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Graph Paper for Pockets

Oct 10, 2008

submitted by Joan Meyer
from Threads #133

When making bound buttonholes or welt pockets, I place a sheet of graph paper (ruled 8 squares to an inch) on the wrong side of the garment. Using the lines as a sewing guide, I’m able to stitch perfectly straight seams and square corners, and the paper is easy to remove when I’m finished.

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