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I can't decide if this is a bracelet or an anklet. It can only be an anklet if you're willing to break out into dance when you wear it! Whatever you decide, this piece is fun and easy to make. It's perfect for the hodgepodge of leftovers on your worktable--a "bench collection" of sorts. Don't dwell on planning your design; if you go with the flow, it will truly reflect you and your work.
Establish the straight of grain: Use scissors to place a snip into the selvedge edge of woven fabric, about 1" (2.54cm) from the cut edge. (The selvedge edges are the two finished edges of the fabric as it comes from the factory.) Tear the fabric at the snip.
Establish the bias grain: Place the fabric on a flat surface. Pick up one corner of the fabric and bring the end diagonally across the fabric so that one torn edge of the fabric will rest on top of one selvedge edge of the fabric. Press the fold with an iron.
Barbara's material is well written and tells the complete story. I have learned a lot from this and her videos!! Love this book.Published 1 month ago by KathyAnneArt
Book is ok....not my style to use as a self teaching book. I will read and am sure will get some valuable information out of it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Who Made That
I bought this book expecting a thorough exploration and explanation of enameling techniques, tools, combinations of enamel colors and various types of enamels, how to get certain... Read morePublished 4 months ago by matt
It's a nice book, with nice photos. I've been a metal smith for 18 years, and an enamalist for 6 now. Read morePublished 5 months ago by deborah
A nifty little book filled with randomness, far from being purely predictable and with a new twist on enameling. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Warren JR