Communicator Awards 2000 Video Competition--Award of Distinction
Knit trims can be used to finish all types of textile projects in a professional manner. Many of these trims can be worked right along the edge of the garment while others are first constructed and then sewn on. You will learn about choosing yarns and needles and how to determine the length of trim needed and the quantity of yarn. Ginger teaches you many variations of I-cord including multiple I-cord, twisted, braided, and flat I-cord trims, mock cable, pie crust, picot, vertical garter stitch, two-color garter slipstitch, pointed saw-tooth, scalloped shell, picot point, and looped and afghan garter stitch edgings. This DVD will serve as a valuable reference library of knitted trims.