To go along with my last post on how to make your own bias tape, I'm back this month with a post on how to sew in piping. You can buy pre-made piping at the store (like I did for this tutorial) or make your own by wrapping cord in bias tape. Here we go: Step 1: You can find piping in the f...Meet Jan. She's our resident workhorse and is used by many of us in the studio for various jobs. She has sewn doona covers and table runners for Ink & Spindle, she has stitched together paper for the lovely Beth Emily and she's working on a number of garments. Jan is usually very well beh...I have been wanting to make a dress for my girl with embroidery on it. Instead of going a more traditional route I decided to make it a bit more hipster. HA! Tribal prints are in and I like it. The dress pattern is from the book Girls Style Book. The book was easy to use and the patterns are ...