In this tutorial， I’；d like to share with you how？to sew darts in multi-layer with lace overlay.accent pillow case baby burlap baby decoration
All marking will be made on fashion fabric underlayer.？Mark center dart guideline. Mark both dart leg stitching lines.？Mark dart stitching lines on the under layer wrong side (none public side) of fashion fabric.
Layer lace to right side of your fabric using a temporary spray adhesive or hand-basting.
Lower the foot pressure to 40.
To baste the dart lines use the Dual Feed or the BERNINA Walking foot # 50.
Baste 1/16th inch inside of dart stitch lines as previously marked. Starting with the center dart placement line， then baste (using stitch length between 3.5-4.5) the dart dart legs.
Line up and match dart stitching lines as you pin darts in preparation for stitching. It is important here to utilize your center guidelinepersonalized gifts for girlfriend， which helps to keep the lace in place and centered within the dart legs.
Needle Placement is 1/16″； from basting.
Use a？？2.5 –； 3.5 stitch length and stitch the darts exactly along the previously marked stitching lines， which？should be 1/16th inch from the dart basting made in step 4.
NOTE： Keep the stitching close to the basting lines in order to insure the lace is caught up in the dart along with the fashion fabric as you come to the dart endpoint.
Shorten stitch length to 1.5 mm at least 1/2″； before the dart ending point.？Stitch until the needle is just off the tip of the dart point at？the tip where all of the basted lines meet.
Keep the stitching only a slight hairline away from the basting stitches toward the endpoint. This final stitch will make a difference from the finished side and create a smoother transition from lace to fabric.
Press the dart to one side over a pressing ham using a press cloth.？Depending on the thickness of the fashion fabric and lace overlay， the dart may need to be cut open to reduce bulkiness or show through.
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