A-Line Series Archives - Totally Stitchin

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Totally Stitchin’ Heads to the Martha Pullen School of Art Fashion

May 24, 2012 in News

Sew Beautiful Magazine presents the School of Art Fashion, July 22-29 in Huntsville, Alabama. As part of the event, Totally Stitchin’ and Deborah Moebes have partnered to teach a 4-day class, featuring two fabulously fashionable projects. The Baby Lock Totally Stitchin’ School with Deborah Moebes is designed for the sewist who finds inspiration online. Moebes is a blogger, designer, author and teacher, ...
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Meet Elizabeth

October 19, 2010 in Machines

Elizabeth is multi-talented and great at everything she does, and she's ready to share all her secrets with you. With 178 stitches, 13 snap-on feet and a free-arm, this feature-packed machine sure has a lot to say! Elizabeth can help you make a statement with every project, from home décor to accessories and garments. But don't be ...
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Meet Elizabeth

October 19, 2010 in Find It / Buy It, General

Elizabeth is multi-talented and great at everything she does, and she's ready to share all her secrets with you. With 178 stitches, 13 snap-on feet and a free-arm, this feature-packed machine sure has a lot to say! Elizabeth can help you make a statement with every project, from home décor to accessories and ...
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Meet Jane

October 5, 2010 in Machines

Jane may be sensible and straight forward, but she's anything but plain. She's entrepreneurial and business-minded with sturdy stitches for projects big and small. Jane has a plan to help you achieve your goals with a speed of 1,500 spm, large extension table and a pin feed mechanism for precise stitching. As a high-speed, straight-stitch machine, ...
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Meet Jane

October 5, 2010 in Find It / Buy It, General

Jane may be sensible and straight forward, but she's anything but plain. She's entrepreneurial and business-minded with sturdy stitches for projects big and small. Jane has a plan to help you achieve your goals with a speed of 1,500 spm, large extension table and a pin feed mechanism for precise stitching. As a high-speed, straight-stitch machine, ...
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Meet Molly

September 22, 2010 in Machines

Molly loves her DIY, individual style, and she always encourages you to add your own touch. This multi-purpose machine includes 25 built-in stitches, a drop-in bobbin and a 1-step buttonhole. With adjustable stitch widths, 6 included accessory feet and a needle threader, Molly can help you bring your ideas to life with your own unique spin. Features 25 ...
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Meet Anna

September 8, 2010 in Machines

No matter what you're sewing, Anna is the supportive friend who's always ready to boost your confidence and cheer you on.  With several convenient features such as a drop-in bobbin, 15 built-in stitches and a 4-step buttonhole, this machine is perfect for beginning sewers. Anna is a great friend to turn to for mending, hemming and even ...
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Meet Anna

September 7, 2010 in General

No matter what you're sewing, Anna is the supportive friend who's always ready to boost your confidence and cheer you on. With several convenient features such as a drop-in bobbin, 15 built-in stitches and a 4-step buttonhole, this machine is perfect for beginning sewers. Anna is a great friend to turn to for mending, hemming and even crafting. See all the ...
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Get to Know Lauren

October 15, 2009 in General, Machines

Practical and steady, the Lauren serger makes sure every stitch stays in place with professional quality and incredible speed. This easy-to-thread serger can handle 4/3/2 thread serging, blind hems, a narrow rolled edge and more. Lauren loves to give projects a finished look with reinforced stitches and decorative edging, so she's great to have around for virtually every project. To learn ...
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That darn pattern…

July 14, 2009 in General

I recently made the cutest little purse out of some cute little Mizzou (where I am sending my daughter off to college)fabric.  It didn't go together as easily as I had hoped.  Let me share with you a couple of things I have learned during this project that may be helpful. 1.  Read the pattern instructions before beginning.  I like to read ...
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