SEWING BASICS FOR HOME ACCESSORIES e-Course
takes your home decor to the next level
for pretty finishes that give your home sewing projects
the CUSTOM LOOK AND FEEL YOU DESIRE.
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PROVEN Video Instruction,
STEP-BY-STEP lessons come right into your email inbox,
SIMPLY learn from home.
Lesson One - On The Fringe (How to add ready-made trims to your home decor projects.)
Lesson Two - The Cording (How to cover raw cording for piped/corded detailing.)
Lesson Three - The Ruffling (How to make a gathered ruffle and sew it to your projects.)
Lesson Four - The Knife Pleat (How to make and sew knife-pleat ruffling into your projects.)
Lesson Five - Mitering a Banded Edge (How to add a banded edge and miter the corners for fine detailing.)
Lesson Six - Easy and Fine Finished Edges (Techniques that give your projects professional edging details.)
Lesson Seven - Hemming by Hand and Machine (Options for hemming - the choice is yours.)
FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME.
NO HAULING YOUR MACHINE ACROSS TOWN.
ON YOUR TIME SCHEDULE.
AT YOUR LEISURE.
Seven video lessons to view at home
- at your convenience, on your time schedule.
Receive lessons initially through email reminders
- first review for familiarity,
- one quick lesson each day for one week.
Lifetime access for later use whenever needed.
Lesson videos under 30 minutes, including printable calculation sheets.
Printable companion instructions for each video lesson in the course.
Easy-to-locate topics for viewing later while making your projects.
Linda, a Curtain Queen Creates reader:
The problem is my pressor foot is too wide to get around the ring AND stay on the tape! What am I to do??? I can't stand the thought of sewing these individual rings on these curtains! I am using the most narrow of my pressor feet. Please help me! By the way, I am learning so much from your tutorials. Thank you for doing this. Sincerely, Linda
Kimberly, a reader at Curtain Queen Creates:
Please don't stop what you're doing! And thank you for helping to make my house a home. It's been a long journey getting to this point.
Kathy, a Curtain Queen Creates reader:
When you are making panels with a large flower pattern do you concern yourself more with the pattern start on the top or if there is a full pattern ending at the bottom? I usually think about the pattern when sewing, but I know the workroom I worked for years ago just cut. I would love to know your thought on that. Thanks again for being available to all of us with questions. Thanks, Kathy.