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From: Anza54
Date: 03-20-2007, 02:53 PM (1 of 1)
Hello all. Could use a little advise please. I am in the mist of finishing up a wedding gift project. All I have left to do is make ruffles for tea towels. I made place mats, pot holders and cloth table napkins. I want to decorate some kitchen towels with same material as the other pieces. I need to make rolled hems for the bottom of ruffles but have never used a rolled hem foot before. It does not sound hard to use, according to machine instructions but on my practice pieces it didn't turn out very clean looking. I don't want a big bulky hem so I figured rolled hem would be the way to go. Any suggestion or help in this matter would be greatly appreciated. The wedding was last month and I don't want the bride to think I flaked on her. :sad: :shock: Help please. Thank you Anza54
User: Anza54
Member since: 03-13-2007
Total posts: 63
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