Making Lined Drapes - Alta Blinds.
Making Lined Drapes
- Money made; earnings or profit
- The process of making or producing something
- qualification: an attribute that must be met or complied with and that fits a person for something; "her qualifications for the job are excellent"; "one of the qualifications for admission is an academic degree"; "she has the makings of fine musician"
- (usually plural) the components needed for making or doing something; "the recipe listed all the makings for a chocolate cake"
- Essential qualities or ingredients needed for something
- devising: the act that results in something coming to be; "the devising of plans"; "the fashioning of pots and pans"; "the making of measurements"; "it was already in the making"
- (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)
- (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"
- Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way
- (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"
- Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something
- Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth
- bordered by a line of things; "tree lined streets"
- Mark or cover with lines
- Hit a line drive
- (used especially of skin) marked by lines or seams; "their lined faces were immeasurably sad"; "a seamed face"
- Stand or be positioned at intervals along
Draped Cardigan - Assembly
(I suggest that after each piece is sewn together, that a zig zag stitch is used along the edge to reinforce each seam)
1. With right sides facing, sew the top of the front chest pieces together with a straight stitch.
2. Mark the mid point on the back upper back piece at the shoulders, and then line up the seam of the joined front chest pieces with right sides together, and then sew together.
3. Flip the sides of the two front and back pieces together so that right sides are facing, and then sew together.
4. With right sides facing, assemble the bottom portion of the sweater as pictured.
5. Line up the seams and pin together the bottom and top of the sweater together with right sides facing, and then sew together.
6. Mark 2 inches in on each side of the previously sewn seam. Then, with elasticized thread, sew along the seam from each point, making sure the back stitch accordingly. (The of each side should have no elasticized thread sewn into it).
7. Pin on the sleeves starting by first joining the seam on the sleeve and the seam joining the front of the sweater to the back.
Finish all edges to your preference (if you used a nice knit you can leave them raw, zigzag along them, or, as I did to play it safe, do double fold and sew on a hem).
Maiko Girl 1966
A Japan Air Lines, press photo.
The following press release is glued to the back of the photo: “Exotic and fascinating are the mysterious maiko or apprentice geisha of Japan distinguished by their elaborate kimono, traditionally lacquered jet-black hair and heavy, brocaded long obi (sash) draped down their back. In Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan and home of the most noted geisha schools, the maiko begins her training as a teenager. To become a highly specialized entertainer she learns the art of dancing, make-up and dress, singing, music, flower arranging, tea ceremony and conversation." January 1972.
"Geisha - touch of the ancient." newspaper clipping, Oct 16, 1966.
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