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Use This Technique for Crosswise Grain

Fabric must be cut along the lengthwise grain in order to drape properly. If you’re not sure how to find the lengthwise grain, use this technique to find the crosswise grain. You’ll then cut the fabric in the opposite (perpendicular) direction. [wprm-recipe-roundup-item link=”” name=”Grainline: Finding the Grain” summary=”Use this technique to find the grainline when sewing. ” image=”6841″]

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