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Книга включает: выбор выкройки и ткани, изменение выкройки, основные виды швов, застежки, окантовка, выполнение рукавов, воротников, карманов.
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Stiffening Crisp silk or cotton material may be used for stiffening; cut it by top of sleeve pattern, twice depth needed, and fold across; gather into top of sleeve before stitching sleeve in armhole. Pads or Stiffening Sleeves which have much fulness at the top need to have fulness kept out and up in position. This is done by means of small pads or stiffening set in to the armhole seam. Pads Pads thicker than the stiffening are needed for heavier material. Two pieces of material are neces- sary, about 9 by 2% or 3 inches; shape corners, stitch pieces together on curved edge; turn right side out, use sheet cotton batting to pad them with, thin- ning it out at the edges; make pad from % to 1/2 inch thick; sew pads to armhole; sleeves are stitched and pressed, center of pad to shoulder seam.
4) Turn in edges of facing; hem to the binding of slide fastener, on wrong side. B. (1 ) On upper and under back part of opening, trim one half of seam away. Stitch a strip of bias material 1 inch wide to front edge of opening; turn to inside and baste. (2) One half seam allowance at back edge is turned under and stitched to tape of fastener close to metal. (3) Front is lapped over back edge of opening, and pinned securely; turn to wrong side; stitch tape to front close to metal. (4) Shield sewed to back edge of opening.
When stitching the seams of the skirt let them come down a little below the top of the hem, the depth of which must have been decided previ- ously. Clip seams; turn the material to right side and stitch; then place hem and finish as desired. 40 BUTTERICK DRESSMAKING BOOK Napery or damask hem Used for table linen, napkins, cloths, towels. Fold a narrow hem; turn it to the wrong side of the article and overhand the two folds. Open hem and press flat. French hem Used in sewing lace on undergarments; making collars and cuffs and fagoting bands to edges of garments.
Butterick dressmaking book