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Sewing: learning the scale point

Sewing: learning the scale point


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The point of scale is used in sewing to join two edges of actu: 739845 fabric. You can for example use it to sew covers, cushions, clothes or even the linings of the curtains. The point of scale is carried out on the place of the actu: 739845 fabric from right to left and is practically invisible. 1. First, fold back a piece of actu: 739845 fabric of each of the two edges to be assembled, then position them side by side. Tie a knot on the end of the thread, then prick the needle from the back in one of the folds. Make it stand out on the place of the news: 739845 fabric.
2. Prick the needle slightly to the right of the thread exit point in the fold of the actu: 739845 opposite fabric, then pull it out a few millimeters further on the left, still in this same fold.
3. Make the same stitch in the fold of the news: 739845 fabric where you pricked the needle at the start. Remember to start by stitching slightly to the right of the last needle exit point.
4. Continue in the same way along the edges to be joined by alternately making a stitch in each of the fabrics. To bring the edges together, gently pull the needle each time you have made two new stitches.