Zede's Sewing Studio

The midwest’s place to learn and shop all things sewing and embroidery.
Parkade Center
601 Business Loop 70 W #208
Columbia, MO 65203
(573) 874-2500

Join there Sewing Club for Show and Tell, Chit and Chat and new sewing techniques.
2011 Club Schedule
September 9 at 6 p.m./ September 10 at 10 a.m.
October 13 at 6 p.m./ October 14 at 10 a.m.
November 10 at 6 p.m./ November 11 at 10 a.m.
December – No Club
Advantages of Becoming A Club Member
Along with a 10% discount on purchases this is what happens during Club…
Zede’s Sewing Studio
www.SewHere.com

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NY Sewing School of the Week

by on 08/17/2011

Peterson Sewing School

 

 

 

Meet Barbara Peterson Owner of the Peterson Sewing School

I live in Syracuse NY.  I own and operate Peterson Sewing School. We currently have 10 instructors. Classes/workshops for (all levels and ages) include: sewing, sketching, illustration, pattern making, draping, etc. We also conduct textile, accessory and fashion business classes/workshops/seminars.

920 Euclid Ave
Syracuse, New York 13210
Tel: (315) 446-4668
Fax: (315) 422-2138

info@petersonsewingschool.com

Don’t Miss out on the Up coming Pastry Party

PASTRY PARTY

Charlottes Desserts

Charlottes Desserts

Melanie Kayser – Brown, owner of Charlotte’s Desserts will be hosting a Pastry Party on Sunday, August 21, 2011.  The time:  3 – 6pm.  So come on out and sample  some of Charlotte’s Desserts mini cupcakes, brownies and other goodies.
I know you’re probably saying to yourself, “Why is a sewing school sponsoring a Pastry Party?”  Charlotte’s Desserts provided the cake for our ‘Over The Top Fashion Swap’ in April 2011.  The cake was not only fantastic it was decorated in the most fashionable way.  And we love supporting female owned businesses, sew come on out and support Charlotte’s Desserts with us!  www.charlottesdesserts.com

Sponsored by Syracuse Fashion Week and Peterson Sewing School

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How To Make Roman Shades

August 5, 2011

No Sew Roman Shades are as easy as 1.2.3 Just follow the instructions on the slide presentation and your shade can be finished by the end of the day.   You will also find all of the supplies needed to make your Roman Shades at Home Fashions U. You can also watch the videos about the [...]

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How to Make No Sew Grommet Drapes

August 5, 2011

I love using the grommet tape and snap in grommets. You can sew the tape to the header or if you are not a sewer you can use Sealah Tape and tape the grommet tape to the back side of your curtains and just snap the grommets in the whole on the front of your [...]

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Sew It Yourself Slipcovers

July 21, 2011

Sew It Your Self Slipcovers (SIYS) is your online resource for everything related to slipcover education. You will find information on everything from sewing your own slipcovers to starting and running your own custom slipcover business. In all my teaching and talking with people about slipcovers, I realized there is a need for professional slipcover [...]

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How to Insert a Top Loading Bobbin

July 19, 2011

This Video is from Zedes Sewing Studio located in Columbia, MO. It’s very important to thread you bobbin correctly, if is threaded wrong your top thread will be loose or floppy. Technorati Tags: Inserting Top Loaded Bobbin

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Sewing Classes in Lees Summit, MO

March 7, 2011

Check out what they are sewing at Zoelee’s Fabrics & Sewing School! Pull-on made from one of Micheal Miller interlock print with round neckline and short gathered sleeves, stripe knit lycra used for leggins and trim cut on the bias for the neckline and sleeve.  Front empire waist with skirt gathered to bodice.  Omit center [...]

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Who is Sewing In America

February 7, 2011

I would love to hear from everyone that is Sewing In America.  If you are sewing for fun or profit we would love to add you to our list of sewers.  I just added us to Technorati and it is a great place to get exposure on your sewing blog. While I was cruising Technorati [...]

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Seamstress: Overview of This Sewing Profession

January 16, 2011

Seamstress: Overview of This Sewing Profession Becoming a seamstress is not as easy as it sounds. A good seamstress knows things most people never even consider, and has secrets for quality and craftsmanship that make their sewing stand out. It’s not easy to make a living as seamstress, but it is quite possible. This article [...]

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History of Sewing Machines

January 8, 2011

A sewing machine is a textile machine used to stitch fabric, cards and other material together with thread. Sewing machines were invented during the first Industrial Revolution to decrease the amount of manual sewing work performed in clothing companies. Since the invention of the first working sewing machine, generally considered to have been the work [...]

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