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While the thought of chomping on a flower petal can seem kind of unreal, it's totally not. Edible flower petals are a major game-changer for cake decorating, and when they're coated in sugar and candied, the flavor is next-level.
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Discover which areas of classic denim shirts are ideal for stitching. Now you're ready to start planning your design! Kat shows you an easy method for transferring designs using wash-away stabilizer.
Learn easy stitches that make up the botanical motif patterns included in the class materials. Then see how you can mix and scale them up for endless variations.
Everybody wears denim! Learn about different types and washes of denim and why it's such a great surface for hand embroidery, then review the included designs and motifs and how you can change the look of them with different color palettes.
Stitch up legs and around pockets with geometric motifs. Plus, you'll get a trick for embroidering back pockets. As Kat says, "our freaky fashion ancestors have done it, and we can too!"
Now move on to jean jackets! Learn to work around bulky seams, embroider on heavier denim fabrics and place designs effectively. Then see Kat's foolproof method for French knots, plus how to use chain stitch as a fill stitch.
Upcycle your denim clothing by attaching patches with visible hand stitching. Inspired by the Japanese boro technique, this method uses an easy running stitch so you can attach and layer patches to embellish your favorite garments.
Denim is a wardrobe staple. And it's also the perfect canvas for embroidering and embellishing! Textile artist Kat McTee shows you how to turn those everyday denim pieces into contemporary, one-of-a-kind creations with hand embroidery. From a classic denim shirt to stylish jean jackets, these easy and customizable projects will amp up the denim in your closet.
Kat McTee
Kat McTee
You can never go wrong with a classic white cake! And Jenny's recipe stands out with white buttercream underneath white ranunculus, dahlias and more. Learn to create eye-catching moments even with a limited color palette.
Deep, moody hues give this cake a romantic look and feel. Jenny shows you how to use gold accents with roses, lilies and dark greens for a dramatic finish.
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