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A quick and simple way to make a continuous bias strip for any project!

  1. Cut a square large enough to make your bias strip. Cut the square in half diagonally.
Length Required1 1/2″ Wide2″ Wide2 1/2″ Wide

Our friends over at Rit dye have been revving up for Halloween and have some great ideas to get you ready! These projects are great for beginners and a fast solution for a last-minute project. You can find more ideas from Rit Dye here



Flamingle with all of your friends dressed in hot pink and draped in feathers! Find the instructions here

For a further challenge create the beak with our pattern and follow the video tutorial below.


Pick one of your top used emojis and you are Halloween ready! Rit Dyes gives you some ideas for creating their favourite emojis

Boba Tea

This is a great DIY costume idea for someone who needs something fast and is new to crafting

Dip-Dyed Foam Pumpkins

Avoid the mess with carving pumpkins and skip over to these pretty and easy dip-dyed pumpkins

Dip-dyed Halloween Tablecloth

Take a plain white tablecloth and add some spook to it with black dye! Your treat table will be Halloween ready

Spooky Faux Flowers

Complete your Halloween decorating with black dyed flowers

Celebrate I love yarn day with us! Our large selection of yarn from the Spindle Collection has something for everyone. From Dishcloth yarn to chunky yarn you can knit or crochet anything you desire. Find free patterns on the back of the packaging of many of our yarns also!

Sock yarn

Sock Collection - Yarn
Left to Right: Fuschia, Celebration, Blue, Wine, Autumn Forest, Purple, Monochrome, Black. Not Pictured: Ivory, Midnight, Coral Reef, Beach Getaway.
  • Pin your selvedges together matching stripes. This will ensure that your stripes will match all the way across the fabric and on both sides.
  • Place your pattern pieces on the fabric matching seam lines along the same stripe. Pin in place.
  • Do not cut pieces on the fold. Instead, trace your pattern piece and flip it and trace the other side. Again make sure your seams are along the same stripe.

Don't let sewing with stripes intimidate you! It's not as hard as it looks and with these simple tips you will look like a pro.

Posted by Fabricland Midwest/Pacific on Tuesday, August 13, 2019
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