HAND QUILTING DESIGNS
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No More Tangled Thread
One of the biggest annoyances of hand sewing is getting thread all tangled up. Leah Rybak gives us a helpful tip to help prevent this problem. Using beeswax helps the thread from sticking together and makes hand sewing a much more enjoyable experience.
No Knot on Wrong Side of Fabric
When doing hand stitching, whether on a garment or home decor project, it is not always possible to start that stitching along the edge of the fabric, at a hem or in some other area where knots and thread ends can be easily hidden. Ashley Hough shows you how to start your hand stitching with no knot needed on the wrong side of the fabric, making it look more professional while still allowing it to hold the thread securely in place.
The Only Hand Stitching Tip You Need for Accurate Spacing | NSC
Many people tend to shy away from hand stitching because of either the length of time it takes to complete the stitching or the difficulty of ensuring that the stitches look nice and even. Ashley Hough shares a fun hand stitching tip that makes accurately spacing your hand sewing stitches quicker and easier.
Amy Ellis offers an abundance of information and knowledge for finishing quilts on a home sewing machine! Learn about ideal tools for quilting and get tips and tricks for success in your quilting projects. Straight-line quilting and free-motion quilting will be explored, with lots of options for all your quilt tops. Plus, a free quilting motif book with class registration!