Classes with Jayne Brogan • Educational, G, 24-Jan-2022
Who doesn’t love a Crazy Patchwork project to use up your stash of scraps and threads.
In this video, Jayne Brogan and Valerie Nesbitt use programmed stitches from the quilting section of the sewing machine to add a decorative touch to Crazy Patchwork. They find that the size of the pieces inspires the choice of stitch and thread colour.
Pay close attention for a tip on how to leave long threads, top & bottom, making it easier to tie off.
This video is also part of the #IDidntLikeToAsk Video series hosted by Valerie Nesbitt and Jayne Brogan.
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