[intro music] Hi everyone! It’s Annika here. So…as you can probably hear, I have a cold so just excuse my funny voice right now. Today I’m going to be showing you how to embroider words onto your clothes. So like, for example this is a dress that I did. Okay this one isn’t very good, […]
Hi, I’m Clara from Online Fabric Store. Today I’m going to make double sided napkins with mitered corners. A mitered corner is when two sides come together at a 45 degree angle. You can use this technique to create a polished look on many sewing projects like tablecloths, blankets, quilts, and curtains. So let’s get […]
Go to www.beadaholique.com to purchase beading supplies and to get design ideas! Hi this is Julie with beadaholique.com Today I’ll show you how to decrease a square stitch in bead weaving. I have a sample here that I’ve done don’t worry about where my threads are coming out. I actually wove them back in You […]
Hi, this is Karen from Karen’s monsters and today I’m going to show you how to start an embroidery. Alright, let’s get started so I already have my fabric printed with my pattern on it. I actually used an iron on transfer pencil in order to do this so this these marks are going to […]
Hi I’m Angel with Fleecefun.com. Today I’m going to show you how to make an adorable heart pillow that you can make with or without ruffle fabric and it comes in three sizes. For this pattern, you will need the following. A printed out version of the free PDF pattern that’s available on fleecefun.com. 2/3 […]
embroidery stitches cross stitch cross stitch isn’t easy to master border stitch perfect for geometric designs charted patterns or lettering, border stitches are used to create broad decorative straight lines frames and edgings. They can be worked in straight or curved rows singly as outlines or repeated to form a filling to cover a large […]
Hi, I’m Jen from Online Fabric Store. Today we’re going to make a medium tiered ruffle skirt out of cotton jersey. This skirt is comfortable and easy to wear in the summer. So let’s get started. The materials you’ll need are: a rotary cutter mat, a rotary cutter, a fabric pen or marker. 2 yards […]
And make sure the thread is long enough to cover a single petal or leaves. A buttonhole stitch is best done with a slightly thicker thread.