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  • Bed Sash & Scatter Cushions

    Sorry picture is so dark...delivered at long last, client delighted
    Regards
    Mairi

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    Oh Mairi,
    That does look lovely! :P I bet he/she was thrilled. You've used the tartan really neatly and evenly. I wonder if the clients will dress the bed as well as you or maybe you're expected to go on a daily basis?
    I'm so glad you posted a picture. It 's good to see the end result when you feel you've been involved in the job.
    Well done you!

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      Re: Bed Sash & Scatter Cushions

      I'm glad the client was delighted - it looks really lovely Mairi.
      Jane

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        Lovely Mairi, especially the tartan ,

        Enid

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          Re: Bed Sash & Scatter Cushions

          Thanks guys...I'll need to brush up on my photography...didn't notice the cream bed linen under the pillows until I down- loaded the pics...never mind u can't win them all

          I've also got a circular table cloth to make..Any ideas of price for something which seems so simple but I know will be horrible to do...I'm even considering binding it rather than hemming... feedback will be really appreciated on this...
          Regards
          Mairi

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            Re: Bed Sash & Scatter Cushions

            Hi Mairi
            Well done on a lovely set of cushions and bed sash. You have lined the tartan up really well.

            I lined the last circular table cloth that I made out of necessity (the fabric would have caught and run on the chip board table!). Basically I machine hemmed the two pieces together right sides together, and turned it through a small opening which I then hand stitched up. A quick press with the iron and the edges were lovely and neat. I found this so much easier than hemming all the way round. I had to put two side seams in the cloth, and made some discreet stab stitches in this area to hold the pieces together. The result was very pleasing - the circular shape was retained well all around the cloth. I would most likely do this again as it was nice and quick.

            Sas

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