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Video: Faced Edges

May 10, 2010

Victoria North and Judith Neukam

Learn about how to finish your edges by sewing on a facing, including choosing a fusible interfacing. Also, learn other ways to finish edges in another episode. Teach Yourself to Sew is for beginning sewers or anyone who wants to brush up on their skills. Throughout the year we will demonstrate basic sewing techniques, share tips, and give step-by-step instruction for beginner sewing projects. Click here to purchase the Teach Yourself to Sew Video Series on DVD. TEACH YOURSELF TO SEW Equipment 101 Notions 101 Patterns 101 How a Stitch is Made A Trip to the Fabric Store Fabric 101 Project: Make a Felt Jewelry Bag Knit Fabrics Woven Fabrics Project: How to Sew a Bias-strip Scarf How to Sew a Basic Seam How to Sew French and Lapped Seams Clipping and Trimming Seams How to Mark a Dart How to Sew a Dart Finishing Edges Faced Edges How to Hem Bias Binding Zippers 101

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  1. jamibaker July 16th

    Hello,
    First, your videos on sewing are the best on the web. I have learned a lot. Unfortunately, I am a bumbling, beginner sewer. Is it possible, to make a video on attaching the neckline (round)interfacing (back/front) to a dress. I just don't get it. Please specify all things cleary, for those of us who are having major difficulty getting the hang of sewing.

    Kind regards,
    Jami

  2. MaxWann June 28th

    Great video, I like to also trim the seam allowance on the facing before attaching to the seam, this reduces the bulk at the shoulder seam.

  3. MariaJoao May 11th

    Thank you very much, great help.I´m from Portugal.

  4. nottoolate May 11th

    Merçi beaucoup. Le tuto que je cherchais pour finir ma manche.
    Un amical salut de France

  5. sewfashionable May 10th

    Wow! Thanks! :-) Very Helpful...

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