Turn Your Fabric Scraps into Beautiful Twine (Free class)

Gina Michele, Living the handmade life!

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6 Videos (9m)
    • Intro

      0:32
    • How to Prepare your Fabric Scraps

      1:22
    • How to Wind

      2:18
    • How to Join

      2:28
    • Overhead

      2:21
    • Conclusion

      0:21

About This Class

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     Anyone who sews knows that you end up with a lot of scrap fabric. Oftentimes, it's too small to do anything with, but you save it anyway. Throwing out fabric just seems so wasteful. If you're like me you store in up in bins and think to yourself, "I'll do something with it someday". I've found the perfect solution to your scrap fabric hoarding! This video class will show you how to turn your scraps into beautiful twine. This is really easy to do and the only tool you need is your hands. It's also pretty addictive to make and the perfect thing to do while binge watching Netflix. 

Supplies:

Cotton fabric scraps (woven, non-stretch)

Scissors

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simple and great
I loved it. I just learned one more way to use my left over ;-)
I absolutely love this because it helps to make use of offcuts of fabric that I have been keeping, but didn't know what to do with. Thanks of the inspiration!

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Gina Michele

Living the handmade life!

My name is Gina Michele and I'm a mother, lifelong New Yorker, obsessed knitter and DIY fanatic! My grandmother taught me how to knit and crochet when I was 5 years old and it was love at first stitch! I'm constantly knitting accessories and sweaters for myself and my son. I like to create knitting patterns that can be made relatively quickly and that are beginner friendly. My work has been featured in Homespun Magazine, Women's Day and on Buzzfeed.com.

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