|27: Sewing In Ends
Colour changes, patches or a knitted-in design
result in ends located in the fabric of the garment. These should
also be sewn in to the matching colour on the wrong side, but now
you donít have a seam to hide the ends [pic 8].
8: A coloured area has no seam to use to hide the
Make a tiny stitch on
the back at the base of the end, then carefully push the needle
through matching stitches along the horizontal colour change row, or
vertically along the side of the colour patch [pic 9,10].
9: (left) Take the thread through the matching
10: (right) This works as well if you match the colour
Matching the colour
will mean there is less of a chance that the ends will show through
on the right side [pic 11].
11: No ends show on the right side.
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