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sew something up: mend

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Then place fabric C on the two other layers with the right side facing, and sew. Open out the fabrics and edge stitch along the top of the back.
While Cruz et al.'s (2014) primary concern was with explaining how family-owned firms respond when there is a conflict between CSR and SEW considerations, this commentary draws attention to the potential for family firms to also face conflict between preserving different forms of SEW.
Sew 9 border strips together and cut 2 lengths of 81 1/4" for the border #1 side strips and 2 lengths of 701/4" for the border #1 top and bottom strips.
She also makes things for her home, but I think she is cool because if she sees something in a store that she can make, she sews it herself instead of buying it.
"Learning to sew is fun and easy, and your quality can be just as good as any store-bought item or anything from a high fashion designer.
Eight months ago, Suzanne Wiersma opened the lower level of her home on Monday nights to anyone who wanted to sew with her.
All sewing workshop workers received training in how to sew curtains and other items organized by the UNDP Poverty Reduction Project.
As the model would not sew without heavy modifications, it seems that Saint never made a working model.
My adapted machines help me to help others: I volunteer with 4H and teach others to sew.
Take SEW GAY with you to Milan, Tokyo, Fuji or anywhere you're traveling this season and feel gay/les/bi/trans down to you threads.
* Plan to first sew all of the decorative items on the face of the front and back panels.
Sew sides together with a sewing machine, or backstitch with needle and thread.
I also discovered a book on the sewing business that may prove helpful, Do You Sew for Profit?: A Guide for Wholesale, Retail and Consignment (Collins Publications; $19.95) by Barbara Wright Sykes.