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How To: Hand Sewing, Without The Knot 05 Apr 2013 April 5, 2013 We’re brushing the dust off our sewing skills and revisiting some essential techniques in sewing to share with you! Whether you’ve just begun sewing or have been stitching for decades, it’s always good to reassess your techniques and see what’s new in the sewing world. Your hand-sewing (and knotting) techniques usually differ between projects, as your need for a secure knot can vary on a sliding scale. In just three easy steps, you can create a knot that is secure without the hanging tail, particularly important if your fabric will be flattened for display or stitched over for quilting. We love this hand-sewing technique — what’s your favorite way to start off a knot? About the Author handmadecharlotte Handmade Charlotte offers a daily dose of DIY craft projects and design inspiration to help families live each day to the fullest.
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Tutorial This tutorial is supposed to teach you how to make Kumihimo friendship bracelets. String You will need strings in different colors. You can use almost all kinds of string, but I prefer to use a little bit thicker string than in ordinary friendship bracelets. Kumihimo disk You will also need a Kumihimo disk. 1. 2. 3. In this section I will show how to make a simple spiral kumihimo bracelet. Setup strings For this bracelet, you will need four blue strings and four orange strings (you can of course use any other color). The second step is to mount the strings onto your kumihimo disc. Each pair of strings will form something we will call a group. Tying the bracelet We are now about to tie the bracelet. 1. 2. 3. You have now done the three basic moves: right string down, left string up, turn disc. 4. 5. 6. Continue in the same way and the bracelet will grow, inch by inch, out of the hole on the back side of the disc. All patterns do not have four groups with two strings in each. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2.
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