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By Vicki Blizzard

Have fun lifestyles on a special airplane as you sew those cheery designs that would deliver a grin for your face as you entire them. the grins will proceed as others see your accomplished tasks.

Bugs that are not frightening, birds that will not fly south for the wintry weather and blooms that will not wilt or fade.

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Note from Nancy If desired, you can stitch in the ditch at seams—stitching in the well created where seams meet—to distribute the gathers and prevent the elastic from curling and tunneling in the casing. Buttonhole elastic This ingenious knitted elastic has buttonholes spaced ½″–1″ (13mm to 25mm) apart. You’ll love this elastic for growing kids’ clothes, maternity wear, or whenever you need a little waistline adjustment. We can all use a little waistline adjustment at one time or another! Applying this elastic uses many of the same techniques detailed for a traditional casing.

4. Align the right side of the elastic to the wrong side of the garment, matching and pinning the quartermarks. 5. Sew or serge the elastic to the top edge of the waistline, stretching the elastic to fit the fabric. Note from Nancy If you’re using a Fantastic Elastic substitute and you don’t know if your elastic can be cut without damaging the elastic, cut a narrow strip and stretch. You’ll know instantly if the elastic will “run” or not. Don’t worry if your shears slip into another rib of the elastic while trimming.

Transfer all markings such as notches, grainline, hem allowance, center front, button placement and any other critical construction details. Note from Nancy Be aware of the new wave of fabrics on the market that are stretchy like knits, but aren’t really knits at all, such as stretch denim. Stretch denim is a woven fabric with the addition of spandex yarns. You’ll need to check these “imposter” knits with the knit guide as well to see if they may be suitable for your pattern. Note from Nancy Here’s a great tip for using multi-sized patterns.

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