Whether a pattern calls for one or not a side seam pocket can be an easy addition to almost any pattern, and Beth Bradley shows you how! First Beth begins with what a side seam pocket is and what makes it an easy addition. Next, Beth moves on to how you go about adding the pocket to your pattern if it isn’t already there, and talks about the different pattern types that aren’t able to accommodate side seam pockets, like a skirt with a side zipper. Beth then talks about the different types of fabrics that can be used to make the pocket, from fabric matching the rest of the garment to a lining fabric. Finally, it’s in to how to draft the pattern and even customize it for your hand size. Beth then shows the finishing touches of how to sew the pockets into the side seams with ease.
Aurora Sisneros explains why baby bibs make great gifts for baby showers. You’ll learn how to make a reversible bib with laminated fabric and bias tape to border the bib. Aurora also teaches you how to make bias tape out of any fabric and discusses why you need to use the bias (or diagonal).Watch Now >>
The most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner. Ellen March walks us through a fun, holiday project! Watch as she shows us how to make a Christmas stocking with a basic pattern, while also adding simple embellishments that can be used to make the stocking your own. Get started today onWatch Now >>
Beth Bradley provides an overview and introduction to sashiko embroidery designs and techniques. Follow along as she walks you through the process from start to finish. She provides an overview of tools and floss recommendations, as well. Short on time? Beth shows off a specially-designed machine that will give you the sashiko embroidery look withoutWatch Now >>
Ellen March teaches you how to make a beautiful flower-shaped bath mat using heavy fabrics. You will need three fabrics – gripper (preferably by the yard), terry cloth for the outer fabric and an interlining microfiber soaker fabric. Ellen also discusses ways to save time and money by using items you have around your house.Watch Now >>