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Attaching a selfmade (jeans) valve on a kerchief, tea-towel or vintage cloth, finishing it off with a trim. Knotting the cloth in different ways for d...
Use an old cap as pattern for the valve and cut it out of a piece of plastic, a lit of a plastic bucket will do perfectly. Then copy the valve twice o...
Put the parts together with pins and sew the outer seamline over the chalkline. cutting little "V's" out of your seam allowance, without clipping thro...
Turn the fabric in side out and push the plastic valve in it, correctly under the hem. This will be a tricky job, but if you don't do this neatly, it ...
Now take a kerchief, tea-towel or vintage cloth and cut it in half so you get 2 triangular pieces. For a Peddoekie use one piece. (you can make your v...
Finish the hem off with a trim; Stitch on the wrong side of the fabric, over the seam of the valve and so on to the end of the cloth. Fold the hem wit...
Attach a piece of elastic on the valve ends for more wearing options & comfort! You can form the valve by heating with an iron! Be careful not to let ...
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Posted:Jan 31, 2011
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