Hi all, newbie here.
I've watched Krista's videos, and I did a cursory Google search, but what I found just confused me more, so I'll ask here. When doing the drawn thread hem technique that Krista shows, I understand that you take a stitch into the hem of the fabric that you've created, "grab" the bundle of threads with the needle, pull the thread behind them, and then take another stitch into the fabric to snug the threads into a bundle.
My question is: do I make the stitches only in the back of the material, which is the hem that I've folded up, or do I make a stitch going all the way through all the layers of the material, including into the front of the material, when creating the actual stitches?
Hope that's clear.
Great question! You stitch ONLY through the back of the fabric, not through the front. The only part of the stitch you'll see on the front is the little bit that wraps around the thread bars. Let me know if that helps!