Today’s tutorial video shows you how to use rickrack trim, like the trim shown at the bottom of the dress below:
Today’s tutorial video is actually a re-post. To learn why I’m doing so many re-posts on my website, revisit the blog post called, “There’s a CAT in my Sewing Room!”
While I’m gone, feel free to look over some of the basic sewing instruction videos that you can find on my FAQ’s page. And of course, the Gallery is loaded with lots of patterns and tutorials to browse through.
Also, go check out the new course I’ve posted on the Creative Spark Online Learning platform. It’s called, “Design Your Own Doll Pants Patterns from Scratch.”
In this how-to-design-pants class, which only costs $19.99, you’ll learn how to design your own doll pants, jeans, leggings, fly-front pants, and even overalls, using my simple techniques.
You will learn how to design your own doll pants patterns, whether your doll is big or small, plush or plastic, and you’ll even get my “magic resizing formula” with the class, as an added bonus!
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Thank you Chelly!! I’m making some Crissy and Velvet clothes, with some of your patterns, and am using Ric Rac on some of them as I’m trying to stay era sensitive.
Yes, Rickrack (AKA ric rac) does give a doll’s dress a bit of a “nostalgic” feel to it, doesn’t it?