Iron Embroidered Applique

December 20, 2006 by  
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Is it possible to use the Internet for fusion on a fleece applied cotton knit?

I guess my question, he sums up, but basically, I have some fleece that has a gingerbread model in this regard. I cut a gingerbread and attached to woven cotton. I fusible web and let me know if it will work. I also plan to embroider the edges for added strength.

Yes, but how to weave an underlying tension, the relationship between the two tissue breaks. Best Sewing and forget the fuse (which is hard). If you are concerned about the shifting applies when working in the seam around, can paste applied to something like Elmer's School Glue - let it dry, then wash then sew the shirt to get rid of the tail.

sewing project - How to house Bibs

Just recently became a grandmother for the first time and appreciated the new addition to our family. I am also a craftsman and a seamstress and often passionate about my job is sewing room and create some wonderful things for my friends and family.

With the addition of new daughter of our family, I decided that I wanted to make some baby bibs to home. I thought the process would be difficult, but when I started ... I realized how easy it was to create my own bibs for our granddaughter.

Here things are needed:

1 terry bib pre-purchased for use as a model
1 package double fold bias tape (2 meters of container), by bib
sewing machine
the son Sewing
1 / 4 yard of cotton fabric Plush
Scissors
Other Sewing Supplies

Note: If you really want to be frugal, you can recycle some old towels for this project.

Put your bib pre-purchased a piece of white paper and draw a line around the shape with a pencil, then cut your paper pattern. Then, pull down the bias tape and cut a piece of bias tape measure 34 "long. Pin your paper pattern to terry and his pin in place. Cut the paper pattern and remove the pins. Cover and pin the bias tape around the raw edges of the sides and bottom of your bib, does not cover the neck area at the moment.

With your sewing machine, sew the bias tape on the inside and left. Cut another piece bias tape about 26 "long. Place the center of the band polarization in the center of the neck, pin in place. (Note: a piece of bias tape around 10 "long is left to the two ends of the side of the tie.) Using your sewing machine, sew around the neck opening to join and cover the raw edges.

You can use your pre-purchase as a guide on how to be sewn.

Decorations: If you desired, use 3 / 4 "wide eyelet lace instead of ribbon through the first stage of the sewing, but you still have to use a color bias coordinating ribbon for the neck and tie. You can embroider a name or a nice design on the front of the bib or buy prints of beautiful applique.

About the Author

Shelly Hill has been working from home in Direct Sales since 1989 and is a Manager with Tupperware. Shelly enjoys crafting, scrapbooking and sewing along with various other crafting mediums. You can visit Shelly online at http://www.workathomebusinessoptions.com for free family and parenting articles or her recipe blog at http://wahmshelly.blogspot.com for free family recipes.

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