true directions to help you navigate. USING THE SUN AND SHADOWS. 1 The earth’s relationship to the sun can help you to determine direction on earth. The sun always rises in the east and sets in the west, but not exactly due east or due west. Shadows will move in the opposite direction of the sun. In the Northern Hemisphere, they will move from west to east, and will point north at noon. In the Southern Hemisphere, shadows will indicate south at noon. With practice, you can use shadows to determine both direction and time of day. The shadow methods used for direction finding are the shadow-tip and watch methods. SHADOW-TIP METHODS. In the first shadow-tip method, find a straight stick 1 meter (3 feet) long, and a level spot free of brush on which the stick will cast a definite shadow. This method is simple and accurate and consists of four steps:. Place the stick or branch into the ground at a level spot where it will cast a distinctive shadow. Mark the shadow’s tip with a stone, twig, or other means. This first shadow mark is always west—everywhere on earth. Wait 10 to 15 minutes until the shadow tip moves a few centimeters. Mark the shadow tip’s new position in the same way as the first. This mark will represent East. Draw a straight line through the two marks to obtain an approximate east-west line. Stand with the first mark (west) to your left and the second mark to your right—you are now facing north. An alternate method is more accurate but requires more time. Set up your shadow stick and mark the first shadow in the morning. Use a piece of string to draw a clean arc through this mark and around the stick. At midday, the shadow will shrink and disappear. In the afternoon, it will lengthen again and at the point where it touches the arc, make a second mark. Draw a line through the two marks to get an accurate east-west line (Figure 18-1, page 18-3). THE WATCH METHOD. You can also determine direction using a common or analog watch—one that has hands. The direction will be accurate if you are using true local time, without any changes for daylight savings time. Remember, the further you are from the equator, the more accurate this method will be. If you only have a digital watch, draw a clock face on a circle of paper with the correct time on it and use it to determine your direction at that time. You may also choose to draw a clock face on the ground or lay your watch on the ground for a more accurate reading. Figure 18-2. Watch Method. Another method is called the 24-hour clock method. Imagine this result to now represent the hour hand. In the Northern Hemisphere, point this resulting hour hand at the sun, and the 12 will point north. Holding the watch horizontal, point the 7 at the sun and 12 will point north. In the Southern Hemisphere, point the 12 at the sun, and the resulting “hour” from the division will point south. Because the moon has no light of its own, we can only see it when it reflects the sun’s light. We say there is a new moon or no moon when it is on.

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A modern and energetically designed encyclopedia of DIY with everything you need to know to roll up your sleeves and cook it, build it, sew it, clean it, or repair it yourself. In other words, everything you would have learned from your shop and home ec teachers, if you'd had them. Home Ec and Shop features 138 practical projects and how-tos, with step-by-step instructions and illustrations, relevant charts, sidebars, lists, and handy toolboxes. There?s a kitchen crash course, including the must-haves for a well-stocked pantry; how to boil an egg (and peel it frustration-free); how to grill, steam, saut? and roast vegetables. There?s Sewing 101, plus how to fold a fitted sheet, tie a tie, mop a floor, make a bed, and set the table for a formal dinner. Next up: a 21st-century shop class. The tools that everyone should have, and dozens of cool projects that teach fundamental techniques. Practice measuring, cutting, and nailing by building a birdhouse. Make a bookshelf or a riveted metal picture frame. Plus: do-it-yourself plumbing; car repair basics; and home maintenance, from priming and painting to refinishing wood floors.

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A modern and energetically designed encyclopedia of DIY with everything you need to know to roll up your sleeves and cook it, build it, sew it, clean it, or repair it yourself. In other words, everything you would have learned from your shop and home ec teachers, if you'd had them. Home Ec and Shop features 138 practical projects and how-tos, with step-by-step instructions and illustrations, relevant charts, sidebars, lists, and handy toolboxes. There?s a kitchen crash course, including the must-haves for a well-stocked pantry; how to boil an egg (and peel it frustration-free); how to grill, steam, saut? and roast vegetables. There?s Sewing 101, plus how to fold a fitted sheet, tie a tie, mop a floor, make a bed, and set the table for a formal dinner. Next up: a 21st-century shop class. The tools that everyone should have, and dozens of cool projects that teach fundamental techniques. Practice measuring, cutting, and nailing by building a birdhouse. Make a bookshelf or a riveted metal picture frame. Plus: do-it-yourself plumbing; car repair basics; and home maintenance, from priming and painting to refinishing wood floors.

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Knitting; crochet; embroidery; sewing; needle felting; papier mache ... Watercolor: Barbizan Art Center, 14 N. 29th St., suite 101. Youth, 6 p.m. Tuesdays. Adults, 9-11:30 a.m., Thursdays, Fridays. 208-3064. Watercolor: Sunrise Studio & Art Gallery ...

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