Fairy lights and photo hooks to brighten up the place.... Gotta remember this for when Emma gets older and wants to hang her pictures up in her room. This is adorable and a great way to not have holey walls! Kinda would like this for Christmas too- you could have all the Christmas photo cards hanging from it!
Serger Pepper // Flatlocking made easy, using a domestic overlocker. Flatlock seams’ most noticeable quality is that they have almost no bulk. You can see them in stretch sportswear, where s.a. in the inside of the garment may hurt athlete’s skin. With this kind of join, there are no seam allowances hanging around, they’re all wrapped inside the seam, with raw edges side by side. Learn how to set your machine and add this kind of seams to any of your creations, following this easy tutorial.
How to Finish Armholes With Bias Strips: Stay stitch @1cm; Fold 3cm bias strip in half; Line up with stay stiching line @1cm; Sew at 1.5cm SA; Result = 0.5cm overlap of bias binding into SA; Fold into garment; Trim SA bulk; Stitch right-side of armhole at 0.9cm to catch bias underneath. THEN sew side seam at end.
I sling my gun onto my back and start climbing the tower that is left, I reach the top and look around pulling my sweater closer and sigh grabbing my gun. I close my eyes spacing out, I bolt up after a couple of minutes hearing something fall and point my gun seeing someone. (Open rp)