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.
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 >>
Crochet artist Linda Permann shows you how to straighten out edges, replace missing stitches, link stitches to eliminate gaps while working flat or in the round, as well as how to create flawless, even edgings in this video. To begin, Linda discusses how to fix the side edges of a crochet fabric. If the fabric…Watch Now >>
Want your crochet to pop? Add dimension to double crochet with lovely flowers that seem to float on your background. Designer Marly Bird starts with flower placement before showing you how to create flowers within the pattern row. These flowers not only add color to your project, but they also add dimension, bringing a new…Watch Now >>
Pressing your quilt blocks correctly is the key to a flawless finish. Learn pro quilter Kelly Ashton’s tricks for setting and pressing seams to prevent bulky seam allowances that will be difficult to stitch over. You’ll also learn the circular approach to pressing, as well as Kelly’s favorite approach: covered convergence.Watch Now >>