Pulling Thread Through your Work with Valerie Nesbitt
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 01-Jul-2013
No knots, no birds nests
When working with a quilt sandwich, you must remember that the back of your project needs to be as beautiful as the front – no knots and no bird nests!
This is easy when working by hand, but what do you do when using the machine and you want to start in the middle of your work? Well, Valerie shows you the answer in this video. You need to pull the bottom thread up through your work so that it is under control, and you can knot these off neatly later.
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