Yes, sometimes you do have to rip back. Maybe that mistake is several inches back, or you knit the wrong pattern row, or you made multiple mistakes. Ann Budd shows you how to put in a lifeline that “saves” all your good knitting and lets you rip back without going too far. If you don’t have a lifeline, all is not lost; see how to pick up live stitches and how to “tink” (or knit backwards) to get your work back on the needle.
With the guidance of pro quilter Kelly Ashton, learn how Y-seams (also known as set-in seams) are used to bring blocks together, and find out how to work with bias edges to minimize distortion. Kelly also shares the keys to success when working with directional fabric.Watch Now >>
Quilt designer Kelly Ashton discusses the importance of labeling your quilts. She discusses what information to include and explains how to create a variety of quilt labels. She’ll also show you how to install a temporary or permanent sleeve to hang your quilt; it’s easier than you might think!Watch Now >>
Add another flavor dimension to your doughnuts with a variety of fillings including a summery strawberry jam, a delicate vanilla bean custard, bright and smooth lemon curd and a silky sweet mascarpone filling. First, Jenny steps you though creating a stovetop strawberry jam made from fresh strawberries. Her recipe is perfectly thickened with natural pectin…Watch Now >>
Needle and thread are key components of machine quilting. But knowing which types to use together can sometimes be a challenge. Pro quilter Kelly Ashton discusses thread weight and plies as well as fiber and needle types. Choose the perfect needle for your thread every time with Kelly’s expert tips.Watch Now >>