Threads magazine is hosting a step-by-step video tutorial which shows you how to sew a bias scarf.
This project is ideal for any beginner sewer. Judith Neukam shows you how to cut strips of fabric on the bias, construct your scarf using a solvy base, and free motion stitch your fabric into a scarf.
The video is part of Threads Teach Your Self to Sew series which they describe as a
“free video series for beginning sewers or anyone who wants to brush up on their skills. We demonstrate basic sewing techniques, share tips, and give step-by-step instruction for beginner sewing projects. Plus, you can ask our experts for answers to any sewing questions you have along the way.”
Loved this tutorial, thanks for sharing!
Sharon, I love the way you have re-purposed what you have called "cheap, nasty costume fabric" as what would have happened to these if you hadn’t. They may have been binned, but you have given so many rejects a new life. One of the very important reasons CQ was developed and patchwork on a whole, was to save those little pieces of a very valuable commodity- fabric. I love to look at your site each day over a cuppa, it is pure inspiration and thank you for showing all who visit exactly what can be achieved with the rejects of the fabric world. smg1955.