Worry no more! This class will cover what you need to know to manage your embroidery design collection whether you use a Mac or PC Windows. You will learn to navigate the web to purchase and download new designs and fonts. Basic Computer Skills 2. It's a fun and very informative session where friends gather and show off their latest projects. Please call in advance so that we may prepare enough seating. Learn to finish your quilts on your domestic sewing machine in this hands-on beginning free-motion quilting class presented by Cherry Guidry. Cherry will cover machine set-up, using the right needles, threads, batting and sewing machine feet.
You will learn to stitch-out many fun and easy free-motion fillers while creating a reference book you'll be able to use time and time again. Going To Peices Guild Meeting. Machine Embroidery Club. Anyone may attend this class regardless of the type of embroidery machine you own. Most classes are lecture presentations. Only registered users can write reviews.
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Buy Now. Your Satisfaction Guaranteed. Sew, enjoy! Sign Up for Our Newsletter:. Sign me up! Each bag can be machine-sewn, but they are designed to be made in natural fabrics that are lightweight enough to be easily sewn by hand. With Takahashi's expert guidance, beginning sewers with little or no previous experience can learn to make these understated and elegant handbags.
Everything you need to know is here, from finding your personal sewing style to creating a product line, identifying customers, equipping a sewing studio, pricing and selling your work, marketing, designing patterns, and handling the business and legal side of sewing. And that's not all! The book also includes 16 projects to start sewing and selling right now. Bonus - 16 Starter Projects.
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How to sell locally and online Hands-on guide for starting and running a successful home sewing business is a win for you too - you sell the fabric and supplies Informative interviews with four women who already run profitable sewing businesses Includes 16 projects to sew and sell - perfect to pitch as classes to make aprons, tote and messenger bags, tablet covers, baby quilts, and more Plus pattern pullout. It can be difficult to find bag designs that really inspire you: you might want the shape and pockets of one combined with the size and handles of another.
But how do you put all these different elements together to create your perfect bag? Let sewing superstar Debbie Shore equip you with all the techniques you need to create 12 beautiful, customisable projects, and then show you how to apply these techniques and ideas to create your own unique designs. The projects are wide-ranging, giving you plenty of ideas and techniques to try out, including a large, square-bottomed beach bag, a zipped, curved-top shoulder bag, an oilcloth tote, a pleated cosmetic bag, and a three-pocket cross-body bag with a magnetic fastener.
Learn how to complete a range of techniques, from adding piping and making eyelets to inserting zips, adding handles and straps and creating a square bag base. What you create next is up to you!
Mix and match techniques, fabrics and ideas to create a truly personal bag. All the techniques and stitches you need are clearly explained, and the projects can all be made on a basic sewing machine. The book is packed full of Debbie's friendly help and advice, with all the projects shown using clear step-by-step photography and easy-to-follow instructions. Kawaii Craft Life takes advantage of this growing and popular movement, with a focus on embroidery, cross-stitch, and feltcraft. Featuring approximately 35 kawaii-style projects from a fudge pop plushie and coffee cup cozie to a succulent smartphone case cover and a narwhal brooch, and more than 35 beautiful full-color photos and step-by-step illustrations that showcase the adorable projects.
Also included are templates for projects and instructions for creating gifts with a kawaii touch: apple pie apronsushi magnetsmilk and cookie earringssweet dreams slumber maskanimal wine charmsavocado gift tagwoodland critters garlandand more!
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Expert seamstress Emma Hardy explains how to make beautiful and unique clothes for your children with these 25 simple and practical designs. Make charming clothes for your children by combining a few easy-to-learn stitches with great fabrics and trims - choose from the different projects, including party frocks and pinafore dresses, simple shirts and elasticated trousers, sleepwear, and accessories such as hats, bibs, bootees and aprons.
There are clothes for young boys and girls, toddlers and babies, all with full-size paper patterns provided. Packed with useful tips and sewing techniques, Making Children's Clothes is a comprehensive guide to creating fantastic items that any child will love to wear. Discover a fresh take on a traditional craft in this ultimate introduction to the art of punch needling. Giving this forgotten craft a modern twist is author Arounna Khounnoraj aka Bookhou. One of Canada's most sought after mentors and creatives, she has caused a social media storm with her beautiful images and videos featuring her modern interpretation of this craft.
In Punch Needle Workshop she shows you how to create your own floral and abstract designs, teaches the basic stitches and guides you in mastering punch needling through a stylish collection of 20 homeware and accessory projects. It won't take long to ace, as this is one of the most straightforward crafts to pick up - all you need is your hands, a ball of yarn, some fabric and a punch needle.
Discover how to create stunning cushions, wall art, bags, a blanket and an impressive rug with the help of illustrated step-by-steps, pattern charts and inspirational project photography. Each piece highlights Arounna's beautiful botanical and abstract pattern work, sense of colour and combination of stitches, which bring this age-old technique bang up to date. Arounna also shows you how to develop and translate your own designs into beautiful pieces to feature around your home.
So once you have mastered the basics, you can begin to design your own creations Popular author Corinne Lapierre creates a charming range of 20 exquisite folk embroidered felt birds. Including a swan, a hen, a goose, a partridge, an owl, a dove, a peacock and a flamingo. Beautifully made in lovely, soft colours, the birds are filled with toy stuffing and embellished with folk-style surface embroidery in different-coloured threads.
The stitches include chain stitch, feather stitch, fly stitch, running stitch, blanket stitch, French knots and satin stitch.
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There are also bead and sequin embellishments on some birds. The book includes lovely, hand-drawn step-by-step illustrations and there are same-size templates at the back of the book for all the designs. The birds all have optional ribbon hangers for display. Part of a fantastic series of stash-busting sewing books, here are 25 fabulous projects to make, each using only one fat quarter. Fat Quarter: One-Piece Projects is ideal for using up small pieces of fabric to create a range of decorative and useful items for your home.
Perfect for gifts to friends and family! Projects include: oven mitt pin board slippers child's apron baby mobile Projects are suitable for beginner to intermediate sewers.