Beth Bradley teaches you how to change the settings on a serger so you can use it in more fun and creative ways. You will learn the differences between a sewing machine and serger and how you control the length, width, knife, and type of stitch within the serger. Beth also covers basic uses for a serger and shows how to perform a correctly formed over-lock stitch.
Set-In Seams & Fabrics for Quilts
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 >>
Make simple and elegant earrings and see how different yarns can change their look. Crochet designer Linda Permann’s instructions include how to add earring wires. In this video, Linda demonstrates how to make these cute earrings using a worsted weight yarn. She notes that these earrings can also easily be made with a small crochet…Watch Now >>
Crochet Buttonholes & Button Bands
Crochet designer Linda Permann shares three different methods for making buttonholes, then walks you through the process of designing and spacing your buttonholes on a button band. With Linda’s simple formulas and step-by-step guidance, you’ll see how easily you can create professional-looking cardigans, button-up vests and more! Linda begins by exploring three different ways to…Watch Now >>
Marking Quilts for Quilting
Explore tools that help you mark your designs before you quilt. Expert quilter Kelly Ashton leads the way! Learn how to use a pounce pad, stencils and a variety of marking pens. Then, look at hera markers and adhesive templates, both of which can be used after your quilt is already basted, and won’t ever…Watch Now >>