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By Sandra Salamony

A visible catalog for jewellery, bead artists and crafters who will savour the chance to have such a lot of principles at their fingertips to encourage their very own projects
This e-book stands out as the moment quantity of Quarry's 1,000 series-an eye candy-laden follow-up to the very profitable 1,000 Artist buying and selling Cards(Quarry, Spring 2007).

A exhibit of gorgeous jewellery bits and items, "bling" and elaborations, will feed the artistic appetites of crafters and jewellery makers all over. This moment craft assortment will provide colour, sparkle, texture, measurement, and shrewdpermanent, inventive use of fabrics. One piece of bijou may need numerous attractions to be highlighted: an vintage clasp, textured lampwork beads, and complex knots.

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When gathering a longer piece, use a separate thread for each section of gathers. Fasten thread at the beginning (see figure 24). Take short, even, running stitches, then push the fabric back on thread without removing the needle. When the end of the row has been reached, draw fabric up to the desired length and wind excess thread around a pin until gathered edge is fitted exactly to the ungathered edge (see figure 32). To machine gather, adjust machine to six or eight stitches to the inch. Run two rows of stitching along the edge to be gathered, one row on the feam line and one row V4" nearer edge.

The V*" is the seam allowance, and it will be the same wherever there is a seam on the garment. 5. To baste, cut off 18" of thread or basting cotton (figure 10). Thread the needle and make a knot (fig- ures 11-15). OFF TO A FLYING START Figure 16—To hold a needle and thimble cor- rectly, first place the thimble on the middle finger of the right hand. Hold the needle between thumb and forefinger, so that the eye is near the thimble finger, and the point is poised in the direction of the work. Needle should be braced against side of thimble, about in position of fingernail.

Ill (W allowed at center for seam). Cutting Directions for Pinafores (Diagrams la, Ib and Ic on page 29 serve as guides for cutting adult's, girl's and child's sizes, respectively. The following measurements are for the adult size only. ) OFF TO A FLYING START Figure 6—To straighten the end of fabric, pull carefully (until it breaks) the first crosswise thread which extends all across the piece. Cut along the line it makes. Continue to pull and cut in this manner all across width of piece. Figure 7—To tear across to straight- en the end of certain firmly woven cot- ton fabrics, such as percale, clip the sel- vage at a crosswise thread.

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