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Unread 10-05-2012, 07:41 AM   #7
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You figured out the technique (which is essentially the same even if it's actually being sewn), it's simply Cutting Notches.
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IRON IT. When you assemble wrinkled fabrics, you lend yourself to tucks & sewn in wrinkles you don't want. Press that fabric before cutting it. Press after each pair of pieces are assembled. press the whole thing when it's done.
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Why are you so afraid of sewing? While your product turned out reasonably well, it will never be as good as a sewn one. What is the hang up?
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