By Gwen Marston
Create your personal beautiful heirlooms with those full-sized designs. uncomplicated directions and transparent diagrams will help needleworkers in any respect degrees of craftsmanship via each step. Seventy vintage styles comprise a large choice of decisions for ornamental sewing: pineapple, feather, floral, and swirl motifs, plus a range of repeating borders.
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We have found that 100% cotton quilting thread ravels less than blends or all polyester. Thimble The instructions given in this book are for a single thimble placed on the middle finger of your sewing hand—your right hand if you are right-handed. We have found that nickel-silver thimbles work best, but regular metal thimbles work well if they have deep, sharp-edged pits to catch the needle. There are many other types of thimbles on the market, including leather thimbles and small paddle-like implements designed to replace the thimble.
Before commercially coated threads were available, quilters often kept a cake of beeswax handy and coated their own. We have found that 100% cotton quilting thread ravels less than blends or all polyester. Thimble The instructions given in this book are for a single thimble placed on the middle finger of your sewing hand—your right hand if you are right-handed. We have found that nickel-silver thimbles work best, but regular metal thimbles work well if they have deep, sharp-edged pits to catch the needle.
You take these stitches by pushing on the needle with the end of the thimble until you can feel the point of the needle with the hand underneath (Diagram 12). Then, angle the needle the other way to make the point of the needle barely come through to the surface (Diagram 13). Repeat for another stitch. When you have several stitches on the needle, pull it all the way through and pull the thread tight. Pull just tightly enough to remove all the slack, but not so tight that the fabric bunches or wrinkles.
70 Classic Quilting Patterns. Ready-to-Use Designs and Instructions by Gwen Marston