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To turn them ,inside out,, at least one puncture is necessary, and if you can turn one handle ,inside,-,out, then you can presumably turn all of them ,inside,-,out,. If what I said in the comments is wrong and you can't turn handles ,inside,-,out,, then a necessary and sufficient condition is that there is at least one puncture and no handles.
For this week’s sewing 101, let’s talk about ,facing,. Facings are so easy to make and give your garment a professional finish, without a full lining. Of course you can face and line a garment, which makes it so nice and fancy on ,the inside,. But facings on their own are more economical and great for keeping ,clothing, lightweight.
Facing makes a garment look professionally finished with the seams well hidden inside the folds of the facing. Facing is mostly used to finish the edges in necklines, armholes, hems and openings. They are also used widely in all other sewing like quilts and home decor items like curtain hems. There are basically three types of facing. 1.
Understitching solves this problem! Understitching is simply stitching a line close to the edge of a facing to keep it from rolling toward the outside. It comes in especially handy when sewing around a neckline. It keeps the facing, or lining, firmly on the inside of your garment without any stitches showing on the outside. You’ll Need: Thread; Iron
Place right ,side, of ,facing, on top of the right ,side, of the hem and stitch using your chosen seam allowance amount. Press the seam, retain stitch along the ,facing side,, and press upwards. Finally, hand stitch the edge of the ,facing, to the garment, so that it doesn’t drop down and become visible.
Bias ,facing, is a finish in which bias tape is sewn onto the raw edge, then folded over to the wrong ,side, (so that it's invisible from the outside) and sewn in place. It replaces a conventional ',facing,', which is a piece of fabric cut in the shape of a neckline or armhole, sewn to the raw edge and turned inward.
According to the experts, the idea that masks can be worn facing either direction is patently false: There is only one right way to wear a medical mask—and that's with the blue side facing out. Wing Hong Seto , co-director of the WHO's Collaborating Center for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, set the record straight in a video interview for Bloomberg .