Do you cut sewing patterns?

What happens if you cut a piece of cloth?

Cutting of a cloth piece is a physical change because it does not change the chemical composition of cloth and the change is only in the state, size, shape, colour, texture or the smell of some or all of the substances that undergo a physical change.

What do dots mean on sewing patterns?

Dots are made in various sizes by the pattern companies. These must be marked onto your fabric. They indicate starting and stopping points for stitching, as well as points to match up markings for things like darts.

What does cut 2 mean on a sewing pattern?

If your pattern says to “Cut 2”, you’ll want to fold your fabric half with your selvages together. (If you are unfamiliar with the word selvage, check out our Fabric Anatomy post.) Notice the selvages are on the right side and the fold is on the left.

What happens if you cut fabric on the wrong side?

Fabric is usually folded right sides together for cutting. The only time it is cut right side out is if it has a design that must be taken into account and that does not show through to the wrong side. Fold the fabric as shown in the cutting layout on the pattern guide sheet.

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What is the wrong side of the fabric called?

The face of fabric, also known as the right side, is the side of a fabric that is meant to be seen. The face is what you see on the outside of the garment when it is finished; the other side, the wrong side, is hidden.