Create this great accessory bag using the HUSQVARNA VIKING. DESIGNER TOPAZ™ 25 sewing and embroidery machine combined with the HUSQVARNA VIKING. OPAL™ 690Q sewing machine. You will learn to navigate both machines as you make this multi- use bag. The bag can be used for sewing supplies, computer cords, make-up, pencils and crayons or just about anything!! You will also use the new Closed Free Motion Spring Foot to quilt the lining of your bag. Use this project as a “Meet the new members of the Family” Party to show off the new machines to your customers. The project is done Round Robin style, so set up multiple machines and let your customers experience your new HUSQVARNA VIKING. machines. The Closed Free Motion Spring Foot can be attached to most of our machines, so use additional floor model machines for the free motion portion. You could certainly kit the project and charge a fee for it if you want. Add some refreshments and you have a party!!!
This easy-to-make clutch features cover stitching on the flap to attach the ribbon detail. Although the cover stitch is most often used for hemming and edging, it can also be used for decorative embellishment. Try it with contrasting thread colors for an even more dramatic effect.
With a contrasting thread this quilted detail will make your simple tote fabulous!
Shine a light on your creativity!
Personalizing your old lamp shade is a great way to put a spot light on your creative ideas. Show off your personal taste and design skills. Edit and combine the embroideries on screen for that amazing creation. With the DESIGNER TOPAZTM 50 you can save your combinations for new and even bigger projects.
I’ve been asked by many people if there were instructions on how to create the BEAUTIFUL quilt wall hanging featured in the Designer Topaz 50 marketing materials. It was posted the Viking website, but it was tricky to locate.
This Embellished Clutch Purse was created using the elongation feature on the SINGER® ONE PLUSTM sewing machine. The machine’s elongation feature gives many decorative stitches a whole new look. For quick and easy sewing, stitch the rows using the Parallel sewing foot. A pattern is included with these instructions.
Create the look of hand knitting with your sewing machine! The first part of these instructions explains the technique for creating “yarn-textured fabric”.
Have you ever asked yourself what you could do with all those decorative stitches on your machine? Try personalizing a tote bag by embellishing plain fabric with a variety of stitch patterns. Use contrasting threads, mix different colors or create a tone-on-tone look. The possibilities are almost endless!
Create this unique, rosette-covered clutch in a range of neutrals, or punch it up with a variety of colors. The rosettes are edge-finished with the SINGER® serger, giving them interesting texture. Sew the clutch with your SINGER® sewing machine, attach the rosettes and you’re ready to go!
Get creative with decorative stitches and assorted ribbons! This unique runner can be made in any length or width you want. Though this project incorporates the Stitch Elongation function, a feature on many electronic sewing machines, you can use decorative stitches from any SINGER sewing machine to embellish the ribbons. Let your creativity run free!
One of the easiest ways to change the look of a room is to change its accessories. Get those fabric scraps from your stash to make this accent pillow with simple quilt piecing.
Create this cute phone case embellished with text messages! Using a simple alphabet to add rows of stitching, this little case is so much fun!
Make this adorable tote bag while getting a great lesson for your 5 thread Serger using Cover Stitch.
This little wallet can be used for cash, cards, or coupons – it’s up to you! Easy to make, and a great way to use those leftover fabric scraps. Mix and match colors or add decorative stitches to personalize.
Create this fun hair tool case, perfect for a flat iron, curling iron or other hot tool! Using a simple alphabet to add some custom text, and embellishing with the cording foot, you can make this project your own!
A lesson for texturing fabric with the Chain stitch (5-thread Serger)
r organizer with a clear pocket and adjustable strap. Perfect for holding essentials on the go.
n the going gets TOUGH, the TOUGH get Sewing! Sew up this simple, durable tote for everything from school supplies to the day’s groceries!