July 7th, 2007

Cutting Patterns
What is the best way for sewing to cut fabric with the patterns?

The thing I need to know the most is if you have to have a single or a double layer

It’s ok to have a double layer as long as you are not trying to work with the design that is on the fabric. If you use pins to hold your pattern onto the paper, then your fabric can’t be too thick or it will distort wherever there’s a pin, and that will affect the finished product. So if the fabric is thick, use pattern weights or go with single layers.

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8 Responses to “Cutting Patterns”

  1. Ilkyalniz says:

    Use a flash if your going to shoot someone in front of a sesunt? Okay, I’m going to try that one! Thanks so much, I’ m new to photography and scrapbooking and I just love any tips I can find! Thanks so much for sharing.

  2. Firaol says:

    I just created a brand new SC 6.2 site and added the CustomItemGenerator socure to my solution as another project. I installed the package into my site, then built the socure to overwrite the package’s CustomItemGenerator.dll. I tried to generate custom item classes for a sample dummy template and the generate button doesn’t seem to do anything still.I checked what the button does in the core and saw it calls devtools:generatecustomitem(id=$Target) so I’m thinking maybe something isn’t hooking in. I looked in the CustomItemGeneratorCommand class and saw that if you try to generate custom items on any items other than a template or template folder, there should be a sheer alert in SC, which I don’t get.

  3. A bit surprised it seems to simple and yet useful.

  4. Kasun says:

    Dell, these are adorable! Makes me wish I’d dibebd on one. I almost did another category so I could pick up 3 more. Just not enough hours in the day! Great job!

  5. Such an impressive answer! You’ve beaten us all with that!

  6. You know what, I’m very much inclined to agree.