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Next Big Futures article The design process for this silk fabric is surprisingly simple: it’s just a tear pattern of the fabric that is sewn into the fabric.
The fabric is then dried and the tear pattern is left on the fabric for about a month.
The only thing left to do is to cut the fabric in half.
The process can be quite laborious but once done, the fabric will be super soft, stretchy, and extremely durable.
The pattern is super easy to follow, and can be found on Pinterest and in the fabric section of any fabric shop.
But how do you sew the tear patterns onto the fabric?
There are a few different ways to sew tear patterns on fabric.
First, if you have a machine that makes fabric for sewing machines, then you can simply sew them on the machine itself.
There are also a few ways to cut a tear patterns out of fabric.
For a more detailed tutorial on how to cut out a tear, check out this post.
I like to cut my tear patterns into 1 inch square pieces.
For the rest of this tutorial, I will be using the machine to cut these out.
Here is how to make the fabric pattern for my door: 1.
Cut a 1-inch piece of fabric about 1.5 inches wide.
This is the length of the tear that you want to make into the wall.
If you cut a smaller piece, you can make the wall longer by sewing in the same amount of length.
Sew on the tear on the first side of the piece that is longer.
I will use the top side of this fabric to sew the top of the torn tear pattern onto the wall, so that it matches up with the existing fabric.
Sew the bottom of the strip to match the tear.
Sew two loops through the top to hold the tear in place while you sew.
Now sew a 1/4 inch seam across the top and bottom of your fabric, using a 1.75 inch seam allowance.
Repeat the process with the next 2 strips of fabric, then sew a second seam across each strip.
Next, sew a 4 inch seam in the middle of the first strip, then 2 more seams along the edges of the second strip, and so on.
Repeat this process on the next strip of fabric so that you have 4-6 strips on the wall of your home.
Finish the pattern with a 1 inch seam on each side.
The first and second side of each strip should match the torn fabric perfectly.
I love this step because it gives me the extra space to move around the tear without having to worry about the seam running across each other.
You can either use a sewing machine to sew a pattern onto a strip of the wall that you cut off, or you can use a pattern you cut out from a scrap piece of the fabrics.
If using a pattern, make sure that the tear you sew on to the wall matches the tear made on the scrap piece.
Sewing a tear into a scrap pattern on the second side is not the same as a tear made into the first.
The tear pattern must match the fabric perfectly, and it must match exactly the same length.
This way, if there are any seams, you will have two different patterns for your wall.
Now you can take the torn pattern off and sew it onto the second wall of the home.
This method works best if the tear is in a spot where you will need to be able to remove it from the wall without damaging the fabric or the fabric itself.
If the tear isn’t in a place where you can easily remove it, you should start by cutting a strip that matches the pattern.
Once you have the pattern, you want it to fit snugly on the pattern strips, which means that the torn part of the pattern must be snugly aligned.
The final step is to use a 1″ seam allowance to sew your tear pattern into the pattern strip.
If your tear is longer than 1/8″ wide, then cut a 1 1/2″ seam on the top (or bottom) of your strip of tear and sew that seam onto the tear itself.
Then, sew the torn strip to the top strip.
When you have finished the tear, the tear should match perfectly with the tear and seam.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on making a tear that fits perfectly in your wall, and that it will be an easy way to create a cozy and functional wall piece that will give your home a new look.
Please note that this tutorial uses the brand name “Tear” as a generic name for the fabric used for the wall and not for the design itself.
You may purchase the fabric directly from Etsy, and this tutorial does not include any instructions for how to fabricate it yourself.
If there is a specific type of fabric you would like me to make, you may contact me at [email protected]