How to Tie off the end of your crochet project so it does not unravel
You've finished your very first crochet project! Congratulations! But now how do you tie off the yarn in such a way as to keep the whole thing from unraveling? This video demonstrates a simple and easy technique to finish your project and keep it together.
Ultimate Serger Techniques, Part 2 Video from Sewing with Nancy. If you keep your serger set at the basic 4-thread stitch, join Nancy and serger pro Pam Mahshie to take your creative sewing and serging in a new direction. Explore stitches and threading possibilities as the journey continues and you learn the basics. Then branch out into new directions with techniques you’ll love, for an ultimate serger experience!
Serger Workshop, Part 2 Video from Sewing with Nancy. Learn rolled hem and flatlock stitch basics as you serge samples for a workbook. Nancy and Pam Mahshie, Baby Lock's Educational Ambassador, join forces to bring you this serger workshop. They also teach you to serge elegant "fish line" rolled hems for evening wear and artistic flatlock stitches with added ribbons and more.
Serger Boutique, Part 2 Video from Sewing with Nancy. Use your serger to make a ruffled tee dress, a vintage stitched or woven fab finished pillow, and a trendy table runner with an innovative cover stitched binding. Nancy and serger specialist Barbara Goldkorn share their expert techniques for serging impressive projects that are timelessly chic, yet simple to make.
If you’re sewing over a seam as we do when we’re either making pieced units or stitching together blocks, sometimes the sewing machine doesn’t pull the fabric through to create a normally spaced stitch length. This is a simple problem to resolve. What happens is, as the front of the foot elevates to go over …