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Flip your favourite materials right into a type assertion! From stylish wristlets to sensible carryalls (and every thing in between), every one venture encompasses a full-sized development, easy-to-follow directions, and inspirational images. the entire stitching fundamentals you would like are the following, and you'll study a few extra formidable recommendations resembling sewing hook-and-loop tapes, making darts and pleats, and attaching magnetic snaps or zippers.

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Sew around the side and bottom edge, backtacking at both ends. Repeat with the lining front and back pieces, leaving 3˝ unstitched along the bottom edge for turning. Sew exterior front and back together. 4. Notch the curved seams. Sew lining front and back together, leaving 3˝ unstitched. Notch curved seams. 30 Bags—The Modern Classics Making the Flap 1. Pin the exterior flap to the lining flap with the right sides together. Stitch only the curved seam, leaving the straight edge unstitched. Notch the curved seam, and trim the seam allowance to 1/4˝.

Sew front darts, and press toward center. 3. Sew the darts on the exterior front and back pieces and on the lining front and back pieces (see Sewing Darts and Pleats, page 16). 4. Press the darts on the front pieces toward the center. Press the darts on the back pieces toward the outside edge. 5. Pin the front and back exterior pieces Sew back darts, and press toward outside edge. with the right sides together. The darts on the front and back pieces will be pressed in opposite directions, so they will lie flat.

Fold the pocket in half length- wise along the marked fold line, wrong sides together, and press. Topstitch pocket fold. 2. Topstitch 1/8˝ from the fold. card holder 1. Referring to the markings on the pattern, fold the card holder, wrong sides together, along Fold Line 1, and press. From the right side, bring Fold Line 1 to Placement Line 1. Press. Fold Line 1 Fold along Fold Line 1, wrong sides together. Placement Line 1 Fold Line 1 From right side, bring Fold Line 1 to Placement Line 1. Fold Line 1 aligned over Placement Line 1 Align Fold Line 1 with Placement Line 1.

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