I started sewing when I was 7 or 8 years old.
And like many girls at that age I was interested in stuffed animals, dolls and making clothes and outfits and homes and living spaces for all of them.
I really didn’t get interested in making clothes until I was in college.
BUT I have always wanted to make quilts.
One of the first magazines I ever subscribed to was Threads magazine.
Threads not only has articles about fashion and making clothes, but it has always been a pioneer in creative thinking related to sewing. NOT a craft magazine but a creative magazine.
I came across this article on their website about machine tension.
In my machine quilting classes people are always asking me about this subject.
Click on the link and go take a look.
I think you can print the article as well. It is a great resource to have in the drawer of your sewing cabinet, or even on your computer, if you can remember what file you put it in
Happy SEWING today.