Paet L Burcham
paetlb at juno.com
Thu Mar 20 08:31:43 PST 2003
I honestly have no idea - all I know is that it works! But it is good to
keep in mind that you will get a raised effect if you work from the
inside out, in case you want to get this effect.
I would think though that it has something to do with the fabric
stretching or compressing as you couch down the thread. Sorry I can't be
On Wed, 19 Mar 2003 23:09:18 -0700 Sue Clemenger <mooncat at in-tch.com>
> Why would that make a difference?
> --sue, just curious ;-)
> Paet L Burcham wrote:
> > Work from the outside inward,this should solve the problem.
> > Paet....
> > On Tue, 18 Mar 2003 23:45:30 -0500 "Rosine" <rosine at sybercom.net>
> > > I'm working on a set of medallions (silk on linen) and have
> > > into a
> > > "standard" probelm - the medallion, once it's filled in, is
> > > and not
> > > laying flat. I know that I know how to avoide this, but I'm too
> > > fog-brained
> > > to remember.
> > > Can someone remind me?
> > >
> > > Rosine
> > >
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