Punto "al canto"

French translation: Point d\'ourlet

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Spanish term or phrase:Punto \"al canto\"
French translation:Point d\'ourlet
Entered by: Irène Guinez

12:45 Jul 12, 2012
Spanish to French translations [PRO]
Art, Arts & Crafts, Painting / Curso de costura
Spanish term or phrase: Punto "al canto"
El pespunte “a pata”sigue la línea de la costura tomando como guía el exterior del prensatelas, y produce un pespunte
que está a unos 5 o 7 mm de la costura.


En cambio, el pespunte “al canto” toma como guía el interior del prensatelas y su pespunte queda a 1 o 2 mm de la costura.
Irène Guinez
Spain
Local time: 18:37
Point d'ourlet
Explanation:
Se trata de un pespunte en el que las puntadas se dan al borde.
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Anna Bruna
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Point d'ourlet


Explanation:
Se trata de un pespunte en el que las puntadas se dan al borde.

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