Isabel Misner
Isabel Misner
A professional seamstress. Isabel has her own video blog where she shares her experience about all the aspects of sewing – from choosing suitable materials to step-by-step instructions on how to sew a summer skirt.

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10 Best Sewing Machines For All Kinds Of Skills And Projects (Winter 2023)
Whether you’ve been looking for a new hobby or are completing sewing projects as a means for a little extra income, having the best sewing machine on the market can definitely help you with sewing tasks as quickly and efficiently as possible. If speed isn’t top priority on your list, you can also take your pick on ...
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Janome HD3000 Review (Winter 2023)
Janome HD3000 Review Janome has done an excellent job with this machine by ensuring that it comes fully packed with all the essentials, an aspect that makes it a good choice for advanced sewers as well as those that are just starting out. As noted above, this is a feature-rich machine with more than 10 key ...
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Brother PE770 Review (Winter 2023)
Brother PE770 Review Manufactured by Brother, one of the best-known makers of sewing and embroidery machines in the world, the Brother PE770 embroidery machine is an innovative machine that comes with a selection of prime features that make the embroidery process as seamless as possible. Featuring over 130 ...
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6 Best Commercial Embroidery Machines – Professional Results for Your Home Business (Winter 2023)
Buying the best commercial embroidery machine can easily take your business to the next level. While some embroidery machines designed for casual, home use can do some of the things you would expect from a commercial machine, you can’t rely on them to handle big project that need to be done in a specific period of ...
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Best 7 Irons for Sewing: Crease-Free Fabric for All Your Projects (Winter 2023)
If you are looking for an iron for sewing, the first thing you need to know is that you need one that is specifically designed for this type of ironing. As a rule of thumb, the best iron for sewing needs to have good steam pressure and control and it needs to be kept on – sometimes for hours at a time – without ...
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6 Best Rotary Cutters for Fabric – Forget Your Scissors! (Winter 2023)
Forget the scissors, how about opting for a rotary cutter for your sewing projects? But is it really a better option? Judging from how much easier it is to use, we certainly think so – no need to cut through multiple layers of fabric with scissors. The best rotary cutter will make a mundane and tiring task a lot ...
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9 Best Embroidery Software: Unleash Your Creativity (Winter 2023)
Even the best embroidery machine is pretty much useless in the absence of a top-quality embroidery software. There is a large selection of embroidery software available out there, but it can often be difficult to choose the right one, mostly because different brands of embroidery machines use different software. To ...
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5 Best Sewing Machines Under $200 – Great For Your Hobby And Budget (Winter 2023)
Buying a sewing machine that’s right for you will depend on your skill level and budget restriction. If you are a beginner, all you need is a basic model that can handle simple clothing or crafts projects. For more ardent seamstresses there are machines that, along with the basics, will also cater to more advanced ...
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9 Best Embroidery Threads for Hand and Machine Embroidery: Take Your Designs To The Next Level (Winter 2023)
Beautiful embroidery is much more than just the design – its look is often determined by the quality of the stitches and the type of thread used to create it. To create your own embroidery masterpiece, either as a hobby or for commercial purposes, you need to use the best embroidery thread you can get your hands on. ...
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Top 8 Sewing Machine Oils: Keep Your Machine Running Smoothly! (Winter 2023)
Whether you’re using an industrial embroidery machine for your business or a simple in-home sewing machine in your craft room, using oil for regular maintenance is essential. There are so many mechanical parts inside every sewing machine. They’re constantly moving and rubbing against each other and oiling your machine ...