New PDF release: 99 Floral Motifs to Crochet

By Dianne Bee, Visit Amazon's Maggie Weldon Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Maggie Weldon, , Carole Prior, Rena Stevens, Terry Kimbrough, Visit Amazon's Anne Halliday Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Anne Halliday,

Find a wide array of floral motifs to crochet! ninety nine in all! complete colour pictures and transparent directions enable you subscribe to them jointly to make numerous initiatives.

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1. 6mm. 2. Stitch the seam. 3. Optional: Zigzag edges together with a wider zigzag. Using a serger Seam with a serger using a 4-thread overlock. 1. Position pins parallel to the seam allowance to avoid hitting the blade mechanism. 2. With ⅝″ (16mm) seam allowances, measure ⅝″ (16mm) from the needle or refer to your owner’s manual. With ¼″ (6mm) seam allowances, align the edge of the fabric with the blade. 3. Serge, trimming away any seam allowance in excess of ¼″ (6mm). 4. Press knit underarm seams toward the back of the garment, and sleeve seams toward the sleeve.

Stack the narrower band on top of the wider section. • Zigzag or straight stitch the four edges together so the two bands remain properly positioned. • Treat the stacked ribbing as one piece and attach the band to the neckline as detailed above with the narrower ribbing meeting the right side of the garment. 4. Here are additional options for decorative neckline trims: • Finish the neckline with self-fabric with at least 50% stretch. ) • Accent the neckline by stitching a row of ½″ (13mm) wide or narrower bias tape, braid or other decorative trim around the neckline seam.

Interlock knits and flowing skirt patterns are ideal combinations. Fleece fabrics are very forgiving to sew. Stitches hide in the nap of the fabric, so if they‘re a little crooked, no one will notice. Experiment with sweatshirt or polar-type fleeces. Tricot is fun to sew. You can trim it with peek-a-boo lace, covered elastic, corded piping and picot stitches, for feminine flair. Knit jackets showcase the fabric. Look for a jacket with simple lines and easy closures. Attention serger owners! Two-way stretch fabric and the durable overlock stitch are the perfect duo for activewear.

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99 Floral Motifs to Crochet by Dianne Bee, Visit Amazon's Maggie Weldon Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Maggie Weldon, , Carole Prior, Rena Stevens, Terry Kimbrough, Visit Amazon's Anne Halliday Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Anne Halliday,


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