brilliant idea: for adding seam allowances to patterns (e.g. Burda), attach pencils with a rubber band, which will trace the seam line and seam allowance.
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A rubber band around the base of my sewing machine is an excellent way to temporarily mark a wider-than-usual seam allowance. It’s easy to
A rubber band around the base of your sewing machine is an excellent way to temporarily mark a wider-than-usual seam allowance. It's easy to follow and stays in place securely
Here is a great little tip when measuring your seam allowance, stack three pencil's together with a rubber and. One stroke and you have the perfect 1/2" seam allowance. So clever!
Homemade rubber roller stamp by Cathe Holden. made using a rubber band cut and glued round a seam roller... tutorial
it's just 4 rectangles. measure shoulder to hem length, then girth at widest part and divide by 4. add seam allowance. sew allowing for
Cardigan for Barbie. Scroll to bottom for pattern. Leave 1/4" around (not included in pattern) for seam allowance. Fits belly button (post 1999) Barbie