By Galina Khmeleva
Proposing 3 vintage Orenburg-style lace styles in written shape for the first actual time. made out of a chain of easy components and styles passed down from new release to iteration from the Orenburg sector of Russia, Galina Khmeleva has labored with those gifted craftspeople to convey you those particular knitted masterpieces. Create your individual heirloom scarf following step by step directions and charts laid out for ease of knitting from backside to most sensible.
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6. Use a tailor’s awl to poke the raw ends in and to hold the strap end firmly in place as you sew the very edge of the fold line to the strap. Then stitch a box-like shape to enclose the raw ends. Bagged-Out (Tube) Straps When a strap is more than 11/2˝ wide, a fourfold strap unnecessarily uses a lot of fabric. Also considering the issues of bulk (particularly when using heavy fabrics), a four-fold strap is not always the best option for a bag strap. Bagging out a strap—that is, sewing a tube shape from the wrong side of fabric and turning it through—helps to save fabric and reduce bulk.
Use a fabric marker to draw a line on the wrong side of the facing, 3/8˝ above the stitch line. (This will be on the fabric that is exposed above the stitch line). We’ll call this the seam allowance line. 4. Measure 1/2˝ in from each end of the seam allowance line, and place a dot to mark this spot. Draw lines from the dots on the seam allowance line to the corner points of the stitch line, as shown. Seam allowance line Stitch line CF/CB ½˝ 8. Fold the pocket facing up, flipping the seam centerline to the top edge of the pocket facing, as shown.
NOTE: 4. Topstitch the base to the bag body, 1/16˝ from TECHNIQUES If taping the base to the bag, place 2 or 3 long pieces of tape across from the front to the back of the bag, crossing over the bag base. Do not tape along the edges of the bag base. the folded edge; remove the tape as the sewing machine needle approaches it. An edge-stitching presser foot can make it easier to keep this stitching straight. TIP: Run a fabric gluestick along the long edges of the template plastic, and stick the seam allowances to the plastic.