Sequence flower

Most often people will notice that sew owns appear “flimsy.” This is because they do not have the weight or thickness of the heat seal glue on the back. Sew owns include almost all the lace pieces we carry, as well as a few sew owns that we’ve been able to acquire. Today many people do not want to take the time to sew on a patch, but it is really quite simple and easy especially with the small pieces. You do not need to use a sewing machine. Hand-stitching is fine. Catching the threads on the back of the patch every few threads is all that is necessary. Concentrate on the “points” for a secure, polished look, and do not pull the thread too tight.

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The embellishment is the sew-on Sequence flower. For hundreds of years, people have embellished their clothing and accessories with different bits of laces and trims. They are permanent and highly durable.

Sew is wonderful for a vintage look as many small flowers and "lacey" looking appliques are only available as a sew-on applique. They are perfect for sachets and delicate undergarment designs for the 20th century.

Most often people will notice that sew owns appear "flimsy." This is because they do not have the weight or thickness of the heat seal glue on the back. Sew owns include almost all the lace pieces we carry, as well as a few sew owns that we've been able to acquire. Today many people do not want to take the time to sew on a patch, but it is really quite simple and easy especially with the small pieces. You do not need to use a sewing machine. Hand-stitching is fine. Catching the threads on the back of the patch every few threads is all that is necessary. Concentrate on the "points" for a secure, polished look, and do not pull the thread too tight.

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