Re: Double helix - bias yardage
- View SourceThe only SCaysage I can think of for this is the plaid Spanish
particolored cote/tunic. (though it is remotely possible that bliats
and some cottes could have been cut on the bias, I tend to lean in the
If you have 60" wide fabric, no need to convert it to bias yardage
first. For 45" or smaller, it can save fabric if you just convert you
favbric to bias yardage. You would have to match the stripes on the
If I was makeing the particolored cote, I would cut both halve on the
bias because if not they would stretch differently after a period of time.
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, Adrienne Lapp <linuxwitch@g...> wrote:
> I probably missed something in this thread, but what would that
> reconstructed yardage be used for? Now that I have my brain wrapped
> the constuct...
> On 11/29/05, unclrashid <unclrashid@y...> wrote: