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Vintage Sewing Machine ads

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Tag: vintage, ads

Vintage Sewing Machine ads

10 beautiful vintage sewing machine ads. Singer, Elna, Excelsior, Minerva, Domestic...

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Bernina my Bernette 10 Review

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Tag: bernina, my bernette, sewing machines

Bernina my Bernette 10

Bernina Bernette 10 is an electromechanical sewing machine designed especially for beginners in sewing. It has 9 built-in stitches with 5 mm maximum width, 4-step buttonhole. Basic reliable functions and modern design at affordable price. Clean design and convenient controls help to start sew immediately even if it is the first sewing machine in your experience...

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Big Eye Needle by Woo Moon-Hyung

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Tag: sewing tools

Big Eye Needle by Woo Moon-Hyung

Big eye needle is a brilliant idea. It made from some new fangled metal which makes it possible to give us more convenience. In order to make threading a cinch, you can just press the bottom of the needle to expand the size of the button hole. That’s it. Threading is really a cinch no matter how old you are...

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Fututistic Sewing Machine by Brian Kang

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Tag: designed sewing machines

Brian Kang Space Age Design Sewing Machine

Sewing Machine A concept for better expression of the creative process. The approach to this machine was to better portray what the experience is like of using the machine. The organic form of the machine suggests and connects to the products made by the machine, and its larger viewable area is to help make the experience more enjoyable...

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New My Bernette Series from Bernina

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Tag: bernina, my bernette, sewing machines, sewing news

Bernina my Bernette 10

Probably it is a first well designed series of modern home sewing machines at reasonable price. All of five sewing machines (Bernette 10, Bernette 12, Bernette 15, Bernette 20, Bernette 25) look very stylish. On sewreview.com you can compare side by side all of them. Complete specifications are available for all models...

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BERNINA Launches Entry-Level Sewing-Machine Range under the bernette Label

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Tag: bernina, sewing news, my bernette

Bernina my Bernette 25 blo:c design

Tradition-steeped Swiss company BERNINA International AG is launching four economically priced sewing machines for creative people under the bernette label. The new models combine useful functions and features with an aesthetically pleasing appearance. Their striking design was developed by BERNINA in close collaboration with two Industrial Design students...

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Consew is the new brand we've listed today

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Tag: consew, news

Consew logo

Consew has designed and built sewing machines since 1898. Today they are a supplier of all types of sewing machines, equipment and supplies related to the sewing industry. Everything from needles to motors, lights and tables is available from Consew...

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BERNINA of America Celebrates its 8 Series with the 830 Limited Edition

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Tag: bernina, sewing news

BERNINA of America Celebrates its 8 Series  with the 830 Limited Edition

Only 4,000 of these unique machines will be made 830LE owners gain access to an exclusive VIP retreat BERNINA of America is pleased to announce that its 830 Limited Edition (LE) is now available at dealerships in the U.S. and Canada. Only 4,000 of these unique machines will be made and each features a special design, engraved with its own production number. 830LE customers can also celebrate this momentous occasion by gaining access to an exclusive two-day retreat in the Chicago area where they’ll experience a VIP reception and inspiring workshops, while learning new techniques and creating engaging projects. Each 830LE machine also comes with an exclusive Alphabet Collection and Embroidery CD with 1,000 unique designs, a limited edition collector’s tin and a specifically designed USB stick...

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Pattern Magic by Tomoko Nakamichi

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Tag: pattrens, books

Pattern Magic by Tomoko Nakamichi

If you’re interested in fashion design, at some point you’ve probably pulled apart clothing from a fancy department store trying to figure out how it was made. Once you start to understand the fascinating process of pattern making, all the separate pieces required to create a garment start to make sense. You can look at a piece of clothing and mentally visualize how it was created. Sometimes, though, even the best pattern makers are stumped by fantastical avant-garde manipulations. This is where Pattern Magic can give you a hand. Created by Tomoko Nakamichi, a professor at...

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Japanese researchers weave capacitive touch into large-area textiles, want to make them wearable

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Tag: fabric, video, technology

conductive fiber

Conductive fibers, yo, they're the future. Japan's AIST is back with yet another quirky idea, this time integrating capacitive touch sensors into 1-micron thick nylon fibers. The results is a big old cloth that can sense your loving touch and inform nearby computers of what you're up to. Initial uses envisioned by the research outfit include implementation in hospitals to monitor bedridden patients, but the ultimate goal is to make this extra-sensitive array a wearable accoutrement...

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Pillows by CB2

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Tag: design, interior

Pillows by CB2

CB2 is a modern destination from Crate and Barrel that first opened in Chicago in the year 2000.

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Ray Marrs lecture on History of Textile Printing

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Tag: fabric, video

Ray Marrs lecture on History of Textile Printing

The first part of a lecture series on Textile print processes and techniques...

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Block Print Fabric

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Tag: fabric

Block Print Fabric

Block printing is a traditional Indian way of decorating textiles. It has become widely used because it is an uncomplicated method that creates vibrant, colorful patterns. Chemical and artificial colors have replaced the traditional natural dyes used in block printing. The principal tints are red, yellow, blue and saffron. Block printing can be manufactured, but here we offer step by step instructions to decorate your own fabrics by hand block printing...

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Amazing Felt Art by Janice Arnold

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Tag: designers, felt

Amazing Felt by Janice Arnold

As the daughter of a cartographer, Janice Arnold grew up looking at the world in landscapes rather than countries, contour lines rather than boundaries, textures rather than cultures. Fine fabric was always a passion. Throughout college she was enamored with folk art, high fashion and studied a wide variety of textile traditions. She traveled extensively to learn traditional techniques within cultural contexts...

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Parasol Magazin — Art + Design + Craft

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Tag: magazin, craft, design

Parasol Magazin — Art + Design + Craft

Parasol is a free, downloadable pdf magazine dedicated to promoting design + art + creative lifestyles and small business. We feature both established and emerging designers, artists, small creative businesses and those who support them...

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