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table of contents chapter 25 (of 29)

25: Diagonal Hems & Points (cont.)

Work all edges and then join the seams [pic 10, 11].


10: The mitre has been joined and the decreases form a correct angle for the half chevron shape at the side.


11: The side seam and chevron have been joined.

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Sometimes points are shaped by increasing or decreasing at each end of every row, or every second row or even every fourth or sixth row. This way of forming points results in a sharper angle. Many more rows between increases and the point will stretch to infinity [pic 12].


12: These points have been formed without steps by increasing at each end of rows. The sequence of the increases determines the sharpness of the point.

These points have been formed without steps by increasing at each end of rows. The sequence of the increases determines the sharpness of the point.

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