Sewing Lining in Skirt: Part II

Hand sewing the lining in skirts – step 4

If you want the extra track on the lining and embryo transfer, so you can ri lined solid in the hand. Ritråden keeps much more accurately on the fabric than Pushpins does, so it will be easier to sew the lining fixed by hand afterwards.

If you only have pins to hold the liner in place while you sew, you risk that they will fall out as you work. And then you start again with that benefits the extra width in the lining, and put it firmly. Not to mention the risk of sticking it on pins! Alone to avoid it, is a good argument for spending a little extra time with ritråd.

Use like an untreated cotton thread for riningen, because it breaks easily when you need it out again, and is easy to remove.

Hand sewing the lining in skirts – step 5

Now you need to get started with the actual hand stitching. Sew lined finally stuck with staffer stitches where you SEW approx. 0, 5 cm into the fold of the lining, and then 0, 5 cm into the fabric lay-up. The thread must under no circumstances be visible on the right, so you have to be very careful only to sew in the transfer.

And Yes, of course you need to sew with a trådfarve that is appropriate for the fabric. Here I sew with pink, so you can better see what happens.

When the needle comes out from the fold in the lining, make it into the fabric lay-up in the corresponding section. So in the finished nail, only some very small “dots” of sewing thread, there will be visible.

Should there be a stitch or two, there will be longer, shorter, more visible or anything else, the more meticulous could describe as an error, so take it easy. Your prior stays attached and there is no one who do you think is an inferior human being for it. So unless you are a professional and need to sell your skirt for several thousand dollars for a customer, so it doesn’t matter that it isn’t 100% perfect all the way around. Makes it so well you can, and enjoy the next skirt can be better, if not this will be absolutely perfect.

Hand sewing the lining in skirts – step 6

Clip ri-control over periodically, and tug them out.

Hand sewing the lining in skirts – step 7

Finally pushes you lined quite easily again. Lined must fold down over the hand sewing, you have just sewn, then the permanent fold comes to be further down towards decommissioning the edge, than that which you have sewn lined fast.

Although this is a permanent fold, it must still not be ultra sharp. The lining must be able to move, and it works better with a softer fold. Pressure the permanent fold a little more than the help-line you pressed in step 2, but remember that it should still be soft.

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