Last Updated on April 7, 2018 by wendigratz
Did you know that you can get an especially squishy softie by sewing it up out of an old T-shirt or other stretch fabric?
Did you know that you don’t need a serger to sew stretch fabrics?
In this video I give you some basic information about sewing stretch fabrics on a regular sewing machine. I show you what kind of needle you need to use and a couple of different options for the kinds of stitches to use – all the info you really need to get started.
Want to practice?
This is Bartholomew. He’s made using one of my very easiest patterns and an old T-shirt – worn to buttery softness. He’s soooooo soft and huggable! Click here to get the pattern.
I’ve got another post on a similar topic, showing how to sew squishy rag dolls out of stretch fabric.