[Northkeep] sewing question
talana1 at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 2 03:59:03 PDT 2004
Since you already have the shell and the lining made up, I'd go for
stitching them together around the neckline/front opening/hem perimeter,
leaving a gap of a few inches to turn it through.
To finish the armholes, mark your stitching line (I ususally to this with
stay stitches if using a machine, or basting stitiches if by hand). Clip
the seam allowance to allow the finished seam to lay flat, tuck the seam
allowances inward, and stitch with blind stitch or tiny overcast stitches
(refer to your little sewing kit - you've done both kinds).
There are other assembly techniques that let you bypass having to turn and
stich the armhole, which I can talk about if anyone's interested.
(not yet 6:00 am and way sleepy but trying to catch up on her e-mail before
having to leave town for a few days)
>From: "Faolan MacFarland" <faolanmacfarland at cox.net>
>Reply-To: The Barony of Northkeep <northkeep at ansteorra.org>
>To: <Northkeep at ansteorra.org>
>Subject: [Northkeep] sewing question
>Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 22:25:46 -0500
>Okay, I am in process in making another ghawe coat. I have my outside & my
>lining put together & I want to sew the lining & outside fabric together &
>seem to have problem doing the arm holes. If I do them & all the other
>edges excluding hems, it becomes the pepetrual inside garment that I cant
>get every get it turned.
>Any suggestions since I really like the finished edge of sewing lining on
>the all the edges.
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