Tuesday, February 15, 2011

making ends meet


because i had tension- the warp not me- problems i had to cut and re tie several times thus ending with 3 panels of different lengths. now i'm practicing live geometry and needing those few centimeters.

hoping  that as patterns tend to be generous with the measurements it will all end well. and  about patterns this is a good place for them, especially vintage ones.

really, really wish i had 90cms wide of handwoven fabric  to try this

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1 comment:

  1. Dunno if you've already cut into your "real" fabric for this project -- if so, this advice may not apply. Anyway, when I'm working with yard goods that are precious, I always make a muslin first. An extra step that can save heartbreak later (like basting seams and darts instead of just pinning them, hint, hint).


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