Making Baskets (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-96) by Maryanne Gillooly

By Maryanne Gillooly

On the grounds that 1973, Storey's state knowledge announcements have provided useful, hands-on directions designed to aid readers grasp dozens of nation residing abilities speedy and simply. There are actually greater than a hundred and seventy titles during this sequence, and their awesome reputation displays the typical wish of nation and town dwellers alike to domesticate own independence in way of life.

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Press out center fold of bias trim for about 32" (mother), 26" (daughter). Pin in crisscross design clown center front of bodice, taking in fullness on inner curved edge by making a small dart. Baste and top stitch close to each edge. 4. Bind edges of back opening and neckline of bodice [58] SEW A STRAIGHT SEAM Mother and Daughter Aprons Directions for making given on page 57. SEW A STRAIGHT SEAM Pattern VI b Pattern VI a [60] SEW A STRAIGHT SEAM with bias trim. Bind armholes in same way. ) 5. Baste and stitch bottom band to lower edge of apron, wrong sides together.

Fig. 56 Bias Finishes Figure 57—The binder attachment on the sewing machine may be used for binding long, straight edges. Both bias cut strips and commercial bias trim may be used in the binder. When joined bias strips are used, the seams should be clipped very close and pressed so that they will pass easily through the binder. It is not necessary to baste when using the binder. ; percale bias trim (see figure 52) or a bias strip cut from fabric Pot (see figures 48-51)—2 yds. of same or contrasting color; cotton batting or scraps of heavy woolen fabric — % yd.

11. For ties, fold a piece of bias trim about 2 yds. long on the length so that the right side is inside and raw edges are even. Sew twice close to raw edges. Turn to right side. 12. From this piece, cut 20" for a bow at center front waistline and divide remainder into four parts for ties at neck and waist. Finish ends by folding under raw edges and slip stitching. Figure 62—Whip stitch is used to catch an edge to another piece of fabric. It is done with small slanted stitches. Catch through only a few threads of the under _.

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