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Option #2: Make the garment body from solid color fleece and the sleeves from print fleece. Use the print fleece to make coordinating polar ribbing. Appliqué a chest band if the print is appropriate. Option #3: Make the garment body from print fleece and the sleeves from a coordinate solid. Use the solid fleece to make polar ribbing. ) Use the print fleece to make coordinating polar ribbing. greater stretch in the length (crossgrain). 6. 5mm stitch length to see if you like the resulting welt. Tighten the needle tension for a more pronounced welt or loosen it for a flatter welt.
9. Pivot as above if necessary, and continue sewing. This results in an angled rather than sharp corner. 0 Note: The wider the double needle, the more “stopand-pivot” single angled stitches are needed to get around the corner. Narrow double needles can frequently pivot with only one angled corner stitch. Wider needles need two or three pivot steps to make the turn. The wider the needle and/or the stiffer the fabric, the more stitches you’ll need to get around the corner. Caution: Use a gentle touch when pivoting and twisting the double needles.
The tone-on-tone soft impressions (tulips) are accented with pintucked frames. ” The frames are side-by-side pintucks. The “striped” sleeves and collar feature pintucks set a presser foot width apart. 4. Cut out and discard the design itself, leaving a “stencil” of the design. ) 5. Place the design stencil on the right side of your garment. Using a dry iron and lower temperature, lightly press the stencil to adhere. Cover the open area with a press cloth. Nancy’s Caution Press the Totally Stable stencil with a gentle touch and a cooler iron.
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,