What is a muslin? Sewing instructor Janet Pray explains this prototype garment and why you should take the time to make one in order to ensure your garment will fit properly. While these garments are traditionally made of a thin cotton muslin, Janet discusses how other fabrics tell you more about the fit and a clever way to get an extra garment out of your project during the muslin phase!
Bring I-cord into your bag of skills for garments, accessories and home decor! Crochet designer Shannon Leigh Roudhán guides you through all the steps for crochet I-cords, starting with Romanian cord. Want to conquer cords for gorgeous borders? Follow along with Shannon and find out how to create the same styles as attached I-cords. The…Watch Now >>
With pro quilter Kelly Ashton as your guide, discover what types of fabric and prints work best for quilt backing and why. You can use the included worksheets to calculate the yardage needed and gain understanding of how your backing configuration can change these calculations. Plus get Kelly’s tips for piecing backing.Watch Now >>
In this lesson, Jenny McCoy introduces you to a classic Jewish bread called Challah that is soft, golden brown and slightly sweet. It is known for its ability to create gorgeous braided centerpieces and makes wonderful gifts for family and friends. Join Jenny as she shows you how to create two stunning breads from one…Watch Now >>
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 >>