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Rayon thread in pink, yellow, green, brown and black (if using embroidery)
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Stabilizer
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Wash-away fabric marker
Directions
1.
Cut the seam allowance off of one side of each of the two bridging pieces.
2.
Using a small zigzag stitch, sew the zig into the edge of the silk ribbon and over into the wholes of the bridging. Do this for both sides of the silk ribbon.
3.
Trim the seam allowance to a scant ¼ inch.
4.
Set the sewing machine for a close zigzag (L=1.0, W=3.5).
5.
Zigzag over the seam allowances. The zig should go into the fabric and the zag should go over the edge. This will cause the seam allowance to roll and create a beautiful and secure edge called a “rolled seam.”
6.
Sew the two 2 x 12 inch pieces onto each side of the bridging.
7.
Trim the seam allowance to a scant ¼ inch.
8.
Set the sewing machine for a close zigzag (L=1.0, W=3.5).
9.
Zigzag over the seam allowances. The zig should go into the fabric and the zag should go over the edge. creating another rolled edge.
10.
Sew decorative stitching at 1 inch, 1 ½ inches and 2 inches away from the center colored fabric (see photo as a sample).
11.
Square the piece to 11 x 11 inches.
12.
Using a ¼ inch seam allowance and regular white sewing thread, sew the 2 x 11 inch strips to the top and bottom of the piece.
13.
Press the seam allowances away from the center of the piece.
14.
Using a ¼ inch seam allowance, sew the 14 inch pieces to each side of the piece.
15.
Press the seam allowances away from the center piece.
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