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    Yesterday I needed to make some and I had no idea what to make and I only had a small amount of farbric, mainly fat quaters but with a little digger I found some pink cotton.

    I made a pair of pink short with pretty flower lining for the pockect and added some ric-rac that I had lying around and an iron-on butterfly, it's great to use stuff I have stored for years to find a use for it, feel very proud that the only thing I had to purchase was a bit of elastic.

    I love sewing but I'm self taught and need to make the finish a little more polished. so what to I do with edges? for example the centre seam (inside) of my short has not been neatly finished so what should I have done? should I get an overlooker? or should I zig zig all the edges before I start? Off course from the outside it all looks find but I think with washing etc.. it may all fray.
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    Last edited by JJM; 28-04-2011, 12:22 PM. Reason: spelling mistakes
    not craft related.

  • #2
    They're really cute! Love the butterfly
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    • #3
      They are very nice. Well done, very professional looking. As for the seams you could zigzag them or use a bias binding. I used to zigzag mine when I made clothes for my children, but if you have a machine that has an over locking stitch it will stop them fraying.
      Carol

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      • #4
        Beautifully made and very attractive trim too. She will love them
        Carol
        God helps them that help themselves.

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        • #5
          aaah they are lovely, my daughter would love them! Really wish I could sew.
          Lyndsey


          'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming,'WOO HOO, What a Ride!'

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