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Sugarplum
Posted 2015-08-01 6:43 PM (#90130)
Subject: Entering Fabric


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When entering fabric, what does Top Selvedge & Bottom mean?

Thank you for answers...

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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2015-08-01 9:35 PM (#90131 - in reply to #90130)
Subject: RE: Entering Fabric



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Most woven fabrics have a selvage or tightly woven edge on each lengthwise or long side of the fabric. Frequently when laying patterns on fabrics, you want to avoid laying the fabric into the selvage and so knowing the width of the selvage helps with creating fabric layouts. You can enter the width of the top and bottom selvages for you fabrics as desired.
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Sugarplum
Posted 2015-08-02 6:15 PM (#90132 - in reply to #90131)
Subject: RE: Entering Fabric


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Thanks for the answer. I never thought of measuring between the selvages.

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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2015-08-02 8:44 PM (#90134 - in reply to #90132)
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Sugarplum - 2015-08-02 5:15 PM

Thanks for the answer. I never thought of measuring between the selvages.



Sometimes, you need to if they are very wide or would be visible in the finished item.
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