Thread: Sequin Work
View Single Post
Old 04-13-2005, 05:42 PM   #19
walela49
the legal plumes lady!
 
walela49's Avatar
 
User InfoThanks / Tagging InfoGifts / Achievements / AwardsvBActivity Stats
walela49 has a reputation beyond repute
walela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond reputewalela49 has a reputation beyond repute
Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: www.walela49.com
Posts: 1,167
Credits: 0.00
Savings: 0.00
Awesome, glad y'all are motivated. I like sequin work cuz it's fast and really cost effective (spare fabric, couple bucks worth of sequins and junk beads costs next to nothing) and it creates a sharp looking product!

Ok, while you're sequinning (hey I think I made up a new word, call Webster's!) furiously, I'll work on posting my finishing techniques.

Next step.....take your work off the hoop and trim the fabric to about 3/4 of an inch away from the edge of your sequins:
Attached Images
File Type: jpg SequinHowToStep6.jpg (25.8 KB, 495 views)
walela49 is offline   Reply With Quote Share with Facebook