Small Stash Sewing 24 Projects Using Designer Fat Quarters by Melissa Averinos

By Melissa Averinos

25 tasks to utilize fashion designer fats quarters
Sewing with dressmaker fats quarters is a brilliant approach to stretch your greenback with no sacrificing caliber. Now, Melissa Averinos, the face at the back of the preferred Yummy items web publication and one of many most up-to-date unfastened Spirit textile designers, brings you a suite of tasks committed in particular to creating the main of your dressmaker fats quarters.
From belts to purses, from children‘s presents to a laundry impede bag, and masses, even more, Small Stash stitching grants 25 stitching tasks to make designated items that exhibit your favourite, longed-for clothier fabrics.
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If you’re a veteran sewer seeking to burn up your present stash of materials or are new to stitching and wish to test with fashion designer materials with no breaking the financial institution, stitching with fats Quarters grants the talents and knowledge to create 25 wonderful items that provide new existence in your domestic and type type.

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Small Stash Sewing 24 Projects Using Designer Fat Quarters

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Insert the awl under the lacing thread and pull. 8. When you complete the stitch, pass the needle up between the fabric edge and the horizontal bar, needle-eye first, so you don’t puncture yourself. (Fig. 13) 11. Turn the frame around and lace the second side without tightening the first side. Some people prefer to tighten the first side and then lace and tighten the second side. I have done it both ways and both work. 9. Take the needle down through lacing hole #2 in the horizontal bar. (Fig. 14) Tightening the Length of the Frame 10.

2. Make the corner, then continue couching. Beginning to Couch the Dove Outline 1. Working clockwise, couch a pair of #5 Japanese silver starting at the dove’s beak and working down the head. Hint Bring your needle straight up alongside the silver, then straight down the other side of the thread pair. If you slant your needle in the couching process, you will move the silver thread off the line and may also pinch the silver, causing a scalloped appearance. Remember to pull on the koma after each couching stitch to secure an even, tight line after the piece is removed from the frame.

Note: Make corner stitch #2 above the line of the other couching stitches. This stitch is exaggerated so it forms a point outward. When done this way, the turn will appear very square, not rounded. Since the loop stitch is taken over a half pair of threads and is made by coming up and going down in the same hole, it compresses the thread a little to allow for a very sharp turn. (Fig. 7) 4. After making corner stitch #2, hold the couching thread taut and pull the outer koma so it runs parallel with the inner koma.

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