However the usual principles apply such as lining up fabrics right sides together and trying to keep grain lines consistent.
Whilst the method has disadvantages in the extra steps of preparing foundations and reversing them and using extra fabric, it does help even experienced sewers to be very accurate, even when sewing more complex patterns once the preserve of experts.
|1. Place patch One on the|
REVERSE of foundation and
pin. Turn over and on drawn
side, check that you have
enough seam allowance.
|2. Place patch Two right |
sides rogether but then turn over
and sew ALONG THE
|3. Add a second HST in the |
|4. Now you probably have too much |
seam allowance so turn back the
foundation and trim back the seam
|5. Trimming gives you a nice neat line on which to|
line up the second goose, right sides together.
Turn over and sew along the drawn horizontal line.