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Sewing: learning to make small folds

Sewing: learning to make small folds


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The pleats give a decorative touch to the clothes. Many types of folds are possible, from cross folds to ribbed folds, including overstitched folds. Here we will teach you how to make small folds. 1. The first step is to slightly mark the position of the folds on the actu: 739845 fabric. To do this, use your actu: 739839 pattern and mark the location of the folds with a pencil or a wheel.
2. Then fold the actu: 739845 fabric at the folds and iron them.
3. Finally, stitch a few millimeters from each fold, making sure to stitch well parallel to the line formed by the fold.



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