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A e-book that indicates find out how to make numerous origami (folded paper) issues.

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Have FolDline. often indicated by a long bracket with arrows at each end, it may have “place on fold” instructions. Place the pattern piece with the foldline exactly on the fold of the fabric. Dots (large and small), squares, or triangles found along the seamlines indicate areas of construction where precise matching, clipping, or stitching is essential. Grainline. Heavy solid line with arrows at each end. Place the pattern piece on the fabric with the grainline running parallel to the selvage.

Remove the fabric from the machine. Inspect your stitching line from both sides. If your tension is evenly balanced, you will see only one color on each side. If you see both thread colors on the top side of your sample, the needle tension is tighter than the bobbin tension. If you see both thread colors on the back side of your sample, the bobbin tension is tighter than the needle tension. Pull on your stitching line until you hear threads break. ) If the thread breaks on only one side, your machine's tension is tighter on that side.

Cut a rectangle of fabric equal to these measurements, following the cutting guidelines on pages 54 and 55. 5 cm) fabric for a finished width up to 56" (142 cm). indd 61 (Text) 61 2/26/14 9:27 AM 2/26/14 9:19 AM (Fogra 39)_Job:02-40706 Title:CPI-First Time Sewing #175 Dtp:221 Page:61 Press under 2" (5 cm) on all four edges of the cloth. Unfold the pressed edges and press each corner diagonally at the point where the creases intersect. trim off the corner diagonally at the points where it crosses the foldlines.

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