Step 1: Making Inner Valve & Pattern
Step 2: Making the Valve Out of Fabric
cutting little "V's" out of your seam allowance, without clipping through your stitches.
Step 3: Secure the Inner Valve
This will be a tricky job, but if you don't do this neatly, it will look lumpy on the outside
Hold the plastic valve in place by sticking pins in the inner seamline and stitch it.
Step 4: Attach the Valve on a Kerchief, Tea-towel or Vintage Cloth
Attach the valve you made to the long side of the cloth with pins against the wrong side of the fabric. Stitch over the present seam of the valve
After you have stitched the valve correctly on the cloth, the unfinished hem will be on the upper side!
Step 5: Finish the Hem Off With a Trim
Easy way: use bias tape, pin it and stitch it around the hem!
Step 6: Comphy Elastic & Bending the Valve
You can form the valve by heating with an iron! Be careful not to let it melt together! When it becomes a little bit floppy, you bent it in the required form and cool it of by waving with it!
More instructions needed? Check https://www.instructables.com/id/make-your-own-Peddoekie-in-11-steps/