Design and Make Decorative Details
It's the small details--like casually tossed handwoven throws or lighted candles on the mantel--that make a big difference in your home. Basic techniques, from mitered corners to binding to gluing, are all you need to begin draping dressing tables; stitching personalized tablecloths, place mats, and napkins; sewing hemmed finishes; and covering stools, side tables, and luggage racks. Construct shades, frames, boxes, screens, lunch baskets and more!
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MEASURING AND ESTIMATING
STOOLS AND SIDE TABLES
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accessories allow approximately base basket binding bottom ring box pleated braid card shade centre chintz choose cloth cm Vh colour concertina cord corner cotton curtains draped dressing table excess fabric eyelets finish flaps flat fold line frame frill fringe front gathering hemline hems Herringbone hold the fabric inside interlining keep the fabric lampshade layers Leave to dry length of fabric light linen lock stitch long sides main fabric matching Measure mitre napkins Neaten needle overlap panel pattern piece of fabric piping placemat polyester wadding prints pull the fabric PVA glue quilted raw edges ribbon right side screen seam selvedge shape shelf shelves silk skirt Slip stitch Snip square Staple staple gun stitch close stitching line straight straight edge strip of fabric tablecloth tape template texture threads throw toile de jouy top and bottom Trim valance width worktable wrong side