Video: Variable-Width Facing on a Decorative Edge
with Diane Ericson
When creating a new look by reshaping the edges of a pattern, consider partially extending the facing around the seam. Bold, contrasting material can add excitement to your design, but even subtle colors can accentuate curves and give a flare to the edge. In this video, designer Diane Ericson demystifies the technique of extending the facing around the edge of a seam. It requires some preplanning a little more material, but Diane guarantees “You’ll love the results.”
Diane Ericson designs and writes in Corralitos, California. Read more of her ideas for “Redesigning Pattern Edges” in the June/July 2002 issue of Threads (#101).