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Tips & Techniques > Applying FOE Fold Over Elastic

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Posted on: 3/9/12 7:58 PM
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I have had FOE (fold over elastic) in my stach for some time now. And was just avoiding it until my daughter asked me to make a pattern, and there was just no way of getting around it. Jalie 2563 view B. So I searched on you tube and found the best method for applying it. It is more professional looking than the zigzag method. It takes a little patience and practice to get it perfect but I am no longer afraid of using it. I hope this video can help someone else like me.

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Miss N said... (11/21/12 8:46 AM) Reply
Interesting. Could this also be finished with a coverstitch machine?
Miss N said... (11/21/12 8:43 AM) Reply
Interesting. Could this also be finishedfinished with a coverstitch machine?
swany said... (3/10/12 10:21 AM) Reply
Thank you for sharing. It makes a lot more sense.
tatica said... (3/10/12 10:06 AM) Reply
I did not even know that kind of elastic existed. Thanks for the tip.
elsew said... (3/10/12 9:55 AM) Reply
Thanks so much for sharing this information.
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