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How to Create Scalloped Piping on Your Sewing Machine + Sewing Machine Needle Information

from Cindy at Sew Blessed & Create Indie Designs

How to Create Scalloped Piping on Your Sewing Machine + Sewing Machine Needle Information

You will love sewing this dainty scalloped piping! Scalloped piping is very easy to create, as well as quick and very economical. If there is a cheaper way to make pretty sewing trim like this, I want to know about it! Cindy at Sew Blessed thought others may enjoy sewing their own scalloped piping as well so she published this free sewing tutorial to show us how we can create scalloped piping too. All you will need is some pretty fabric and your sewing machine! What sweet trim to add to some of those shabby chic handbags!


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Sewing Basics: Choosing Machine Needles


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“What needle size or type do I need for my sewing project? I’m going to show you just a few types of needles that have in my sewing stash, also what types of fabrics I use them with:

  1. Needle Size 60 – light weight – Georgette, Satin, or Organza

  2. Needle Size 70/80 – medium weight – Cotton or Jersey

  3. Needle Size 90/100 + – heavy weight – Jeans, Leather or Upholstery 


“Made my own Sewing Machine Needle Organizer and Index!” by Karen at Sew-Whats-New.com


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