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Making an elastic waistband? How to.


There is more than one way. This is an easy way to make an elastic waistband on mid to lightweight fabric.
Begin by measuring the waist diameter and subtracting 2" from the measurement.
An easy way to make an elastic waistband is to sew the ends of the elastic together, creating a loop with the elastic. Be sure there are no twists in the elastic before sewing the ends together.
Fold the elastic in half using the seam as one edge and mark the other side with a pin. Fold the elastic in half again and mark the two other folds.
Your elastic should now have 3 pins and the seam quarting the circle.
Hopefully your pants have a center, back and two side seams, making the next step easy. If not, fold and mark the front back and sides like you just did with the elastic.
You're now ready to pin the elastic to the OUTSIDE of the pants. Line up the edges of the fabric and elastic. Match the marks on the elastic to those on the pants and pin them together.
Using a quarter inch seam, stretch the elastic between the pins/quarter marks and sew it in place.
IF your machine has a lightening stitch, use that. If not a zigzag stitch will wear better than a straight stitch, which will also work but may snap if used on a stretchy fabric.
After you have attached the elastic fold it to the "inside" of the pants taking care not to fold or bend the elastic. You have just created a nice finished top edge to your pants!
Giving the elastic a stretch so it fits the fabric, pin the front, back and sides like you did before, making sure to pin the lower edge of the elastic.
Stretching the elastic to make it fit the pants, stitch the lower edge close to the edge, again with a stretchy stitch if possible.
Next stitch the top close to the edge from the front. (I know it's already attached, but this will keep the top looking nice.) 1/8" looks nice, but just make sure your distance to the edge is consistant.
Sit back and admire your handy work! You've now got the elastic sewn on and there are no exposed raw edges.

If you are working with a heavier fabric let me know and I can explain how to make a casing for the elastic. The kind you thread the elastic through.

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How can I tell if my coach purse is real?

go to the coach website and or take it into a coach store. they will be able to tell you there.

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The say to dry clean only. Can you wash them?

When a Fabric Tag indicates exactly How the garment is to be cleaned, then that is the correct way. To try and Wash a garment that should be dry cleaned-is to have the Fabric tear apart at the seams, and Rip into different frayed sections-with spotted dyed parts showing.Always follow the directions on your Fabric Tags!

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In the pictures of the these pants have pleats down the front of the pant leg, are these pleats sewn in or are they just an ironed crease?

The pleat is not sewn in. When I first bought these pants they came with the crease down the leg, but after washing them and steaming the pleat wore out.

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When I sew a seam, the bobbin stitch will just pull right out. Anything that I can try?

It has not been under tension when the seam was sewn, check your bobbin threading sequence and refer to your manual. The thread needs to click into a tension spring or similar device on all sewing machines.

For general machine tips, maintenance and help, try - it has lots of information.

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I can't find the tension adjusting spring on my brother 2600i

1Sew a test seam. Ads by Google
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  • 3Find the position of the knots.
  • 4Tighten the tension and "pull the knots up" if the knots appear on the bottom side of the sewn seam.
  • 5Loosen the tension and "drop the knots down" if the knots are on the top surface.
  • 6Sew a test on the fabric you will be using. Tensions often have to be adjusted when changing fabric types and weights.
  • 7Continue adjusting the tension and inspecting the seam until your seam is balanced.
  • Apr 03, 2010 | Brother XL-2600I

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