I usually have several embroidery projects going at the same time, which means I’m always in need of project bags. As it did for the Uptown folk blouse, embroidery can take a little while, and I like to have something readily available for 15-minute-bouts of stitching here and there. Hence the project bags! Today I want to show you how to make Furoshiki project bags. These are soooo easy and quick! Furoshiki is also a great way to use smaller pieces of fabric (or Read More...→
Keep pulling and stitching to create more petals as you roll the hem. Make sure you also make some stitches to the inner round of the rosette to secure all the rollings. Loosen the gripping tension of the hem a little as the rosette gets bigger so that the petals at the outer layer look bigger too. Continue rolling and stitching until you reach about 1″ from the end.