101 Easy Tunisian Stitches: Crochet by Carolyn Christmas, Dorris Brooks

By Carolyn Christmas, Dorris Brooks

Tunisian crochet is a kind of crocheting during which every one row is made of parts--placing loops at the hook, and dealing them off. The paintings isn't grew to become, so one facet of the paintings, often front, is usually dealing with you.

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Checkout... em, page 42 Faced hem, page 49 Best used for... Straight hems All fabrics, particularly beavywelght ones 1 Using a ruler or seam gauge to be on the ribbon. very close to the check the measurement right upper edge. Machine-sew the ribbon along the hem, fold the edge ofthe to the fabric. fabric over by Ya" (I cm). Press the fold. 2 Lay the fabric flat and pin the ribbon to the right side, /':\" (Smm) below the fold. You can machine-sew along the other edge of the ribbon or you can slipstitch it by 3 Set the sewing machine to a hand, as shown.

Fold it in half along its length. Set the sewing machine to a medium straight stitch and fit a yo" (Smm) patchwork foot. At one end of the strip, position the fabric with the edge of the foot against the open edge of the strip and sew the seam. Cut the threads leaving 6" (I Scm) tails. 2 Thread a blunt-tipped darning needle with one of the tails of thread. Slide the needle up the tube of fabric, working it along until it appears at the other end. 3 Pull the thread through, coaxing the end of the fabric it's attached to turn in and emerge at the other end ofthe tube.

Selvages ·· The selvage is the edge along the length of the 1. Checkout... 5cm). Press the fold. 2 Pin the selvage edge in place. Set the sewing machine to a medium straight stitch. Put the fabric under the Best used for... presser foot of the machine with the Straight hems Selvage edges All fabrics edge of the foot against the selvage edge. Machine-sew the hem, removing pins as you get to them and reversing at each end to secure the stitching. 42 hemmed in fabric: it is created during production of the fabric and won't fray.

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