L = 1.0
Use DMC heirloom sewing machine thread when doing this for real and needle size#60, #65 or #70.
For the sample I will just be using normal sewing thread so you can see it easy in the photos and it will be a contrasting color for the same reason.
- Cut 1 piece of entredeux and one piece of lace the lace should be 2 or 3 times as long as the entredeux it will be attached to the tan sample is 3 times longer the white samples are 2 times longer I like the look of the 2 times longer better but do what you like.
- Pull the header threads (usually thicker threads closest to the top) which will make the lace gather distribute the gathers evenly to the same length as the entredeux.
- Trim the entredeux on the side that the lace is to be added to (make sure the right side is up)
If this is hard for you to see use a trolly needle (or a just a real long needle will work or a steel crochet hook the end with out the hook)to feed the gathered lace into the machine