The Anderson Blouse Pt2
While my daughter had a friend round (the teenagers spent most of the day eating me out of house and home and watching anime), I traced my Anderson Blouse pattern. Ironed the fabric (it’s one that wrinkles if you just look at it wrong), pinned out my pattern pieces and cut them out.
Then I read the first instruction from Sew Over It.
Hmm, this could be tricky. As you may already know, I sew on a vintage 1920s Singer hand-crank sewing machine.
This lovely sewing machine can only do a straight stitch, and only forwards. You have to physically change the direction of the fabric to go in the other direction.
I think I am going to try and sew 10mm from the edge of a test bit of fabric to see if that works as stay stitching.
Slightly related, if you are thinking of trying a Sew Over It pattern, I can report that the instructions are very clear (with photographic diagrams).