Behind the Scenes Baby Lock Destiny Sewing and Embroidery Machine
Behind the Scenes with the Baby Lock Destiny…the ultimate sewing and embroidery machine to let your creativity bloom!adds. I can incorporate with my name's Gregory isn't it I think Christmas tree yes sir isn't getting the video. And now we sent him the ability. To text it's all done this he did not
Machine Minute: Sew a Button by Machine
It's easy to sew buttons on using your sewing machine! Watch this video to find out how!Machine Minute is brought to you by Baby Lock and the Crescendo sewing machine . Today I'm going to show you how to sew on a button using your sewing machine . So let's get started. So the foot we're using for this process is a button sewing foot and it's got a metal piece on the bottom that is a little bit spring loaded . And so that way, you can slip your button right in. And then I'm just going to do a zigzag stitch that doesn't move, because my feed dogs will be dropped, right in those two holes and my button will be attached. Alright, I've set my machine to button sewing.
Machine Minute: Adding Borders
Adding borders to your quilt is a great way to finish it off. Here are some tips for measuring to ensure a square result.take the average, and I cut my two borders strips to that average length . Then I match the ends and the center, and then match the center points between those two points. At that point, if my border is longer or whichever piece is longer, I put down toward the feed dogs in the machine as I feed it in. And that can take care of any small adjustments you need to make to
Machine Minute: Mitered Corner Binding
Hi, I'm Linda, and today's machine minute is brought to you by Baby Lock and the Crescendo machine. And we're going to talk a little bit about mitering the corners in your bindings. So let's get started. So I started sewing my binding on. I've got my quarter inch quilting foot with guide on my
Machine Quilting: Sizing Designs
Changing the size of your designs can add interest and movement to your quilting.out. So here I have the rectangle. I'm going to get a water soluble pen or marking utensil and I'm going to just separate it in sections. Now for here, let's say I wanted to go smaller in the corner and then gradually bigger, so I would just mark two general lines to generally divided into three sections. And then I'll start quilting. So let's do pebbles." "And the importance of having a water soluble marker as opposed to an air soluble marker is you want that designed to be there a little bit longer in casewhole time that you're doing it because then you know it's a visual cue in keeping your sections sort of straight from one another." "Yes, and if you're working over a whole large quilt and you have some hanging over, you're not going to maybe remember exactly where you had that marked out, so that helps give you a road map , just a guide." "Terrific, so when it comes time to erase the water soluble marker, you'll have a gradual treat." "All you'll see is a transition." "Great idea. I love the idea of changing the scale
Gift Wrap Pillow
Wrap a 14"-square pillow form with one yard of fabric for a great gift for a sewing friend!
Machine Quilting Designs: Clamshell
The clamshell design is a versatile option for your quilt. Try the basic design or add a little flair for a unique look. Angela Walters and Jennifer Keltner show you how.
Pretty Fabric Ornament
Finish ornaments in a snap for perfect tree decorations or gifts! Download the ornament template at www.allpeoplequilt.com/circle.
Machine Minute: Couching Threads
Adding threads to your piecework is easy with the free motion couching foot attachment. Watch this video to learn how!machine minute is brought to you by Baby Lock and the Crescendo sewing machine . Today we're going to talk about using your free-motion couching foot. Free-motion couching is a great way to add detail to a
Texturize Your Fabric
Learn to add a little dimension to your quilts with a texturizing polyester fabric.