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How Can I Clean Wear And Tear Marks?

How Can I Clean Wear And Tear Marks?

How Can I Clean Wear And Tear Marks? Inevitable around the home. However, some problems, such as mildew, need to be controlled; otherwise, they may require professional treatment and can cause permanent damage to household items. How Can I Clean Wear And Tear Marks? Mildew Patches Mildew tends to occur in damp parts of the […]

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Taking Body Measurements for Clothing

Taking Body Measurements for Clothing

Taking Body Measurements for Clothing… Keep accurate measurements for yourself and other family members, and use them as a reference when buying or making clothes. When taking a person’s measurements, be sure that he or she is standing straight. When you go shopping to buy clothes, carry the measurements with you. Revise children’s measurements frequently, […]

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How To Painting Furniture?

How To Painting Furniture?

Many of the paint effects used on woodwork may also be applied to furniture. Preparing Surfaces: Many pieces of furniture are smaller scale than other wooden surfaces, and their surfaces may include fine details and curves. You may, therefore, need to spend more time preparing the surfaces thoroughly. However, the surface area will not be […]

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Whats Herbs Good For?

Whats Herbs Good For?

When you understand the language of plants, but also our healing work, then we can supply ourselves. Healthy diet, not to force the body, even possible to make daily walks. When we pay attention to these, us to explore the healing plants and remains only to take advantage of them. When we begin to understand […]

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How To Finish The Edges

How To Finish The Edges

Facings; Sometimes a shaped edge is finished with a facing. This is a piece of fabric that is attached to the edge and then folded to the wrong side. It is usually totally invisible from the right side and will frequently have seams that echo the seams of the outer section. Facings are usually interfaced […]

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Velvet Stitch & Smyrna Stitch

Velvet Stitch & Smyrna Stitch

Based on cross stitch, this lovely stitch is an example of a loop, or pile, stitch, in which loops of yarn formed by the stitches create a pile on the surface of the canvas. Used in embroidery as well as needlepoint, velvet stitch was first seen in the reign of Charles I and was again […]

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Let’s Learn Crochet Edgings

Let’s Learn Crochet Edgings

How to make Crochet Edgings? Now let’s talk about these techniques. Once the main crochet section has been made, an edging is often added to finish off the item. The way this is done can transform the work – if the edging is wrong, a beautiful piece of crochet can be ruined! Attaching the yarn […]

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How to make Filet Crochet?

How to make Filet Crochet?

To understand filet crochet you need to think of the basic mesh as a grid of lines. You have a tall stitch (usually a treble) to form each of the vertical lines, and a string of chain stitches (usually two) to form the horizontal lines. The solid blocks are made by replacing the chain stitches […]

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How to make Straight Stitches?

How to make Straight Stitches?

Straight stitches have been used for centur­ies. They can be seen in early samplers and many pieces of 17th century needlework. You have already learned decorative ways of using several straight stitches, but many other effects are also possible, as can be seen in the next project. Try experimenting with the variations shown below and […]

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How to Fastening Zipper?

How to Fastening Zipper?

Zip fastenings Most skirts, and many dresses, fasten with a zip and, if this is inserted badly, it can easily spoil the finished look of an otherwise excellent garment. Zips are usually inserted into an opening in a seam, and they can be centred behind the seamline or set to one side. The latter method […]

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