FME - Stitching into Space

Di Venter, Fabric Addict

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18 Videos (57m)
    • Trailer

      0:59
    • Preparation

      0:58
    • Machine Setup

      0:12
    • Straight Stitch into Circle

      7:07
    • A quick word on the foot I used

      0:28
    • Intro to Applique with stitch into space

      0:22
    • Adding Appliqué

      4:10
    • Intro Thicker Bobbin Thread

      0:08
    • Thick Bobbin Thread

      1:40
    • Linen scarf idea

      0:07
    • Cream on Cream

      8:18
    • Square grid in Circle

      8:18
    • Floating circles

      3:28
    • Winter Trees

      8:20
    • Making Dune Grass

      0:12
    • Dune Grass

      3:16
    • In Space Final video

      0:28
    • Foxy Fun

      8:07

About This Class

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Machine embroidery has been described as the 'crack cocaine of the crafting world', by Kirstie Allsopp.
So come along on this class with Di Venter and discover why free motion stitching is so addictive.

In this class you will learn an amazing and fun technique that you can use in your textile art in numerous ways.  Join the class and learn to Stitch into Space!!  

Bring your creativity to life.

Normal sewing rules are out the window, so no sewing experience is required.  If you are new to FME, please do watch the first class in this series basic free motion embroidery

Click here for a link detailing the supplies you will need for this class

http://bydi.blogspot.co.uk/

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Fantastic addition to the classes taught by Di Venter easy clear techniques which really enhance your free motion embroidery

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Di Venter

Fabric Addict

I am South African born and bred, was Berlin based for over six years, was in the UK just over three - Winchester & the Midlands, and have recently moved (with our now VERY well-traveled cats) to California!

I love to design and create a rather diverse range of things. Basically, if I am left alone with fabric ... there is no telling what the result may be.

I have taught sewing classes on three continents so far, everything from bespoke lingerie to textile art.

Being...

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