Is your fabric stash falling to pieces after a spin in the dryer? Mine was. Look at those poor tangled beauties! Get a quick fix to keep raw fabric edges from fraying after the jump.
A little fabric fairy at my local sewing shop suggested that I stitch the cut edge of a particularly fray-prone fabric before washing. I will never look back! I used my Brother Serger but you can easily do a zig-zag on your sewing machine or even just trim with pinking shears. Look at those pretty edges! This won’t be news to sewing veterans, I’ve bought vintage fabric with these finished edges but never put it together. Another case of rampant mommy brain? Sometimes I’m so dense, I swear.
Clare says… Mommy, you made us a blanket! Super-mom indeed.
All fabric is from our glorious sponsor Fabricworm.com.