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Asked by nblinhua on 05/18/2016 at 5:23 AM

And then, fold the other two edges under and pin. Remember to sew the [url=]knittingfabric[/url] three patch sides onto the silk using a very tiny running stitch and sewing as close to the patch edges as possible.

Move the needle in toward the patch center 1/4 inch and sew a second row of stitches, in the shape of the triangle along the edges using a running stitch.

Turn the silk inside out. Lay the patched rip or hole onto a flat surface.

Sew the jagged edges of the hole or rip on the inside of the patch using an over-sewing stitch or whipstitch. Be careful not to snag the patch fabric beneath.

Finally, cover the patch with a pressing cloth. Press with an iron set on a silk setting.

Well, how to treat discolored silk? Generally, people may think this is a hard work, however, as a matter of fact, it is not. You can just make the silk recover to its sheen with only a few steps. See as follow.

Place the silk in a container. Fill the container with cold water. Add the manufacturer's recommended amount of detergent. Wash the silk gently using a kneading motion.

Loosely squeeze the silk in the water. Rinse the fabric in a sink in cool water until all detergent residue is removed.

Refill the container with cold water. Add 1/2 cup vinegar, because vinegar will prevent the yellowing of silk. Immerse the silk in the vinegar solution. Rinse the silk in the sink with cold water.

To remove stain and clean a silk garment, you need to prepare stain remover, paper towels, water, vinegar, soft detergent, [url=]Hot Selling Fabric[/url] two towels, and iron in advance.


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