The Dresden Plate pattern is not just for quilters – you can use it for your next sewing project too! Nicole LaFoille shows you step by step how she uses the Dresden Plate pattern to create a fun and unique piece that can be used as a pot holder, trivet, or even a place setting at your dinner table.
Christina Patzman talks about which types of lining are appropriate for various fabrics. She goes into detail about why the hang loose (polyester) and ambiance (bemberg rayon) are her favorites and discusses when you should use them. You will also learn about non-traditional lining fabrics such as pongee, china silk, and taffeta.Watch Now >>
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). Related…Watch Now >>
Kair Bjordahl will help you get started making a garment on the bias, adding bias strips to a project, or binding a project using bias binding. She introduces you to her three steps to learning about the basics of grain, shows how to cut out a pattern piece on the bias, and even showcases some…Watch Now >>