CWinn Designs | How to Mark Fabric For Cutting
How do you mark your fabric for cutting? When using patterns, curve cutting can become complex quickly. Panels are a different story. Straight cuts are easy and need little marking. Check out our quick tips on how to mark your fabric for cutting.
How To, Fabric Cutting, Mark Fabric
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November 15, 2011

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HOW TO: MARK FABRIC FOR CUTTING

Generally, I will mark with a pencil where I need to cut my fabric for a home d├ęcor project. However, if I have to work with linen or another fabric with an obvious cross grain, I pull a thread. This ensures that the top and bottom of your fabric are perfectly parallel. You may have to block the fabric after you cut if it is obviously dipping or sagging in places. I also use this method if the fabric is more fluid and doesn’t like to maintain a straight line on its own. If you use this method to cut a PRINTED fabric, you will notice pretty quickly if the fabric was printed ‘straight’ on the fabric.