Download e-book for kindle: A New Twist on Strips 'n Curves: Featuring Swirl, Half by Louisa L. Smith

By Louisa L. Smith

ISBN-10: 1571203966

ISBN-13: 9781571203960

;A New Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n Circles КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Louisa L. Smith Название: a brand new Twist on Strips 'n Curves: that includes Swirl, part Clamshell, Free-Form Curves & Strips 'n CirclesИздательство: C&T Publishing Год: 2007 Формат: PDF Размер: eleven Mb Страниц: 89 Язык: английский Для сайта: www.mirknig.comСочетание прямых линий, свободной формы кривых и кругов поможет вам создать потрясающие, единственные в своем роде квилты, которые выглядят сложными, но просты в исполнении. В книге представлены four дизайна с пошаговыми инструкциями, а также вдохновляющая галерея авторских работ eighty five

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Each side of the buttonhole is created with the same stitch on the pattern selection dial. The length and width will adjust for each side of the buttonhole. Automatic buttonholes can be a variety of shapes. ESSENTIAL FACTS Also known as One-step buttonhole Key feature A basic buttonhole with each side the same stitch Substitute stitch No substitute stitch Common uses Standard buttonholes on garments, accessories, and home décor projects Presser foot Automatic buttonhole Fabric type All, appropriate for project Thread type Polyester in a matching or contrasting color, or novelty thread for buttonholes that are a design element Needle type Universal, size appropriate for fabric SEE ALSO Buttonhole foot HOW TO STITCH AN AUTOMATIC BUTTONHOLE 1 Mark the starting point for the buttonhole on the fabric with chalk or a fabric marker.

5mm. Stitch with a ¼" seam allowance. Repeat until you have one long piece. Press the seam allowances open. 5 Fold the strip in half with the wrong sides facing and the long edges aligned. Press. 6 Attach the satin stitch foot to the sewing machine and select the overcast stitch. Tighten the tension to 7. 7 Position the fabric under the presser foot so that the fold is aligned with the center guide of the presser foot. 8 Lower the presser foot and stitch along the folded edge. The zigzag should drop off the fabric edge and pull it in to the left to form the shell tuck.

Use crescent stitch with the satin stitch foot; the deep groove allows the dense stitches to pass under it easily. Use matching all-purpose thread or decorative rayon and metallic threads. ESSENTIAL FACTS Also known as Scallop stitch Key feature Satin stitches in a scallop pattern Substitute stitch Satin stitch or bead stitch Common uses Decorative edges Presser foot Satin stitch Fabric type Lightweight wovens Thread type All-purpose polyester or decorative Needle type Universal, Microtex, embroidery, or metallic SEE ALSO Satin stitch foot HOW TO STITCH A SCALLOPED EDGE USING THE CRESCENT STITCH 1 Spray starch and iron dry the fabric to stabilize it and prevent it from distorting during sewing.

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