Twin needles are commonly used for decorative stitching and also hemming knits. Twin needles have two numbers in their sizing. The first number indicates the space between the needles. The second number is the size of the needle. So add some spark to your next straight stitch project, use a twin needle or be adventurous and try a triple!





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This tote is the ultimate shopping companion; this spacious carry-all will work for all your shopping needs. Make the tote with the...
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Check out the tutorial video to see 3 Simple Ways to Applique!   Stephanie Struckmann will show you how to use this technique with an embroidery machine. Then, she will demonstrate the technique on a sewing machine with a knit fabric and a woven fabric. You'll also learn how to use Baby Lock's Fusible Applique paper to print your template's seriously awesome! It makes life so much easier when appliqueing, and who doesn't love that?




These reversible cuties are so easy to make and fun to give as gifts. Quick to make, you can give a bundle of these for a baby gift for a new mom or dad!  Skill Level: BeginnerCreated by Stephanie Struckman  Click here for project details.




“Carnation Skirt” blog post found at to make a girly, twirly skirt for someone special!


Pinwheel quilts are the perfect example of a quilt pattern inspired by a real object. Whimsical and decorative, pinwheel quilts create gorgeous motifs that any quilter will love. Click here to download the instructions.


Adding borders when using the Sofia II machine just got easier with the use of the Multi- Position Embroidery hoop. Make one...
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Using two different stitches on your serger!

Serger Dress
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With Sewlebrity Pam D'amour

Piping on Serger






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Give your room a touch of high end luxury with a bed scarf customized by you to fit and match with your bedroom decor. The Baby Lock Jazz and the Coronet will make it easy to piece and quilt your bed scarf. Click here to download Instructions.



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Use the zig-zag stitch or button sewing stitch that may be built-in your machine to sew your buttons onto your projects! Check out our Baby Lock website to learn more about our sewing machines:


Turn it inside out? You betcha!

Seriously, you turn your tee shirts and tote bags inside out to embroider?


Some don't have the luxury of a professional six needle embroidery machine, or maybe you just prefer the sewing and embroidery combo that has a flat bed embroidery unit. Nothing wrong with that, but some items are just plain harder to hoop in these instances.

Small tees, totes, and other miscellaneous items can be easier handled if you turn them inside out. Jan Page shares an easy technique to solve embroidery on small pieces.  Click here to learn this technique.





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Watch as Baby Lock's Sara Gallegos show you how to create a buttonhole in one easy step. For more tips and tricks, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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Serging with laminated fabric is easy when you use the Teflon foot on your Baby Lock Evolution. It easily glides over the fabric and even multiple layers. Learn more about BLE8-TF:

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Here is another sewing basic post. The directions below will show you how to install a slot, or centered zipper.

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Create this adorable head band using MonogramWorks from Designer’s Gallery. You won’t stop with just one make an accessory for every outfit or every season of the year.

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MonogramWorks can be purchased at All Brands Servicecenter


So, now we're going to tackle the invisible zipper (you'll need an invisible zipper about 1" shorter than your cut fabric, if I cut my fabric 16" x 16", I'm going to look for a 15" invisible can also get a longer one and shorten it).  Explore this "how-to" here.


Learn how to bind a quilt in 5 easy steps with Sara Gallegos in this video! For more inspiration and tips and tricks subscribe to Baby Lock's YouTube channel! Click here for the video.


The AccuQuilt update in the Designer’s Gallery EmbroideryWorks software includes over 100 AccuQuilt shapes for quick, easier appliqué. Now you can quickly cut, place and stitch your appliqué designs. See how easy it is to add lettering as you create this patriotic garden flag. It’s perfect to display at holiday BBQs and all summer long!

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Create a tablet case using a 12” x 18” piece of reinforced felt while using the Baby Lock Aventura built-in frames and font. Why stop with one when you can create one for every person in your life or any color of your choosing? 

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With 12" working space and 1/4" piecing foot, the Jazz makes it easy to create a quilting masterpiece. Take your project from piecing to quilting easily. Click here to earn more about stitch in the ditch.


If you are new to sewing  and want to learn how to gather fabric or want to check out some extra gathering tips, read on!



Watch as Pam Damour shows you the easiest and quickest way to make continuous bias binding! All you need is 22" x 18.5" of fabric to get just over 5 yards of bias binding. Apply your new skill and take Pam's Elegant Pleated Pillow online class here.


Rob demonstrates how to make a lined foldover bag with a strap, a zippered pocket, and a durable cork fabric bottom. He used nice, soft cork fabric and Cuddle Suede - Navy Yardage by Shannon Fabrics. Get supplies by clicking the link below:

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This dress can be made with measurements for baby to young child (like 6 years old or so)!

This project will work for babies through young child (like I'd say even 6 or maybe 7 years'll just have to measure the length of the skirt and make sure you can get that in the circle skirt)! This dress involves a circle skirt and an elastic gathered bodice (somewhat like smocking). You just need some measurements to start. There may or may not be a lot of math to start's good for you, right?! 

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Who doesn’t love a pretty little place to keep the things they use every day? Make an already adorable makeup bag even better with personalized a monogram, Just a contrasting thread color and follow these simple steps for flawless embroidery. Click here to download instructions.



Quickly dress up any table with this autumn table runner. With Size It! from Amazing Designs and a Baby Lock sewing and embroidery machine, it’s easy to create this project perfect for fall or Thanksgiving. Download printable instructions.



Learn how to move your embroidery designs from your computer to your Baby Lock Destiny II with Sara Gallegos in this video! For more Baby Lock Destiny II inspiration, visit our website at:



In this video, Sara Gallegos will show you the similarities and differences between the Baby Lock Walking Foot, Deluxe Walking Foot, and the Digital Dual Feed Foot. The Digital Dual Feed Foot fits limited Baby Lock sewing machines, as it requires a the plug-in on the back of the machine in order to operate.

Sara will show you how to use each foot to get the most out of each.

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Any child would love to be wrapped up in this charming storybook quilt. Start with the Baby Lock Rachel sewing machine to piece the blocks together and then use the Baby Lock Coronet quilting machine to quilt all of the layers together. These two machines are sure to provide a happy ending to your quilting experience. Click here to download instructions.


Learn how to import designs onto your Baby Lock Embroidery Machine in this video with Cathy Brown.  Click HERE for the video.



Machine Appliqué is a great technique to experiment with the stitches built into the machine. Learn more about how you can machine appliqué with the Jubilant in this short video.

Click on the picture above to learn how to applique with your Jubilant.



Make your outfit pop with a fun, quick-to-sew infinity scarf! Coordinate the fabric with your favorite outfits or make one to go with every season! These scarves come together super fast on a Baby Lock serger, so make one for yourself and everyone you know! Download printable instructions.



Learn how you can easily position designs to find the perfect placement for your project.

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