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SueC56
Posted 2020-04-24 3:20 PM (#93378)
Subject: Jersey flounce


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I'm considering doing a flounce collar on a tshirt (v neck) but am concerned that the jersey will curl after it is washed and dried. Would that be a correct assessment?

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SueC56
Posted 2020-04-25 3:00 PM (#93379 - in reply to #93378)
Subject: RE: Jersey flounce


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So, since the flounce will be cut mostly on the bias, is it less likely to curl? I'll have to do some testing.
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Patti
Posted 2020-04-25 5:02 PM (#93380 - in reply to #93379)
Subject: RE: Jersey flounce



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Is there grain on jersey? It's always been my understanding that you don't get bias with knit. I could be wrong.
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SueC56
Posted 2020-04-25 6:15 PM (#93381 - in reply to #93378)
Subject: Re: Jersey flounce


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Right, there isn't really grain but you know how the jersey edge curls towards the right side or wrong side when you stretch the fabric,depending on when you stretch it lengthwise or crosswise. Just wondering what it will do if you cut a flounce /circle.

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