Published at Saturday, October 13th 2018, 03:24:08 AM by Alma Walter. Comforter Sets.
You'll have to seam pieces together to get the correct whip. You'll want to get extra fabric if you're matching up patterns, cut a piece of fabric, that's at least three inches longer than the length of your duvet insert. I'm going to join the pieces before cutting it to the exact dimensions. Lay another piece of fabric on top, so it's overlapping with the edge of the first piece. If you have a patterned fabric, you want to match up the design, move it up and down. Until it's lined up vertically, you can roughly cut off the extra fabric at the ends.
Hold the second piece in half lengthwise and cut it on the crease you'll use the rest for the other side only do this if it leaves a mess for the side panels. If you need more than two widths of the fabric, don't cut it fold under the panel at least a quarter of an inch beyond where the print starts and move it horizontally until the patterns match up, you can adjust the amount that's folded under if necessary. Take note, with this distance denying a crease in the same distance down the length of the fabric, line up the patterns again slide.
The bonding tape under the edge of the fabric checks the alignment one more time before placing the iron on the scene. Leave it for about 10 seconds, then lift it align the fabric and iron. The next section, continue down the length of the fabric, now you're going to sell right on the crease fold the fabric. So the right sides are facing mark the crease first, so you can clearly see where to sew. When you cut off the extra fabric, the bonding tape will prevent the edges from fraying, but since washing can be rough, you may want to search the edges.
If you can or use a zig-zag stitch use a medium sized zigzag stitch near the crease, I'm lining up the edge of the foot with the seen trim off the extra fabric close to the stitches unfold, the fabric and give the seam one more. Ironing cut off any extra fabric at the top and bottom repeat for the other side panel calculate how much you have to cut off each side. So the width is two inches larger than your Dubey insert.
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