Adaku Parker returns to Hochanda TV, with her beautiful African wax print fabrics and sewing patterns this Saturday 9th May 2020 at 5 pm!
Growing up, the Voice Newspaper, was something that was always in our house. So you can imagine that being featured in the news section of the pape...
Introducing Meghan: Dovetailed London's newest sewing pattern. This boat neck line tunic is an absolute wardrobe staple that is both stylish yet v...
It's fair to say that 2019 has been pretty good for Dovetailed so far and I'm really excited to share, with those of you who haven't heard, that I...
Join us at our first ever pop-up in our new and exciting premises at Unit 116, 397 - 411 Westferry Road, London, E14 3AE. Come along to shop for beautiful African wax print fabrics, sewing patterns and sewing supplies that you will need to complete your garments such as threads, bias binding, zips and elastic. You can also bring your own sewing patterns to get advice on fabric selection and amount.
This move means that the company can meet the increasing demand for the beautiful African wax print fabrics that we sell. The increased space will also allow us to run more sewing workshops.
Pressing blends and sets your stitches, eliminates or reduces bulk in some areas and helps create a garment that lies flat and falls properly when you wear it. When you "press," you move the iron across the fabric by lifting it up and putting it back down in an overlapping pattern. When you "iron," you slide the iron across the fabric with a back-and-forth motion. Ironing may stretch or distort the fabric; pressing won't.
This pattern is perfect for beginners. Whether you are new to sewing, new to African wax prints or both! For more experienced sewers, you'll be able to complete this project in about an hour or so. Pattern matching can be tricky when sewing with wax prints, however, with only 2 pattern pieces, pattern matching is a breeze!
Come and learn how to sew with African wax print fabrics! During this four week course, you will learn many basic machine and hand sewing skills an...
The term ‘African wax print’ is a term of art used to identify a category of textiles in vibrant colours which are printed by machine using wax resins and dyes so that they have a batik-like effect on both sides of the fabric.
The Festival of Quilts is back!! This event is the biggest patchwork and quilting event in Europe and will be taking place between 1 - 4 August 2019 at the Birmingham NEC.
Great news! Dovetailed African wax print fabrics have been featured in the dressmaking section of Sew Magazine's August 2019 edition!
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