Bremerton, WA (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
In a world of disposable garments and fabric items, sewing in all its many forms is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. To assist individuals with a passion for stitchery, Jan Ross has launched Sew My Place that features sewing machine reviews, sewing projects and a forum to connect with others.
“You’ll find everything related to sewing on the site,” said Ross. “We have a community forum where you can connect with other sewing enthusiasts, ask questions, and share your own expertise.”
Home sewing projects are making a tremendous comeback as individuals seek outlets for their creative talents. Sewing aficionados are creating and designing their own garments, bedding, linens and decorative accessories. To assist sewers in locating the right machine for their needs, Sew My Place offers sewing machine reviews at http://www.sewmyplace.com/category/sewing-machine-reviews.
Visitors to the site have access to a wide variety of news, information and projects for those of all skill levels. Sewers can learn how to create drawstring bags, curtains, quilts, pillows and tablecloths that highlight their own sense of style. Tutorials include detailed instructions that are easy to understand and implement.
Sew My Place offers information on choosing the right fabric for specific projects, nationwide sewing organizations, tips on setting up a sewing room, and essential items in a hand sewing kit. Sewing is a traditional art form encompassing its own specialized vocabulary.
For those new to sewing, the site provides a list of sewing terms with which every new sewer should be familiar.
One of the site’s most popular features is the sewing machine reviews. Each machine is carefully researched and reviewed to assist sewers in choosing the right equipment for their needs, whether it’s their first or a replacement.
Sewing machines encompass a wide range of features and the site provides reviews of the top 10, along with “click here” links to merchants where shoppers can obtain the best prices.
The Brother PC-420 PRW Limited Edition Project Runway sewing machine heads the list of the top 10. It has 294 built-in stitches and users can create their own stitches, making it the ideal machine for novices and professionals. It comes with an LCD panel, built in memory and produces up to 850 stitches a minute. The machine has built in storage, a foot controller, eyelet punch, hard case and 25-year limited warranty.
The second most popular machine is the Brother CS6000i, with 60 built in stitches. The computerized, free-arm sewing machine features an LCD display, convenient keypad and reverse sewing button to prevent seams from unraveling.
Rounding out the top three reviews is the Singer 4423. It’s a heavy-duty model with a one-step buttonhole feature that comes with a myriad of accessories that includes needles, a dust cover and bobbins, along with a zipper, buttonhole and all-purpose foot. The machine has 23 built in stiches, automatic needle threader and produces 1,000 stiches per minute.
Experienced and novice sewers will find a wealth of sewing machine reviews, sewing projects and the latest information and technology news from the sewing world at Sew My Place. Sewing provides an alternative to disposable garments and fabric products, allowing individuals to express their own unique flair.
Sew My Place is helping new and professional sewers save money, find the best machine for their needs, and connect with a network of avid sewers.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.sewmyplace.com