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How to Sew a French Seam

How to Sew a French Seam

I will use French seams on anything I can. Learn how to properly finish seams so that they don't fray - Rae Gun Ramblings

The Edge Stitch Foot is one of those feet that every sewist needs to own. It has a blade that you line up and when you sew you get perfect top stitching every time. - The Seasoned Homemaker

Learn How to Use an Edge Stitch Foot

Ever wonder how sewists get perfect topstitching. The secret is to use an Edge Stitch Foot. Learn all about the secrets to better sewing with this amazing presser foot. The Edge Stitch Foot - The Seasoned Homemaker - Decor DIY

Learn how to use the tension devices on your sewing machine and how to thread for proper tension.-AWESOME article. Very informative. I've always been afraid of tension on my sewing machine.

Understanding Thread Tension

Understanding Thread Tension - learn how to use the tension devices on your sewing machine and how to thread for proper tension (image credit: Karen Meyer)

How to sew french seams. Genius tips from the experts!

Sew seam with a tiny zigzag width, length)-makes a little roll. Press seam to side, then turn fabric to enclose roll. Place roll in a slot of a foot to sew seam

Polish The Stars: How To: Print On Fabric

Polish The Stars: How To: Print On Fabric. ~ Be sure to heat set it by ironing it after it's printed if you plan to wash it. Try folding over the fabric at the bottom and taping. Use freezer paper or label sheet.

French seams give garments a finished look, inside and out. Read this post to learn how to sew French seams in eight easy steps! | Indiesew.com

How To Sew French Seams

French seams give garments a finished look, inside and out. Read this post to learn how to sew French seams in eight easy steps!

Put a rubber band around the base of your sewing machine to mark seam allowances. It's easy to follow and stays in place securely, but it's simple to move for wider or narrower seams, and you can use different-colored rubber bands to keep more than one seam marked at a time. Genius tip! Threads Magazine. #sewing #tips

Easy seam-allowance guide

Easy seam-allowance guide -A rubber band around the base of my sewing machine is an excellent way to temporarily mark a wider-than-usual seam allowance.

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