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How to Threading Your Sewing Machine | Jack F4 Sewing Machine | Best

How to Threading Your Sewing Machine | Jack F4 Sewing Machine | Best

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Winy Smit-Viujk textile artist and her work

Winy Smit-Viujk textile artist and her work

this knitted piece of work came about really a very long time ago I was helping Julia caprara out on the on the show and as a thank-you she gave me some Hanks of this yarn and I bought myself the needles and I played about with it and to be the part played about to get apart and then I hang it up on the wall like it is here on the three and I thought that's it that's…

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Stitches: Filled Tubular Netting

Stitches: Filled Tubular Netting

I really love a netted rope because there is a lot of white space between the beads so it gives it kind of an airy feel to it the downside of a netted rope is that it collapses down on itself there's nothing holding it open other than the tension of your thread and over time your thread will get softer and softer and so it kind of collapses down a lot of people don't like that look so what…

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How to Make a Sketchbook | DIY Coptic Stitch Bookbinding Tutorial | Sea Lemon

How to Make a Sketchbook | DIY Coptic Stitch Bookbinding Tutorial | Sea Lemon

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to turn a pad of drawing paper into a simple sketchbook using coptic stitch binding. This binding allows the sketchbook to lay flat, making it easy to draw in. The tools you'll need are:a cutting mat, a utility knife a utility knife a pencil a bone folder, a light duty awl and a heavy duty awl scissors waxed cotton or linen thread and a large needle. For this book, I'm using an 11…

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Stitching with Stamping

Stitching with Stamping

hey everyone it's Jennifer thanks so much for stopping by today's video is going to show some tips and tricks for adding some stitching to your handmade cards now this is really easy to do if you cheat a little bit and stamp your stamped image first and then stitch over it so you're just using a stamped image as a guide and that way makes it look like you just free stitched an image but really you used a…

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How to Sew a Zipper | National Sewing Circle

How to Sew a Zipper | National Sewing Circle

when installing a center zipper there's many ways in methodologies to do so the basic is to go ahead and do your basting stitches for the length of the zipper so you kind of lay this down on your seam allowance you know how far to baste and then you go back to your normal seam stitch length after the zipper end you open it up and iron this flat this is where this is the easy part right you…

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