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I've learned to sew jersey on a regular sewing machine!

Jersey used to be my "Fabric Enemy No.1".
On the floor of my wardrobe there was an ever growing pile of t-shirts that needed revamping, but all previous attempts to sew knitted fabrics had failed miserably. Some people told me I would need an overlocker to sew jersey.

So I when I came across Tilly And The Buttons' online workshop "Learn to sew jersey tops on a regular sewing machine" I decided to give it a go.

In the additional video's Tilly explains all techniques in detail. (Thank you, Tilly!) And all questions in the forum are answered quickly. It was also nice to see everyone's shared results.

The Agnes top pattern is so versatile: you just want to make more and more tops!

A few tips I took from the course:
- A running foot might be very handy for my sewing machine if I want to sew more jersey.
- The moment I was thinking: "yes yes, I know, Tilly, I have to check that my seam allowances are not folded" I noticed the neckline I had just fin…