Learn How To Sew A Baby Crib Sheet With French Seams

Margaret Smith ✂, Sewing Instructor @ Let's Learn To Sew

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10 Videos (21m)
    • Learn How to Make a Crib Sheet Welcome

    • Crib Sheet Supplies

    • Cutting Crib Sheet Fabric

    • Pinning French Seam

    • Sewing A French Seam Part 1

    • Sewing A French Seam Part 2

    • Forming The Casing

    • Sewing The Casing

    • Inserting The Elastic

    • The Finishing Touches


About This Class


Are you ready to create or add to your custom nursery? Perhaps your tired of the same old plain nursery sheets or want the special little one in your life to have something made by you. 

In this class I'm going to share with you how to create custom crib sheets, These sheets will fit standard crib size matresses. 

The design features fully enclosed seams. The elastic casing is fully enclosed and the corners are finished with a French Seam. Fully enclosed seams mean that no matter how often the sheet is washed your seams won't fray! 

The project section includes a printable template for the sheets so you don't have to measure out the corners. 


Types of sewing seams 

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Margaret Smith ✂

Sewing Instructor @ Let's Learn To Sew

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Margaret Smith is a professional seamstress and sewing instructor, who loves to teach others how to sew and improve their techniques. Margaret has worked with students from all over the world - students just like YOU who enjoy working with their hands and feel rejuvenated by a relaxing pastime that lets you really show off your creativity!

Margaret has dedicated her life to sewing clothing and teaching others new techniques, and she specializes in helping beginners master difficult techniques with ease.

Margaret's approach to teaching is practical, down-to-earth and encouraging – she loves sewing, and wants you to love it too!

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My online sewing courses can be found at: http://www.classroom.letslearntosew.com