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Well, I hope these pics have helped you see (couldn’t help myself!!!) how to make your toy’s EYES look absolutely stunning!!! : ) Please don’t forget – If you have any tips for using Craft eyes… please share the love!!!

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If you feel your fabric is going to fray for whatever reason you can used a sewn finish. This can be on any style of fabric, though if you are using a sheer fabric I wouldn’t use this technique.Fleece fabric is nice and ‘fluffy’ and so the eyes will sink into the fur/pile a little and fit nice and snuggly in place… Then there are the stronger but loose weave fabrics that also have a tendency to fray due to the texture of the fabric. Burlap, canvas, and some linens fall into this category. Try a zigzag stitch on your sewing machine. Set your sewing machine to the zigzag setting by using the dial or digital display on its side. [11] X Research source Place the fabric under the raised foot of your machine. [12] X Research source Lower the foot and proceed to feed the fabric through the machine. Keep the fabric’s edge lined up with the middle of the foot. [13] X Research source You could make a feature of the edge and hand sew a blanket stitch. This would look decorative and would stop further fraying. Otherwise, you could turn the edge over twice to create a double hem. Hi there, I have napkins that have a frayed edge and want to be able to hand stitch something to stop it from fraying further. Sewing is new to me so any advice would be helpful.

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Place the washer onto the shank of the Craft eye…and push it down EVENLY, until it ‘clips’ into place. Also washing and ironing can provoke the fabric to fray leaving the seams vulnerable. You can use this method for one time wear items and more household items that don’t need a visible seam. Iron On Adhesive Hem Tape I'm Helen Harrison and I started this blog as a way to document & share my passion for sewing with the world. There are plenty of times you can use a sewn fabric finish. Most common uses are on clothing as the friction of movement often makes fabrics unravel and fray.Use a serger to secure the edge. The most professional way to finish an edge is with a specialized sewing machine called a serger. [9] X Research source This sewing gadget uses four threads and two needles. Thread your serger and feed your seam under the foot, moving it through your machine needles, as you would with any sewing machine. [10] X Research source A simple machine zigzag stitch on the edge of the fabric also works well on cotton. Try a zig-zag of width 3 and length 3 and see how that looks and whether the fraying is stopped. A three-step zig-zag is also a good stitch to stop fraying and can make the edges sit flatter. Polyester can fray easily and unfortunately, it may be the quality of the fabric. I would resew the seams a fraction in so there is a double row of stitching. Cotton pajamas will always last the longest.

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A no sew finish is an edging you can use on fabrics that doesn’t involve a sewing machine or sewing. These are the most popular ways to stop fabric from fraying without using a sewing machine. Nail Polish Place the felt square onto the shank of the Craft eye, before adding the washer and pushing it down EVENLY, until it ‘clips’ into place. The stitch creates triangles that fold over the edge of the fabric and does a simple straight stitch at the bottom of the triangle. It can also be very decorative on fabrics and often used on felt projects as a decorative edging. French Seam Using pinking shears to cut a fresh edge. Pinking shears look like scissors with teeth and you can find them at any craft store or online. You use them as you would use scissors, cutting a new edge onto your fabric. Instead of a straight edge, however, the shears cut in a jagged-tooth pattern. This cut will prevent the edges from fraying. [3] X Research source To stop a piece of fabric from fraying you can work on a few different techniques. There are ways you can stop the fabric from fraying with a sewing machine and without. Sewn FinishThat is everything you need to know how to stop fabric from fraying. I hope you find these techniques useful and helpful. If you have any other techniques you use to stop fabric from fraying I would love to know! Scotch tape is a clear, adhesive tape. Select a matte tape as opposed to one with a glossy finish because it will be less noticeable. In bulkier fabrics, fabric sealants can come to the rescue, or even fabric glue or Mod Podge painted on the edge of the cut fabric. Always do a test first for the types of fabrics this method is suitable for.

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