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MARTHA PULLEN FRENCH HAND SEWING BOOK 2
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MARTHA PULLEN FRENCH HAND SEWING BOOK 2
$12.00
The Second Book

MARTHA PULLEN

FRENCH SEWING BY MACHINE II

A comprehensive guide (Please see Complete Table of Contents listed below) to French Hand Sewing written by Martha herself, covering beginning and advanced techniques, serger (overlock) techniques, adapting commercial patterns to French Sewing, Heirloom Party Dress Pattern Sizes 3-10, Christening Dress Pattern, Sizes 3,6, and 9 Months.

Heirloom Party Dress sizes 3 months to 10 years, plus portrait collar patternns to fit each size. Beginning techniques 92 French garments in full color.

COMPLETE TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1

French Lace and Swiss Embroidery

Introduction

Some Other Things about The Wonderful World of French Dresses

French Hand Sewing By Serger or Overlock

Selecting Your Fabric

Selecting Your Needles

Selecting Your Thread

French Hand Sewing By Machine On a Budget

Using Your Decorative Stitches

Dying lace

Differentiating Between Round and Flat thread French Laces and How to Mix and Match Laces For Wonderful Garments

Adapting Commercial Patterns to French Hand Sewing by Machine

Mitering Lace

Please Meet Zig and Zag: The Left and Right Sides of Your Zig Zag Stitch

The Wonderful World of French Dresses.

SECTION TWO TECHNIQUES

Applying Lace Straight Edge To Lace Straight Edge

Joining Lace Edging to Other Strips of Lace Edging

Applying Lace Flat Edge to abric

Martha's Magic: The Technique

The Scotch Tape Stitch

Flat Lace edge to Entredeux

Entredeux to Flat Fabric: Methods 1, 2, 3, and 4

Serger Fever

Entredeux to Gathered Fabric: Methods 1,2,3

Gathering French Lace By Machine while Applying it to Trimmed Entredeux Edge

Gathering French Lace By Hand

Sewing Hand Gathered French lace to Entredeux Edge

Making a Fancy Yoke

Fancy Bands

Making Special Details with Pintucking

Making Waffle Pintucks

Making a Tucking-Lace-Shadowwork Collar

Making Knotted Rosettes Or "Fru Fru's"

Making the Unknotted Rosette

Making the French Blouse

Making the Round Lace Portrait Collar On the Seing Machine

Making a Puffing Portrait Collar

How to Make Puffing

Using the Gathering Foot for Ruffles

Using the Gathering Foot for Puffing

SECTION THREE MAKING THE HEIRLOOM PARTY DRESS

Cutting out the Dress

Yoke Construction

Ruffle Construction

Fancy Band Construction

Sewing The Fancy Band To The Ruffle

Now It is Time to Measure and Cut Your Skirt Pieces

Constructing Your Skirt

Putting in A Continuous Lap Placket The Selvage Kind

Sewing The Skirts To The Yokes of The Dress

Sewing The Fancy Band to the Dress

Sleeve Construction And Setting In The Sleeves

Finishing The Neckline of The Dress

Attaching Gathered Lace Around The Yokes of The Dress

Closing The Back of The Dress

SECTION FOUR SPECIAL HELPS

Antique Christening Gowns From Museums

Antique Clothing

Shadow Work Alphabet

Embroidery Designs

SECTION FIVE

Patterns for Heirloom Party Dress sizes 3 months through 10 years

Patterns for Lace Collar Guide to Fit Heirloom Party Dress
 
 
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