Quilting: What NOT to Pre-wash
Quick Tip – Creating Crisp Pillow Corners Need an Example? We’re in luck! Mathew has provided us with these great photos demonstrating exactly what he means!
Quilt Fabric Planning and Prewashing
When I first started sewing, I was obsessed with sewing knit. And I’m pretty confident that many of the first dresses and shirts that I made for my friends and family might not still be intact. And after a few years of persistence and humility, I can confidently say that I have conquered knit… enough … Read More
Part Two in this Three Part Series, will walk you through how to make a Stippled and Quilted, Zippered Sundry Bag so he (or she) has a place to put his toothbrush and comb for that Sleepover! Download the Protector of the Wild design from iBroidery.com, load it into your Brother Embroidery Machine and off … Read More
Sew a sweet quilt block with the classic look of candy hearts and loving sentiments. This quick and easy log cabin block looks great when you choose bright “candy like” colors. Instructions show you how to decorate the patchwork block with an easy in-the-hoop appliqué and bold lettering. Stitch as many blocks as you like … Read More
VIDEO: Part Two – Notions, French Seams & Pressing In Part Two of the Fifteen Part series about making your own Little Black (or Red…or Purple…) Dress with Angela Wolf, Angela discusses how to choose the right needles, thread and tailors chalk. She also teaches us how to make French seams, and tips on sewing … Read More