Tutorials page updated

No real post today although I’ve been plenty busy poking around under the hood . If you’re one of the many who’ve been displeased with the old tutorials set up which required you to download a word document, that is but an ugly memory now. I still have a lot of work left to do because there are so many tutorials (and series) that I need to set up different categories on separate pages or else it becomes one long scroll. The plan is that one page will list sewing tutorials, another will list all the pattern and grading tutorials etc. At that point the main tutorials link (on the navigation bar) will be the link page for all of the various types of tutorials and series. I hope it meets with your approval.

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  1. Valerie Burner says:

    Yahoo! My favorite tutorial is the Nameless Tutorial. (The facing/lining/hem juncture.) That has to be the toughest thing to make look good, and your method is the best-looking I have seen. It’s also easy to follow along and understand. Thanks for doing these.

  2. Lisa B. in Portland says:

    Thanks, Kathleen! I had asked you about the single welt pocket and I just looked at the tutorial for it. And, like the double welt, it’s super simple. YAY! I remember being shown how to do one of them in school and it didn’t seem this simple.

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