Duvet Tutorial or “Make Your Own Damn Duvet!”
Aren’t you tired of really expensive duvets? I have been looking for a while but couldn’t find anything that I loved , ya know? I mean, eve...
Make a Self Binding Baby Blanket with Jenny Doan of Missouri Star (Instructional Video)
Click here for supplies: http://missouriquiltco.com Jenny Doan demonstrates how to make a quick and easy self-binding baby blanket. This sweet little receivi...
Stitch Play: Raised Stem Stitch
Raised stem stitch is a great way to create thick, textured ribbons, bands, ropes, tree trunks, caterpillars... lots of possibilities with this technique! There are different ways to go about raised stem stitch - you can really raise it by working it over a cord or rope padding (as is done in Ca
Double Fold Binding Tutorial :: Part One
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Bullion knot stitch
Bullion Knot stitch Also known as caterpillar stitch, worm stitch, roll stitch and Puerto Rico Rose. Bullion knot stitch, more prominent than a straw needle is ideal as it is a…
How To Transfer Embroidery Patterns - video | Shiny Happy World
In this video I show you three different ways to transfer embroidery patterns - including my favorite method - one that even works on black velvet.
4 Surprisingly Easy Stitches for Perfect Hand Embroidered Letters
Hand embroidery brings a personal touch to just about any project, whether you're adding a quick quilt label or stitching your favorite quote to hang on the wall. Lettering is how you get there and we'll teach you how.
Trick for how to transfer embroidery patterns
No tracing!! See the easiest way for how to transfer embroidery patterns without any tracing. Print, stitch, wash away - click through to see it in action.
Christmas Crafts for Children
This is going to be a short little post to show you all some of the amazing things my class has been making for Christmas. I'm WAY behind o...
Milla und der Schneemann
Jetzt endlich: Das 3. Advents-Tutorial (sozusagen geringfügig verspätet). Diesmal: Patchwork-Tischläufer mit revoluzzzionärer Stickerei. Ja, das Sticken hat es mir momentan tatsächlich angetan.