The selvage is cut off the ends of a piece of cloth the desired blanket size.
First, two pieces of cloth are sewn together width wise about one-half inch inside the selvage. The selvage is then spread flat and sewn down to the cloth behind it.
Row 1 and all odd-numbered rows (WS): P1 (selvage), work 4 (4, 5, 7) sts in seed st, pm, p1, k2, p8, k2, p1, pm, k2, p8, k2, pm, p1 (selvage).
Row 2: K1 (selvage), work 4 (4, 5, 7) sts in seed st, work left front cable chart.
To capitalize on the dramatic 16-foot ceiling, Selvage
used an open plan, simple white walls, and a ridge skylight.
Place the fabric over the cutting surface, aligning the crossgrain edge with a horizontal gridline and the selvages
with a vertical gridline.
Measure the vertical repeat of the print along the selvage
, ensuring there are no wrinkles or folds, and press again, creasing center fold.
together, allow fabric to drop in front of you.
One or more straight sides of the patch should follow the lengthwise (parallel to the selvages
) or crosswise (perpendicular to the selvages
) grain of fabric, especially the sides that will be on the outside edges of the quilt block.