Sandra Van der Lely

Sandra Van der Lely

Sandra Van der Lely
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Hong Kong seam - his is quite an eye-catching seam finish, especially when you choose a contrasting fabric to bind the edges in an unlined or underlined garment. It's also an effective seam finish when using a fabric that frays easily. This finish works best on stable silks such as raw silk, matka, silk noil, brocade, damask, and silk tweeds. China silk or other very lightweight silks, even dupioni, are good choices for the wrapped edgings. Double-fold bias tape can also be used.

A Hong Kong seam is quite an eye-catching finish for silk, especially when you choose a contrasting fabric to bind the edges.

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Appelcake zonder suiker 4 eieren 200 gram amandelmeel 1 1/2 theelepel bakpoeder 100 gram honing of maple siroop 50 gram roomboter of 25 gram kokosvet 1/2 theelepel koekkruiden of kaneel 10 gram walnoten 1 appel citroensap zout