I´m doing my first sugar slip and ... well, maybe I´am a bit slow on the uptake but: I just can´t my head around how to make the drawstring channel in version A.
I´m given a 4x23" wide strip to stitch right to right side along the slit in the sideseam. Okay. I understand that I shall turn it to the wrong side, make a rolled edge on the strio and stitch it down.
But then the channel is very wide. Is that intentional or do I simply not understand how to do this?
By now, I tend to narrow the strip piece down, fold it in and stitch.
But there is still the nagging worry, that I just don´t get it right. Sugar is a well thought-out pattern so I´m pretty sure that the error ist on me...
May one of you much finer and more experienced sewists please help me with that?