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Striped Fabric as Trim: How to Miter the Corners

Striped trim is especially effective as a design element when it's mitered at corners.
Threads #188, Dec. 2016/Jan. 2017

Evamarie Gomez, Judith Neukam and Carol Fresia; Videographer: Jeff Roos

Striped trim is especially effective as a design element when it’s mitered at corners. Follow along as Threads contributing editor Judith Neukam shows one method for creating this look.

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    LuvThreadsMagazine | | #1


    Great topic, mitering is an art and a science.

    Ideal choices for casting - Fresia is the dependable studio staple, and "Judith" IS the living legend.

    Here's a treatment proposal (could take you to Sundance), "All about Stephanie".

    A sewing diva is paired with a seemingly green upstart, but as the story unfolds, someone is crowded off the video shorts sound stage (it's perfect for 2017!).

    An ever helpful fan

  2. parkapuff | | #2

    is that color and fabric available anywhere? I would love to find out.

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