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SEWER. Properly a trench artificially made for the purpose of carrying water into the sea, river, or some other place of reception. Public sewers are, in general, made at the public expense. Crabb, R. P. Sec. 113.

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Sew one part of the press stud in place on the back of the flap, and sew the other part in the corresponding position on the front of the bag.
Step seven: You can sew a pom-pom to the tip of the stocking toe, and sequins, buttons and trims to the top edge if you have used fabric without a finished border, or just want to add a bit more sparkle.
Mine lines up with the edge of the presser foot for a 1/4" seam allowance, Sew this seam and do not lift the presser foot, but pick up the next two patches in the row and sew them together the same way.
She said anyone is welcome to join the open sew nights.
Sew a button onto the top side of the opposite end of the ribbon.
2) Savannah Alvarez, 9, of Northridge sews a stocking at the Sewing Machine Warehouse.
Sew the existing buttonhole closed and sew the button on top of it.
At the same time, the computerized technology on more expensive models has become so advanced that it's actually easier than ever to sew.
In Sew Hoy's strongest sculptures, components and materials seem to invade envelop, barnacle over, and feed off one another.
We thought the quilt would be a good idea, since the girls needed to learn how to sew anyway,'' Allegra said.
Sew the snap securely according to package directions.