By Susan Smith
;150 Crochet Trims: Designs for gorgeous ornamental Edgings, from Lacy Borders to Bobbles, Braids, and Fringes КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор:Susan Smith Название: a hundred and fifty Crochet Trims: Designs for gorgeous ornamental Edgings, from Lacy Borders to Bobbles, Braids, and Fringes Издательство: St. Martin's Griffin Год: 2007 Формат: djvu Размер: 12.8 Мб ISBN: 978-0312359829 Страниц: 128 Качество: хорошее Описание: a hundred and fifty вариантов каймы и цветочных мотивов, связанные крючком. Для сайта: www.mirknig.comhotfile openfile sixty eight
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White thread is used in most images to show detail. 1 Sew the strip or set of strips for each tier together at the sides, right sides facing, creating a circle. Mark each circle into quarters at the top and bottom. ) 60 2 Sew a narrow 1/4˝ hem at the top of tier 1 (see Hemming). This will be the top of the shirred bodice. A 3 Sew gathering stitches at the top of tiers 2, 3, and 4 (see Gathering). Just for You—Selfish Sewing with Your Favorite SewCanShe Bloggers A 4 Place tier 4 inside tier 3, with right sides facing and the top edge of tier 4 lined up with the bottom edge of tier 3.
Dress size Strip height Strip length XS 13/4˝ 20˝ S 13/4˝ 21˝ M 13/4˝ 22˝ L 13/4˝ 23˝ XL 13/4˝ 24˝ BACK FRONT Double fold of fabric Caroline’s Tip I like to cut from the selvage and save the names of my favorite fabrics and designers. These will make the drawstring casing and will not show on the outside. From the coordinating fabric, cut: 2 strips 13/4˝ × width of fabric for the drawstring • 1 square 14˝ × 14˝ for the bias trim. • Make 2˝-wide continuous double-fold bias trim using this square (see Making Continuous Bias Trim).
G 48 G Just for You—Selfish Sewing with Your Favorite SewCanShe Bloggers F MAY VERNAZZA COLORBLOCKED TOP by Jessica Kelly This lovely knit top will quickly become your favorite! It features flattering color-blocked piecing, a comfortable fit, dolman sleeves, and a subtle high-to-low hem. MEET THE DESIGNER Growing up with a mom who made everything from stained-glass windows to wedding gowns, Jessica Kelly learned to appreciate creativity and learning new skills. She sewed a little growing up, but it wasn’t until she had her first baby and wanted to save money rather than buy baby clothes that she really dove into sewing.