Ever have trouble with a sewing project and after checking your thread, tension and bobbin can’t figure out why? It could be your machine needle.
Many people know that there are different types of thread depending on your project, but did you also know there are different sizes and types of needles to help work with different threads and fabrics?
Since all of our row by row patterns have appliques we decided to do some quick posts with step-by-step photos of placement for reference. Since our dragonfly and moose appliques are fairly simple, we have decided to show the placement of both of these appliques in this post.
We’re so excited to be participating again in the Row by Row Experience. The theme for this year’s Row by Row is “On the Go.” Our pattern designs this year involve easy-to-piece arrows with an appliqued animal or creature on the front of each arrow moving in the direction of the arrow.
Coquitlam’s block “Fox Trot” includes a dragonfly, fox and an eagle.
There are some general guidelines you should follow at home when caring for your blinds. Keep in mind, each type of blind has its own individual care instructions. For more information, you should speak to a sales associate where you purchased your blinds.
Here are four tips for cleaning your window blinds:
Dust regularly with a soft feather duster, dust cloth, or dusting mitt.