You look pretty
My material is a lot larger than my cutting board and I don’t know how to cut it without making a big mistake
Thanks that was what I was looking for!!!
Where can I get a table like that?
Your ring is fab i want it!
I always learn something new from you !!
You are misleading people by suggesting they wash their fabric before using. This is a matter of personal choice and millions of us don’t prewash! You need to fix this video so as not to portray your instruction as necessary.
I love your "wedding ring" pun intended
love your pin ring! did you make it? if you did i would love to see how you made it .
This beautiful, I love it thanks
Thanks for showing tearing, it's intimidating. But seeing some explain give courage to try.
Here the textile quality is very good, the price is low.chiffon fabric:http://www.10000cloth.com/
Does the ripping part can be done In thick canvas?
Love this video! Thanks so much!
oh boy. i just bought 3 yds of fabric for a head wrap and it is at least 60 inches in width. I want it down to 20 inches in width but I do not have a rotary cutter. what if i just spread out and cut with a regular ruler, it might take a while but if the line isn't perfect i wont see it anyway since it will be tucked around my head.
Hi and thank you SO MUCH for sharing your expertise! You have just made my sewing adventure much easier! Have a great day! 😎
hi! i am having problems cutting a handshape out of my 4 way stretch fabric. i got very jagged cuts. Do you have any advice or tips in cutting 4 way stretch fabric?
Cute little pin cushion ring!
Thank you for a great tutorial, haven't sewn for a long time so I needed to re-fresh my memory. You did a great job explaining everything and I am dying to try out one of those new rotary cutters. Thanks for getting me all excited about sewing.
where did you get your cutting mat? how did you choose it?
The ripping was hysterical hahaha. I know nothing about sewing , that made me feel relief in a weird way hahahaha
This is another great video! Thanks for making these 🙂
I'm trying to find out the formula to find out how much yards I need for a quilt. would you know that?
I adore your pin cushion ring…. would love to make one myself. Would you be interested in doing a tutorial??
هذا ليس درس خياطة هذا استعراض للخواتم وطلاء الاظافر مع الاسف
wonderful, no one had ever shown me how to set the grain by ripping, what a gift it is to come here and listen and watch you! Thank you so much!
thank you i have enjoyed
I love ur pins ring 👌👌👌
Thank you for sharing and "Darling" is the perfect name for your style. I will check out your videos and website too for more sewing tips. Have limited knowledge but am very techie who loves the journey of learning. Many blessings to you. Nice ladies like you make the world a better place 🙂
This is a great video on how to cut fabrics for a clean finish project. This blog gives some great online stores to find quality,bargain fabrics at. http://sewingseamstress.blogspot.com/
Thanks so much! Helped alot 🙂
Hello and thank you. This was so well explained and so very useful. You relieved a big chunk of the stress regarding cutting fabric for garments on a self-healing cutting mat. Again thank you. Oh and yes, what a lovely sewing room you have.
I will make ring pincushion like yours
I'm just learning about fabric. Your video taught me so much and you're very pleasant to listen to. Thank you!
Darling Adventures, If you could give your opinion on what's the best Rotary Cutting mat and why, or whether you think they're mostly the same and brand doesn't matter it would be really helpful. Thanks
Farhat, I was in my local Hancock Fabrics tonight and they have green rotary cutting mats (I think Olaf brand – something like that) – they probably also have them online, also Joann's has them. WalMart has grey and orange (I think Fiskars brand). Just happen to have been looking lately. Haven't committed to buying one just yet.
This is one of the best videos I have seen. You make sense and you make it look easy, which helps me to not overthink the process! Thank you. Subscription to DarlingAdventures? Check!
Thank you so much for making these tutorials. I am new to sewing and I have been trying to find videos that are clear and concise. Great job!
This is the first time I heard of ripping fabric…
looks like a great cannel.. why dont you keep uploading more vids?
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