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Tips & Techniques > applying elastic (sewn on)

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Posted on: 9/21/06 3:23 AM
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This may seem obvious-but as much elastic as I have been quartering and sewing on prompts me to note: if you tack down both ends of the elastic-before stitching, it won't slip out of your hand when you get to the end.(applying in a straight line-as on a sleeve edge-as opposed to a circle-like a waistband or neck)

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vasallese said... (9/22/06 4:30 AM) Reply
Good idea. Never thought of it.
Lynngray said... (9/21/06 2:47 PM) Reply
Good idea. Never thought of it.
teb said... (9/21/06 9:25 AM) Reply
Great idea.
 
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