Beth Bradley teaches you how to change the settings on a serger so you can use it in more fun and creative ways. You will learn the differences between a sewing machine and serger and how you control the length, width, knife, and type of stitch within the serger. Beth also covers basic uses for a serger and shows how to perform a correctly formed over-lock stitch.
Tape off the white with Painter's tape. Then after melting crayons, place stencil over bottom, mark with toothpick/chalk and then paint black acrylic paint once stencil is removed.
How to needle felt; needle felting basic shapes Top tip: Start with less than you need and add to it as you go; you can add but not take away! Stab the wool as you turn – this is the felting process which tangles and locks the fibres together. #bestneedlefeltinghacks #howtoneedlefelt #needlefeltingblog