I am a HUGE fan of sharing tips & tricks & short-cuts. That’s why, when I learned this trick last weekend at the Big Picture/Doodlebug NSD event, I knew I had to share it with our blog readers! Cynthea, from Doodlebug Design, taught us a really easy way to add stitching to a project. This tip is especially useful if you are wanting to add stitching with heavier threads or string, such as jute or baker’s twine. Are you ready? Here’s the secret:
Yep – floss threaders! If you’ve ever worn braces, you’re likely familiar with this handy little product. But I have to admit, using them on your paper projects is much more fun than flossing your teeth!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Keep reading to see how easy it is to stitch with baker’s twine when you’re armed with this top secret tool…
I used to use quilting needles for this type of stitching – but this is SO much easier! If you try this technique, let us know if you love it as much as we do!