Back to school! Dear students, folding knit garments (neatly) and storing them horizontally in a dresser drawer, as opposed to hanging them vertically in a closet, will help prevent elongation and the twisting of seams.
Pictured above is a humongous pile of assorted T shirts that are currently available at Honest Ed's- 581 Bloor Street (honesteds.sites.toronto.com)
Bias binding is a beautiful way to finish the seams on a woven garment- it's a strip of fabric that has been cut on the bias and is folded around all of the raw edges then sewn into place.
Pictured above is one of six if you see cake vintage cotton with antique button and silk satin bias bound neckline detail tops, available from the studio on Saturdays (10:00 am to 6:00 pm) starting in mid September 2010- 589 Markham Street, Toronto (imadethisforyou.ca)
Or, alternatively, for an appointment, please contact email@example.com