Sewing Tip-Easy way to turn a tube of fabric right side out

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Turning a tube the right side out again once you had stitched the tube is pretty hard and it can get frustrating! It just all bunches up and gets too thick to turn.  So Sew Easy shows you an easy way to get the job done. Read more here….

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. debycoles says:

    Thanks so much for sharing my tip. It’s going to save me no end of time and cursing!

    1. lacartera says:

      No…Thank you for sharing this tip! And thank you for saving me some time and cursing too. I’ve tried this technique without the tube and it was not a fun experience. 🙂

  2. There is a handy way of going about it!

    1. lacartera says:

      Thanks to Sew So Easy for figuring this out! How are you? Sorry for the delay in answering, your comment went to my spam box. 😦

      1. No problem. I’m pretty good, I just came off a few months where I had full time work and full time classes, which was crazy busy, so I’m glad to be back in the blogging world again!

  3. I use to use a knitting stick in wood, works very well 😉

    1. lacartera says:

      A knitting needle sounds like a great great choice too. What type of wood would you use?

      1. I have mine in bamboo and they are good and don’t weigh too much.

      2. lacartera says:

        Using bamboo is a great idea! Thanks for sharing! ☺

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