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That Wonderful Scarf

kgseidel | Posted in General Discussion on

This is my first post to this list. In the June/July 2005 issue of THREADS magazine, there are some
instructions that I don’t understand.

On page 32 under the heading “Ripply spiral” I get lost starting with the
sentence. “Sew the two abutting edges together” — which edges abut in

spiral tube? Then when flattening the tube (in the following sentence), do
you flatten it as shown in the picture (with the point in the center)? If
so, where do you sew? Or do you flatten it with the point at the edge so
that you have a clean diagonal to sew along?

I just can&

#39;t make sense of this.


  1. carolfresia | | #1

    Kathy--see my answer under "Organza scarf"--I htink that might help with the "abutting edges" questions. The edges are abutted only when you first form the spiral; you still sew them wrong sides together, as for the other seams.

    For the ends, you can sew them any way you like. In this case, they were sewn on a diagonal. It just depends on the look you want.


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