Seamsandscissors.com

Seamsandscissors.com has Server used 143.204.146.123 IP Address with Hostname in United States. Below listing website ranking, Similar Webs, Backlinks. This domain was first 2014-06-02 (7 years, 360 days) and hosted in Wilmington United States, server ping response time 10 ms

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Website: Seamsandscissors.com
Hostname: server-143-204-146-123.ewr52.r.cloudfront.net
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Region: DE
City: Wilmington
Postal Code: 19808
Latitude: 39.73509979248
Longitude: -75.668403625488
Area Code: 302
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Seamsandscissors.com   DA: 24 PA: 24 MOZ Rank: 48

  • Here is a full color photo tutorial of how to make a quick and simple tote bag for your goodies and supplies
  • Only in California! Am I Right? Recently in California, it became illegal—yes I said illegal—for grocery stores to give you a plastic or even paper bag
  • They can SELL you a "reusable" plastic bag, but the money goes to the state

Statshow.com   DA: 16 PA: 25 MOZ Rank: 42

  • seamsandscissors.com has a global rank of #442,047 which puts itself among the top 500,000 most popular websites worldwide
  • seamsandscissors.com rank has decreased -9% over the last 3 months
  • seamsandscissors.com was launched at June 2, 2014 and is 7 years and 329 days
  • It reaches roughly 32,370 users and delivers about 71,220 pageviews each month

Primecp.com   DA: 15 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 67

  • SeamsandScissors.com hosted the charity drive June 1 through June 25 that asked readers to send to Prime old fabric to donate to Urban Threads Studio, or UTS, for their summer camp incentive for children
  • Urban Threads Studio, a not-for-profit organization, located at the Bridgeport Art Center in Chicago, Illinois, teach problem solving skills

Allfreesewing.com   DA: 21 PA: 44 MOZ Rank: 68

  • Use a hair straightener to press fabric between buttons or embellishments
  • Cut a straight line through burlap by pulling out one strand and cutting along the gap
  • Substitute soap for chalk when tracing lines on fabric
  • Store pins, needles, and thread in a matchbox or pill bottle for a mini, on-the-go sewing case.

Pinterest.com.au   DA: 20 PA: 34 MOZ Rank: 58

  • Sep 15, 2019 - Seams and Scissors is a blog where sewing and quilting are celebrated every day
  • Visit us at www.seamsandscissors.com!

Wikihow.com   DA: 15 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 38

  • Flip the fabric over and repeat the ironing and scraping process
  • Press the fabric with an iron, then scrape the holes 2 to 3 times with your fingernail
  • Go horizontally across the holes first, then vertically
  • Like with the front, you may have to repeat the steaming and scraping process a few times.

Pinterest.com   DA: 17 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 55

  • Guest Post: How to Sew a French Seam - Seams And Scissors
  • Today’s Tips and Tricks Tuesday is by Hanne Vandersteen! She’s going to teach us an important sewing technique – how to sew a French seam
  • This is a great tip to use if you’re working with delicate fabrics! For more of her posts, you can check out her blog

Allfreesewing.com   DA: 21 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 78

  • When it comes to washing vintage clothing and cleaning antique fabrics, both hot and cold water can do damage
  • Be sure to follow the usual protocol for washing the type of fabric on the garment, but avoid too intense of a temperature
  • Generally, lukewarm or room temperature water is much better than hot or cold water

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