Learn To Topstitch/Edgestitch: Make a Lip Balm Holder

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

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10 Videos (18m)
    • Welcome

    • Preparing Test Fabric

    • Edge stitching with presser foot

    • Edge stitching with an edge stitch foot

    • Ironing on the interfacing

    • Sewing the sides shut

    • Closing the open end

    • Pocket edge

    • Forming the holder

    • Adding Hardware


About This Class


In this workshop, I teach you how to top/edge stitch on a sewing machine using an edge stitch foot and a regular presser foot.  

In this class you will learn:

  • How to create a straight and even edge stitch
  • Use an edgestitch foot
  • Add keychain hardware to projects
  • Sew a lip balm holder! 

Not only will you come away with your own key chain holder but you will also gain the knowledge and confidence to edge stitch and top stitch using an edge stitch foot or the all purpose foot. 

138 of 138 students recommendSee All

Super simple, easy to follow instructions.
nice class
good video, audio and insturctios.





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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