TSNEM20161

I have spent quite a bit of time the past couple of weeks researching sewing techniques I either have never tried, or have only tried once (unsuccessfully).  I decided to keep my list to just sewing techniques instead of the larger variety Stephanie is following, and I was still able to find a lot of things I have never tried.

JanuaryHand Embroidery
FebruaryEnglish Paper Piecing
March – Using Grommets
April – Beading Embellishment
May – French Seams
JuneMaking and Sewing with Piping
JulyFoundation Paper Piecing
August – Create & Use a Bodice Sloper
September – Hat & Mask Making
OctoberHand Piecing & Quilting
November – Lace Overlay
December – Formalwear i.e. Slippery Fabric

I am really excited for this project, and I can’t wait to learn new techniques!

What is on your “to learn” list for the New Year?

 


Amy

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15 thoughts on “TSNEM 2016 List of Projects

  1. My husband just bought me a sewing machine for Christmas so the new thing I’d like to learn is how to turn it on and get started. 🙂

    1. LOL, that is the perfect way to start! 😀 Honestly, to me, the easiest way to learn is to just do it.

      I do have a tip, though, that I NEVER would have thought about. Fabric is expensive, especially when you’re just practicing or learning.

      Flat bedsheets from Wal-Mart (here the twin size is less than $5), work perfectly to practice with, and the fabric is comparable to anything you would buy by the yard to learn with.

      Happy sewing!

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