How to Sew Elastic on Fabric?

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When sewing elastic on fabric, begin by securing it to the fabric. Use a longer stitch length on your sewing machine. Stretch the elastic while sewing a zig zag stitch over the stretched elastic. Detailed instructions for sewing elastic on fabric: 1ststeptosewingsuccess.blogspot.com
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Sewing Elastic. A contributor named Amanda Mangan contributed this suggestion on Simplicity.com: "I have a great method for making the casing for an elastic band without having
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1. With the inside of the pants facing you, fold over the top edge 1/4-inch. Press. Fold over again to create a 1 1/4-inch casing from the top folded edge to the bottom folded edge.
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When you want to sew something elastic to something that's not, you can use a zigzag stitch *while* stretching the elasticized piece* to the length you'll need it to be when being
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1. Make a note of laundering instructions when you purchase fabric. Most fabric stores will give you labels with these directions automatically, but if they are not available, make
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In order to sew elastic on fabric you truly need two hands. One hand to hold and stretch the elastic as you sew. The elastic has to be stretch so that it will gather the garment.
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