A sewing machine can help you make a 3-D model out of the scraps of fabric you’ve cut, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated.
The same principles can apply to making metal prints using an old knitting machine, or even an old metal lathe.
Here are five basic steps to getting your first metal print out of a machine.1.
Find your sewing machine A good sewing machine should be able to hold a decent amount of yarn, but the sewing machine needs to be able pull yarn out of its casing.
You can usually find a cheap sewing machine at a thrift store, and if you’re lucky, you can even find one that comes with an adapter.2.
Cut the yarn You can buy cheap yarn that’s a little heavier than the gauge of the machine, but you don’t want to be cutting through the yarn to find the fibers you need to make a metal print.
The trick is to make sure the yarn is thin enough that it won’t rip apart the casing when you pull it out of it.3.
Fold the yarn into a ball You can cut the yarn so it’s a ball and then fold it into a circle that fits snugly into the casing.
It’ll still be a little tight, but there shouldn’t be much room for error.4.
Add a hook and stitch A stitch is a special stitch that stitches together two pieces of fabric to make one larger piece.
For this type of stitch, you’ll need a hook.
The needle works like a ruler.
You want to stitch the end of the needle along the end you want to make your print, so that when you lift the needle off the fabric, you’ve pulled it through.
When you’re done, you have a new loop that holds the fabric in place.5.
Stitch the needle through the loops of the yarnYou can make a single-color print using only one color of the fabric you cut.
You’ll just need a single needle, and a loop of yarn.
The only thing you need is a pair of scissors to cut it out.
You could also try making a single color print with just one of the colors you cut out.
That would work just as well, but in this case you’d have to stitch through both ends of the loops and cut out the first color.
You don’t have time to sew them together with a needle, so you’ll have to pull them apart and pull out the new loop.6.
Sew the needle back together The next step is to fold the yarn around the needle, making sure the loops are folded up into one continuous ball.
Fold it in half so it can be cut in half.
You’re now ready to sew it back together.7.
Sew all the way around, then stitch togetherWith the yarn sewn into one ball, it’s time to stitch it all theway around.
Fold each loop of the thread around the loop you made a couple of weeks ago and stitch them back together with the yarn.
If you’re sewing by hand, you don