Just in time for all you debonair craftsters, who are coming to bow tie Craft Bar this coming Thursday, here are clear instructions on how to make a simple back stitch from Janet at Stitch School! And to sew the bow tie center piece, here is a simple whip stitch from the folks at Holiday Crafts and Creations. Come on over and let The Museum of Craft and Folk Art, Britex Fabrics, Bretts, and Avery help you get your suave on!
Britex has posted a slew of links to super-cute transfer embroidery patterns, but have neglected to post any directions on how to transfer these fabulous drawings to fabric, and then how to make the stitches that transforms your fabric into hand-decorated pillowcases, wall art, tablecloths, dishtowels and other household accouterments! Amy at SublimeStitching gives us three different easy-to-understand methods for transferring designs onto fabric, and then Jenny presents a plethora of stitches for both left-handed and right-handed seamstresses.