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Press with steam and cloth to finish. This photo shows the right side and the inside finished.

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    Nov 9, 2011, 03.53 PMby ifkagljifka

    easy and wonderfull…hvala!

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    Jun 20, 2011, 04.54 AMby bektravels

    I’ve been looking for ages for something covering this exact technique! Thank you so much!

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    Oct 26, 2010, 02.44 PMby bjeppson

    I love this technique. I tried it on a T-shirt and it works well. The tighter the curve, the more steaming it needed to shape the piece.

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    Jun 20, 2010, 07.33 PMby spencie

    Great trick, love the finished product

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    Jun 14, 2010, 08.07 PMby mitmit

    Great! Just what I’ve been looking for! Thanks!!

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    Feb 23, 2010, 09.10 AMby drumml

    Thanks, I love it too. especially the notes.!

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    Feb 18, 2010, 06.43 AMby bevog

    You must have read my mind! I will definitely be adding this to my toolkit. Thank you so much.

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    Jan 17, 2010, 03.04 PMby kashmir

    great tip… will be trying this out for def!!

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    Dec 21, 2009, 01.12 PMby kayla-day

    Thank you! So very helpful! Love the sticky notes on the photos to help describe what is going on…genius!

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    Dec 5, 2009, 11.12 PMby zenlove

    Very helpful, thank u

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    Nov 12, 2009, 02.47 AMby azima

    good job!

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    Oct 17, 2009, 12.03 PMby ladykatza

    This is Awesome. I love wearing knits. I’ve inherited a serger and that makes part of the seems easy. Now I have a finishing technique!

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    Oct 10, 2009, 06.28 PMby marijaj

    thank you , for technique!

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    Oct 10, 2009, 01.57 AMby Ami Taf

    thank you so much for sharing this, :)

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      Oct 10, 2009, 02.49 AMby alysonmwilson

      this is EXACTLY what i was looking for. i had no idea how to make the edges of a lavender wool knit piece look finished and there is no chance i would find matching bias stripping. can’t wait to practice this…

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    Oct 1, 2009, 06.08 PMby ruthw

    Spontique, you can have no idea how much I love you for this tutorial. I want to sew some knits without buying a serger (I don’t want to make THAT many knits) and you just showed me how to get an even better, more elegant finish than I would get with a serger anyway! I particularly note the extra tip about not moving your pressing till it’s cool. I would never have thought of that. Thanks!

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    Sep 11, 2009, 08.14 PMby zoja12

    This is just fantastic – thanks sooooo much for these instructions – they are extremely understandable and usefull !

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    Sep 3, 2009, 12.14 PMby seemane

    Great instructions & a great finish – a job very well done :) !

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    Sep 3, 2009, 12.21 AMby mayadaughterofsun

    Thanks for the instructions, very easy to follow!!

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    Sep 2, 2009, 02.19 PMby buzzybee

    Thank you for these instructions. Everything is very clear and easy to understand. Extremely useful!

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    Sep 1, 2009, 11.39 PMby passthepins

    thanks for that. this would be a good technique for swimwear and underwear too i imagine..

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    Sep 1, 2009, 07.23 AMby trailblazer

    I love these instructions, so easy to follow with the notes in the pictures 8D Thanks :)

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    Sep 1, 2009, 01.10 AMby sarahwau

    Thankyou so much for the instructions. I’ve been putting off doing stretch knits because they always look really homemade but with these instructions I’ll have another go.

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    Aug 30, 2009, 03.59 AMby craftclothier

    I’ve been looking for a solution to this problem… thanks for the excellent technique.

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    Aug 28, 2009, 10.47 PMby erdronen

    this is fantastic! i’ve been doing something similar that is actually quite a bit harder, so i need to try it this way! thanks for the tip :)

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    Aug 28, 2009, 05.40 PMby luzie

    Great technique – it gives neckline a very professional look! Thanks! :-)

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