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Written by Alison Kannon
Sewing could try the patience of a saint, but it is possible for an impatient person to sew with ease and pleasure. Alison has tips to help keep frustration at bay.
Written by Emma Harrington
Costuming can be tricky and learning disabilities add to the challenge. Emmalia shares tips on living and sewing with a learning disability.
Costuming's complicated at times - learning disabilities can make it more so. Emmalia advises costumers with a learning disability.
Written by Caroline La Porta
Masks are great fun for carnivals, cosplay or balls. Caroline shows how to make a new accessory that's a real conversation starter.
Written by Lisha Vidler
We've all seen costumes that look breathtaking - such as our competition entries. Here Lisha shares 10 tips to help us achieve a top-quality finish.
You're in charge of costumes for a theatrical production? There's a big task ahead! Lisha Vidler gives her tips on improving theatre costumes.
Tips on improving theatrical costume, including the tricky issue of skirt, petticoat and hoop length - how long should each be?
Sewing instructions continually warn us to avoid bulk. But what is "bulk"? Emmalia explains good bulk and bad bulk...
In the last part of her series, Lisha explains some final wardrobe tricks to ensure your theater production looks professional.
Written by Gina Barrett
Transform humble string into braids, cords, ties and fastenings for your historic costumes with Gina's guide to custom laces which add strength and color.
Unless your garment is fully lined, it's important to finish the seam allowances so the raw edges won't fray. Lisha shows us seven options.
Choosing a sewing machine can be overwhelming. Lisha explains what to look for when buying and advises on the features you'll really use.
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