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Sometimes it's difficult to know which type of binding to use for your project. This tutorial covers single folded, double folded and satin blanket binding. We cover the differences in these bias tapes and how to use them for your sewing projects.
Summers are made for enjoying the outdoors and this fun picnic blanket project won't take you long at all. Make one of these, fold it up into a convenient tote, and be on your way to your favorite park or beach outing.
Normally when I buy patterns, I buy fabrics at the same time and i’m usually having the staff from the fabric store assist me.
This time around I only just brought the patterns and i’ll buy the fabric later on down the track.
Now my problem is, I’m not too sure how to convert the yards (size on the pattern packet) to metres.
I was wondering if…[Read more]
I wonder if the non-double knit is a stable knit? If so that means it’s not really that stretchy while a double knit will stretch. For something like a jacket, it should be ok! I would just want to make sure they’re a similar weight so they’ll have a similar drape. (A lot of times, online fabric stores will send you a swatch so you can see it…[Read more]
Hi, I am looking at combining two knit fabrics in a jacket, one double knit and a “non-double knit.” Is there anything I should know before I buy them? Is there any way to determine whether they’re compatible? (The fabrics are at an online store.)