Blouses, shirts & tops: simple sewing & serging techniques
The helpful tips, full-color photographs, and illustrations throughout these pages highlight the quickest, easiest methods of garment- and home-decorating construction. Take the guesswork out of working with commercial patterns by following "Laurie's Tips". Learn to attach collars to shirt-type openings, create keyhole neckline, line patch pockets, make mock flat-fell seams, set-in sleeves, and more.
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adjust ance armhole opening ATTACHING A COLLAR Back patterns bias strip blouse bobbin thread bottom edge buttonhole circle Clean finish Clip COMMERCIAL PATTERNS creating cuff curve Cut the pattern dart Designer Details differential feed Double Needle edgestitch elastic fashion fabric Flat Buttons fold foot Front and Back fusible fusing garment gathers HEMS hemstitching hole Interfacing choice iron justment keyhole opening Laurie Laurie's Tips Lined Patch Pockets mark Mock Flat-Fell Seam NATURAL FIBERS notches nylon nylon thread overlock pattern piece pinking shears placket Polyester Press the seam raw edges Rib Trim right sides ruffle seam allowance seam line seam open Serger Rolled Setting in Sleeves sew-on Sewing Essentials sewing machine sewn Shank Buttons shirt shoulder pads shoulder seams side seams silk sleeve cap Sleeve Heads sporty stitching line Straight Collar straight stitch styles tape TECHNIQUES Time-Saver Topstitch twill tape underarm width wing needle woven wrong side zigzag