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Procedure
1.
Cut the linen to a 6 x 19 inch piece.
2.
Using the template, draw the scallops onto the linen. Draw the bottom scallop all the way across the linen. Draw the top scallop only to the center line.
3.
Draw an X or write the word “cut” above the top scallop line.
4.
Fold the linen in half right sides together, lengthwise along the center line.
5.
Using white thread in the needle and wash away basting thread in the bobbin and a small straight stitch (L=1.5) stitch along the top scallop line using a regular needle. Do not stitch along the bottom scallop line.
6.
Remove the bobbin with the water soluble basting thread from the machine and replace the bobbin with regular bobbin thread.
7.
Cut away the fabric ¼ inch above the line just stitched. Remember you are cutting off the top edge (where the X is).
8.
Clip the curves and turn the piece right by holding the point with thumb and forefinger creating a fold along the point. This will keep the fabric from bunching up in the points.
9.
Starch and press, starch and press several times making sure the piece is completely dry between spraying and at the end.
10.
Pop out the stitches
11.
Cut the batiste 19 inches by 25 inches.
12.
Lay the linen on the crosswise lower 19 inch edge of the batiste, wrong side of the batiste down and right side of the linen down. This may see unusual to you because you will have both wrong sides up, it is correct to do this and you will see why after the next three steps.
13.
Place regular light weight thread in the bobbin and sew a small straight stitch (L=1.5) along the lower scallop line.
14.
Cut the bottom edge off leaving a ¼ inch seam allowance. Clip the seam as needed, especially in the points.
15.
Turn the linen right side out and press. You will now have the right side of both fabrics facing up.
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