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sew a straight line: Plain Seam with Bound Edges

Plain Seam with Bound Edges

Catherine explains: "To keep the quilting lines straight and even, use blue painter's masking tape to mark line guides. You can reuse several times before replacing. Brilliant!

Catherine explains: "To keep the quilting lines straight and even, use blue painter's masking tape to mark line guides. You can reuse several times before replacing. And then the stupid guide bar won't keep snagging the quilt.

Trick to sew straight lines from corner to corner without drawing a gazillion lines

Sewing - Handy trick from Cluck Cluck Sew - "Triangle Corner Trick". Instead of drawing pencil lines from corner to corner, place tape along the bed of your machine in line with your needle, and keep your corners in line with that instead!

How to paint a grainsack inspired table runner | awonderfulthought.com

How to Paint a Grainsack Inspired Table Runner

How to paint a grainsack inspired table runner / DIY table runner / farmhouse style table runner

sew a straight line: Plain Seam with Clean-Edge Finish

sew a straight line: Plain Seam with Clean-Edge Finish

sew a straight line: Plain Seam

sew a straight line: Plain Seam

sew a straight line: French Seam

sew a straight line: French Seam

sew a straight line: Plain Seam Using Basting Stitch

Plain Seam Using Basting Stitch

Sewing 101: Sew a straight line

Sewing 101: Sew a straight line (Punkin Patterns)

Finally learn how to serge tutorial about starting, stopping and unpicking your serged stitch!

Happy Mama Tales dives into Tips and Tricks of a serger in the Learn to Serge Series: Tips and Tricks lesson. Learn more about serger tips and tricks here.

sew a straight line: Curved Seam

sew a straight line: Curved Seam

inserto di cordoncino tra cuciture, corded sewing, per rifinire bordi

sew a straight line: Corded Seam

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