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Grain refers to the orientation of the yarns in a woven fabric. Warp yarns, parallel to the selvage, form the lengthwise grain. Weft yarns, perpendicular to the selvage, form the crossgrain. Bias refers to any line that falls at a diagonal angle to the selvage. True bias falls at a 45-degree angle.

Grain refers to the orientation of the yarns in a woven fabric. Warp yarns, parallel to the selvage, form the lengthwise grain. Weft yarns, perpendicular to the selvage, form the crossgrain. Bias refers to any line that falls at a diagonal angle to the selvage. True bias falls at a 45-degree angle.

Learn how to clean your sewing machine and   keep in it working order.  Remove dust and fiber build up.  The Sewing   Loft

Clean Your Sewing Machine

Cleaning sewing machine Learn how to clean your sewing machine and keep in it working order. Remove dust and fiber build up. The Sewing Loft

This knotted fringe is a simple task with a lot of impact. You could add this to so many things...scarves...clothing...pillows....

This knotted fringe is a simple task with a lot of impact. You could add this to so many things…scarves…clothing…pillows…

Learn how to start hand stitching without using a knot at the end of your thread creating a neater, smoother finish.

Start stitching without a Knot

Learn how to start hand stitching without a knot at the end of your thread creating a neater, smoother finish. You can use this for any hand stitching.

Threads Magazine...from Madame Vionnet's  bias technique

[gallery type& ids& Bias cuts have been used at least since the century for collars, cuffs and trimmings according to documentation. Vionnet, if not …

Facts About Fabric Grain that Every Quilter Should Know

Facts About Fabric Grain that Every Quilter Should Know

Why Every Quilter Needs to Understand Fabric Grain: Do an Easy Stretch Test to Identify Fabric Grain

EXCELLENT bias strip tutorial! Start with relatively small square of fabric, so you have no waste or odd shaped pieces of fabric left over.A 13 1/2 inch square yields 3 yards of 1 1/2 inch bias strips..wonderful..

Summer Sewing ~ Perfectly Portable Cushion

Poster said- EXCELLENT bias strip tutorial! Start with relatively small square of fabric, so you have no waste or ackward pieces of fabric left over. REALLY WORKS!

fabulous illustration on how to measure and alter patterns

fabulous illustration on how to measure and alter pattern Really great sewing tip site

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Beth Conover Title: Wavy Weavings Grade: PA Academic Standards For The Arts And Humanities: Know and use fundamental vocabulary within each of the arts forms.

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