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Lost article – handsewing rolled hem

WFL112 | Posted in Feedback on Threads on

Hello,

Recently, Threads had a brief article or tip showing how to hand sew a rolled hem for a silk scarf.  I thought the illustrations were especially helpful.

I am finally ready to begin and now I can’t locate the information. I have tried the online index, which is generally very helpful.

Does anyone remember seeing this can can you point me in the right direction. I have looked in my sewing books and have not seen as clear an explanation as the one Threads gave.

Thank you and happy sewing!

WFL

 

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  1. cafms | | #1

    That was in the November 2005, number 121, page 79.

    1. WFL112 | | #2

      Thank you kindly!

      This is one thing I find difficult about sewing - keeping track of all the helpful tips and interesting ideas I would like to try. The online index is a big help, but a forum like this is invaluable!

      WFL

      1. carolfresia | | #3

        The online index is helpful, but unfortunately, we're not always able to index every tip or Q/A. I do try to include as many as I can, so that this type of situation can be avoided as often as possible! However, the other thing is that we prepare and publish (and hence, post online) the index only once a year, so if the topic in question was in the magazine just a few months back, there's a chance that it won't have appeared in the online index yet. It would be fantastic to update the index with every issue, but we don't have the staff to take care of that at the moment. 

        I hope that others looking for a mysteriously unfindable topic will also post here, so we can all search back in our memories and help them locate the information.

        Carol 

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