No More Gaping: 3 Techniques for Perfect Armholes on Knits

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Threads , Dec. Emails are sent about once per week, unsubscribe anytime. Pin with the pins pointing clockwise; this will make it easy to pull them out as you sew! Thank you, thank you so much!

Attaching Bias Tape

Thank you TJ. This is what makes it perfect for finishing curved hems. I got it at Waechter's in Asheville, NC http: I too agree that "Less is More" and love to see the contributors to your magazine willing to offer updates and change.

Why Am I That Size? Really easy to do. A narrow "baby" hem is almost weightless on this 4-ply silk tank. Believe it or not, you often have more control without using pins.

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But you should seam the ends and press that seam open, instead of overlappying them, in order to create a smooth line at the underarm. How-to Making Sense of Pattern Grading. Once the bias tape is attached between the pins, cut the ends even with the marks from the first step.

This will make folding a little easier. Sewing Saves: I see that you have experience with making and selling aprons, do you have any tips for me?

Making it Sleeveless {tutorial} you and mie

For bias facing , fold the bias tape all the way into the garment, so that you can see a tiny peek of the outside fabric at the edge of the neckline. I love these ideas! I did a quick run around with the tape measure and then add about 6 inches. Make a small mark on the binding where it meets the side seam. Why do knits gape? Thank you for this post. August 16, This will be armhole adjustments for sleeveless garments.