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Détail de poche intéressant sur pantalon d'homme Rare Rabbit | DARO BLUE

I chose this pin for the pocket detail. could use as a secret pocket to hold valuables or a pocket watch or phone.

Форма в форме. Накладной карман.

Looks like this could be a double pocket. 1 is open from the top, 2 is open through the oval. Oval pocket detail by Folk Clothing - Pod Coat in Cornfield Blue

Los compañeros de clase

Los compañeros de clase

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a caelo usque ad centrum - from the sky into the center. A collection of pictures: Colors - threads,.

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Nombres alternativos en ingles:    Blanked Stitch Presser Foot    Applique Foot    Open Toe Foot   Vienen en metal y en plastico en el ki...

Nombres alternativos en ingles: Blanked Stitch Presser Foot Applique Foot Open Toe Foot Vienen en metal y en plastico en el ki...

Floating Rickrack Sewing Technique This is the most beautiful binding I have ever seen... I have to try this on something!!!!

How to Sew Decorative "Floating" Rickrack Trim and Insertion

Floating Rickrack Sewing Technique This is the most beautiful binding I have ever seen. I would use blind hem to attach or run crochet cotton through to make it more decorative.

Pleated grosgrain ribbon - no information but I am going to try and work out how it is done.

pp: Ribbon Folding fabric manipulation technique - fabric origami; inspiration for decorative trims or textured surface pattern design // Ruth Singer

add sleeve heads following instructions from Claire Schaeffer’s Couture Sewing Techniques book.  These should hopefully help the sleeves keep their shape for many years to come.  Following instructions on page 156-157, I cut two strips of silk organza roughly 8.5″ by 1.5″ (top left above).

Italian peplum tail dress with sleeve head info using Claire Schaeffer's "Couture Sewing Techniques".