Knitted Lace by Sonja Esbensen, Anna Rasmussen

By Sonja Esbensen, Anna Rasmussen

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Keep your iron and ironing board set up whenever you are at the machine. Press each seam, and because you are using cotton fabrics, use steam. 31 Seams and Seam Finishes Because woven fabrics ravel, a seam finish needs to be applied to the edge of the fabric to prevent fraying and extend the life of the garment. Seam finishes are not only functional, but can be decorative as well. I suggest you cut out several 4” by 6” pieces of muslin, and make samples of the different seams and seam finishes listed below.

These yarns will generally stretch more than your lengthwise ones, and will usually go around your body in garment construction. Bias - refers to a diagonal line between the lengthwise and crosswise grains. Bias has a lot of stretch. To find the true bias, measure an equal distance on the selvage and the crosswise grain. This diagonal is considered the true bias. Crosswise grain Bias Preshrinking Fabrics: Most fabrics shrink the first time they are washed and dried, and since you want your garments to fit after the first time you wear them, you will need to preshrink your fabric as soon as you bring it home.

Waist - Measure around the body at the natural waist. • Hip - the distance around the fullest part of the hip • Shirt sleeve - with bent elbow, measure the distance from the back base of the neck (at the bone), across the shoulder and around the bent elbow to the wrist. 38 Girls Sizes: Girls patterns are designed for the girls who have not yet begun to mature. Size Breast (bust) Waist Hip Back Waist Length Height without shoes 8 27 23 1/2 28 12 52 10 28 1/2 24 1/2 30 12 3/4 56 12 30 25 1/2 32 13 1/2 58 1/2 14 32 26 1/2 34 14 1/2 61 16 34 27 1/2 36 15 61 1/2 Misses Sizes: Misses patterns are designed for a well proportioned figure, about 5’5” to 5’6” tall without shoes.

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