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Re: Zipper and Knitting
Posted by: jeanette (IP Logged)
Date: August 11, 2009 01:51PM

I recently purchased a Knit Simple fall 2009 magazine at the supermarket and it has an article on properly sewing a zipper in a sweater.
It recommends closing the zipper and pinning it to the garment. Pinning close to the teeth will hide the fabric sides of the zipper. Baste the zipper in place using a running stitch on the right side, or whipstitch it in place on the wrong side.
Personnaly, I have always done both. It does a better job of holding the zipper in place. Good luck.



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  Zipper and Knitting KT 08/10/2009 01:13PM
  Re: Zipper and Knitting Alex 08/11/2009 01:54AM
  Re: Zipper and Knitting KT 08/11/2009 11:37AM
  Re: Zipper and Knitting jeanette 08/11/2009 01:51PM
  Re: Zipper and Knitting knittingmom 08/11/2009 04:00PM


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