Published at Monday, October 08th 2018. by Trisha Crawford in Blanket.
This is one them Costco down. Blankets and reason why I picked this one from one hundred will is because it has a shiny, almost plastic inside here, and what I'm going to do is is I'm going to use in this as the outer shell? This will be the part of the under quote that goes to the outside. It appears to be a little bit water, resistant weed resistant and that's what you want on the outside of your quilt. Now we're a make this, but I like to call it dead.
Simple, I'm going to make it a simplest way that I figure we can make it and all I'm a do on. This is put a channel on the ends and then fold over one panel on both sides, and so it straight down we're going to use that as our side channel minimum amount of work minimum amount aside. I got my fabric here. My good scissors tape measure in this black magic marker. We want to sit down I'm going to cut two pieces of material, seven inches wide by 50 inches long, while I'm doing that.
I'm going to steal some footage from the $ 55 under quilt bill, I'm going to paste it in right after this show you how to Make those channels alright seeing them in okay next thing, you're going to want to do is lay a piece of tape down on your sewing machine.One inch away from the needle that's going to serve as a guide to push your fabric through is on each end. You're a turn it you're a fold it once and then twice flatten it out, pin it up there, you go okay and then you're, just a run another line of stitching you're going to hem.
It do both ends and you're going to do the same thing down both sides, but you're only going to fold it over once. That's said about a half inch, okay, you know this is where this this guide, you take down here, really comes into effect here. So zip it up, you get started back it up a little bit to lock the stitch and go forward and then just make sure that your going to line up that folded edge fold it edge along that piece of masking tape there.
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