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Video: Two Custom Trims for Your Garments or Home

Gary Junken

with Linda Lee

Using basic materials, simple sewing steps, and a sewing machine, it’s surprisingly easy to mimic designer trims for use in your home and wardrobe.

In this video, Linda Lee, author and owner of The Sewing Workshop pattern line, demonstrates, how to make “loopy seam-tape fringe” and “wild yarn trim,” as seen in the February/March 2002 issue of Threads magazine (#99, pp. 62-65).

To learn other decorative techniques for your home and wardrobe, check out Linda’s books Sewing Stylish Home Projects and Edges and Corners.

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  1. Minnie63 | | #1

    I'm learning so much!

  2. Katielynne | | #2

    So simple, yet so stylish. I love Linda Lee! Thanks, Threads, for this video!

  3. AZjPeggy | | #3

    The video answered a question I have had for a long time. I have some of my mother-in-laws sewing things and I just learned how to use the fringer! Of course the video was in greater depth than what my mother-in-law knew about. Thanks

  4. speckles | | #4

    I love this! I am going to share it with my Tuesday night sewing group called the Loose Threads!I am also going to use it to do some things at my house. Thank you for sharing.

  5. quiltlady13 | | #5

    How nice this is ! Thank you for sharing all the tricks and tips !

  6. harrysmom | | #6

    Wow, I can feel my sewing brain expanding every time I read Threads stuff.
    Thanx loads

  7. LindaLouise | | #7

    Great ideas, thank you so much!

  8. saphire_dance | | #8

    It seems to me that you could use a hairpin lace loom to make the yarn loops if you didn't want to make your own device.

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