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Now here is the only tricky part. With the presser foot still up and the needle in the fabric on the "dot," rotate the top inset piece toward you rotating it counter-clockwise. At the same time, rotate the bottom piece clockwise, so the raw edges will meet. The next two pictures illustrate this and the drawn on arrows show which way to rotate the pieces. Because we clipped the corner, we can do this easily!

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    Mar 26, 2015, 06.56 AMby Sally Torres

    I’m just learning this in my fashion classes and it was really killin’ me…thanks for making this so much easier than my course did! One question: In step 5 it looks like you only cut the bottom piece, is that right?

    Thanks again…and hope you get this question on such an old string!

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