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7. Blanket stitch: This stitch is used as an edging for blanket and other articles or as part of a design for which the blanket stitch makes the border. It is also used in cut work and applique work. It is worked between a pair of lines (usually parallel). The work should be done from left to right, stitching towards you. Bring thread out on the lower line, insert needle in position on upper line and take a downward stitch with the thread under the needle point. Draw out the thread. Stitches may be of the same size at regular distances apart or grouped and spaced according to the effect desired. To make scalloped edge using blanket stitches, outline two rows of scallops with running stitch and work blanket stitches between the two rows. Trim fabric away close to scallops after the work is completed.

The common types of gore skirt are usually 6-gore and 4-gore skirt. The instructions for drafting 6 gore skirt is given below: Draw a rectangle ABCD, where AD = Skirt length; AB = 16 (Remove 4 for band along the width of the fabric and remaining 32 in folded). AE = CF = 1/8 waist + ease allowance. Join EF Leave below A, E, C, F.