In sewing, many parts of a garment can be influenced by the turn-of-cloth-center front edges, cuffs, pocket flaps, to name a few-but it's most obvious in rolled collars and lapels. Every fabric has different turn-of-cloth requirements. The heavier the fabric, the more turn-of-cloth is required. For the best results, calculate the amount to allow for turn-of-cloth based on the fabric you're using. Once you've applied turn-of-cloth considerations with these tips, see how this simple effort pays off.
From Threads #131
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Posted on Aug 30th, 2011 in online extras, garment construction, fabric, downloads, threads magazine, Threads 131