Wing Needle Wow: Part 2
Kelley Richardson at ABQ Sewing Studio shows you how to sew an elegant dinner napkin using a mitre technique with a hemstitch.
To learn how to use a wing needle, see part one here.
In the video
Kelley takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a mitred-corner napkin, finished off with some needlework.
- 20 inch square of cotton linen (for each napkin, finished size 17″)
- Decorative thread
- Water-soluble stabilizer
- Wing needle
- Regular sewing machine needle
- Marking pen (fabric folding pen works well if you have one)
- Rotary cutting ruler
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