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JI A I IS^ iVh. - '-,-1 (: 3 ^5SgHg: 4 S^UStt&ffWj 6J BUTTONS—SNAPS—HOOK AND EYE SEWING ON BUTTON 1. Using a heavy thread or twist, make a knot at the end of a double thread; then with a pin over the center of but- ton, sew back and forth across pin. The pin keeps the thread loose enough to form a stem. 2. Remove pin and wind thread firmly around stem; then draw needle to wrong side and fasten with several stitches. SEWING BUTTON ON UNLINED GARMENT 1. With a large button on right side and small button on wrong side, place pin over center of large button, sew back and forth through both buttons and across pin, using a double thread.

This prevents the material from drawing under the arm. 2. After edges have been slashed, press open. Edges may be overcast. JOINING INTERLINING SEAM When joining the seams of an interlining, lap one edge over the other and catch- stitch to position. To make catch-stitching, see page 33. •ill v -„ \&r ^V tr' -ft — \ +2+*- -j —t- I 41 HEMS PLAIN HEMS Used in thin materials where the lower edge can be turned in easily. Turn in seam allowance and stitch close to folded edge; then turn up hem the desired width and slipstitch or blind-stitch to posi- tion (see page 32 for directions on how to make stitches).

NARROW OR ROLLED HEM Used mainly in sheer or thin materials. First machine stitch near edge; then trim close to stitching. Turn in raw edge and hem. This can also be used as a fine finish for outer edges of a scarf, sash, ruffles, etc. NARROW HEM WITH BINDING Used mainly in heavier materials such as woolens, velvets and heavy silks. Stitch one edge of seam binding '/|" from edge of material on right side; then turn material on seam allowance and blind- hem binding to position. SCALLOPED HEM OR SHELL EDGE Turn in raw edge; then turn under desired width for hem.

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