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Plush Sewing Starter Tools Infographic

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Up until now, all of the plush sewing patterns I had available for free (sewdesune.deviantart.com/galle…) and for sale (www.etsy.com/shop/CholyKnight?…) assumed you have basic sewing knowledge. But I get so many beginning sewers trying out my patterns it only seems fair to create more tutorials on sewing basics -- particularly for plushies. So that's what this is :) I hope to keep making more and incorporate them into my patterns from now on so they'll be even more beginner-friendly.

There are a lot of other tutorials that list starter sewing tools, but this one has a slant towards the cost-conscious. I often get fans that tell me they can’t start sewing because they don’t have the money. I can completely sympathize with that, so this list goes through the most essential tools in this good-better-best format. This way you can pick your tools based on cost or what you might already have around the house.
In some cases I think it’s best to have all three, where the first option is great for general projects and the last is best for specific techniques. If you work your way up you can conquer more skills!  Again, this covers just the most basic tools, not fabric and other notions. And it’s what I’ve personally derived from my 17 years sewing :)
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I just got the exact machine that you have a picture of for the starter machine.... xD I'm having a little trouble with it, particularly getting the presser foot to work at a speed that's slow enough for my tastes. Any tips on this?