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HOW TO PIN DRAPED MUSLIN


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Pinning, which in French is called "épinglage", is a very important step in draping, after all our canvases are "sewn" by pins!

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One of the advantages of pinning the screen using the French method is being able to take the screen off the dummy and try it on, either on yourself or on the client.

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This canvas then needs to be carefully pinned so that you don't hurt yourself and the client and also make the canvas look as good as possible, close to the final result you planned!


Oh, and of course it's also a technique, the pins need to be inclined and respect a certain distance.


Darts are also usually pinned in two ways, did you know that? And these shapes depend on what final finish this dart will have, whether sewn or cut.

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Here in this photo is the pence that will be sewn as a cutout!

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Notice that it is pinned "outside" the canvas, unlike the tumbled pence, which will be pinned "together" the canvas!

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