By Susan Purney Mark
Clothier Susan Purney Mark makes amazing use of strip units and angled cuts in 9 attractive initiatives, commencing up fascinating new layout possibilities.
* Insert daring accessory strips to accomplish a refreshingly diverse look
* Use blocks in quite a few ways--in borders, cover facilities, repeat-block quilts, and more
* increase your layout with raw-edge applique
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Checkout... n g and finishing sewing, page 31 Finishing edges, page 32 Double hem, page 43 Inward square corner, page 66 Best used for... 1. All fabrics 3. 1 Using a ruler or seam gauge to measure accurately, fold the edges 3 Open the corner out then. right sides together, fold the comer in of the fabric over by Yo" ( Icm) and half. matching the raw edges and the press the folds. Fold the edges over by ends of the pressed correr fold. 5cm) and press these Pin the layers together along the second folds.
3. Checkout... Stitches, page 23 How to run a sowing machine, page 21 Plnning, page 24 Basting, page 25 Pressing, pages 26-27 Sewing strai ht lines, page 30 Starting and finishing sewing, page 31 Finisbing edges, page 32 Open seam, page 34 Making bias strip and binding, pages 74-75 1 Cut a y<"- (2cm-) wide piece of bias fabric long enough to make the required number of loops. Right sides together. fold it in half along its length. Set the sewing machine to a medium straight stitch and fit a yo" (Smm) patchwork foot.
Page 21 Pinning, page 24 Basting, page 25 Pressing, pages 26-27 SewIng straight llnes, page 30 Starting and finishing seWing, page 31 Open seam, page 34 1. 2. 3. 4. Best used for... Straight seams Mec1i"umweight and heavyweigllt fabrics Seams where 1Jle reverse will be subject to wear and tear 1 Pin the pieces of fabric together with the WRONG SIDES facing 3 Fold over the edge of the untrimmed allowance so that each other. Sew the pieces together it touches the trimmed edge. Press following Steps 1-4 of Open Seam, the fold.