Leila Rocha Pillow October 11th, 2018 - 03:48:12
His can be used for making cushion covers, dress bags and so on here I'm making it for a cushion cover. So let's see how to mark the pattern. Please refer to the pattern, as shown in the previous part of the video marking it in the inner side of the material, so remember to use a pen or pencil which can be easily washed off I'm using a tailless pen. For so once you finish, marking the grid and the pattern we can start saving here.
You can see two different kinds of lines. One is diagonal and the other one is like a v-shape. The two diagonal lines coming together on one end to make a v-shape. So, let's start saving it, so I'm going to conceal seeing the diagonal line first by saving its both ends together and tying it tight and singing over a couple of times so more so that it will be tight enough and will not come out when we are Washing it so once you see the diagonal line, you can move on to the V shape the V shape there. We can see three points, so the three points should be sued and tied together.
They're also, we can ASSU together and make it tight by saving over a few times. Then again, I'm moving on to the nearest line, which will be the diagonal line and we need to go along and finish all the lines we see in a way that one after another, so just consider see in the nearest line.
So it will help you to make sure you will not miss any of the lines to be co together and even if you miss any of the lines when you flip over the fabric, you can see something is gone wrong. Something is missing so again just to flip it over, and you can find a line which we miss in between, so you can continue doing it and finish it, there is nothing to worry about. It is easy and like this, we need to go along and finish all the lines which we have mapped all over the middle.