280 Crochet Shell Patterns by Darla Sims

By Darla Sims

Книга по вязанию крючком. 280 узоров в вашу коллекцию

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Getting the sewing notion In most fabric stores you find a notions wall that’s full of specialty tools and sewing stuff that can be packaged and hung up. Notions range from pins, needles, scissors, shears, and measuring tools, to buttons, bra hooks, collar stays, and iron-on knee patches. The list of notions needed for a particular project is listed on the back of your pattern envelope, so when in doubt, find what you need on the notions wall. Don’t be afraid to ask for help — what you need may be hidden in plain sight.

Pondering the pattern Fabric stores have catalogs of patterns that you can browse through, but you only need to do a quick Internet search for “sewing patterns” and the world of sewing is at your fingertips. Looking for a particular project? Type in the project you want to make then “sewing pattern” after it to find even more choices. The Internet brings pattern catalogs home and puts the right project just a keystroke away. It also makes investigating independent pattern designers easy. Choose a pattern designed for your skill set.

If you’re winding a bobbin that has a hole in its side, fold over about an inch of thread and twist the thread end at the fold. Then poke the folded end of the thread through the hole from the inside of the bobbin out. Place the bobbin on the winder, holding the thread end tightly. Start winding until the thread breaks off. This way, when you get to the end of a bobbin, the wrong end of the thread doesn’t accidentally get caught in the stitch. When winding a bobbin, don’t overfill it if you want smooth sewing and the best stitch quality.

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