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« on: June 16, 2010 08:55:12 PM »

I am making a pillow with brush fringe trim like this: http://www.indianproduct.com/tasselnfringe/newfringes/r266.jpg. I was wondering what to do with the two raw ends when they meet so that it won't unravel or be unsightly. Since it's a pillow, it will be visible from both sides.

Thanks for any tips.
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« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2010 01:09:12 PM »

I remember reading something about this kind of fringe application in a Singer sewing book once.  I think what they recommended is to start and stop the fringe on a side close to a corner rather than right at a corner, and overlap it just slightly, so there isn't a noticeable gap between the 2 ends.  Hopefully that works for you!
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