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Video: Add a Bound Seam and Hong Kong Finish to an Unlined Jacket

Dec 17, 2015

Evamarie Gomez and Gary Junken

During the 2015 American Sewing Expo (ASE), we caught up with sewing instructor and pattern designer Rae Cumbie from Fit for Art Patterns. In this sewing video tutorial, she shows you how to bind a seam and add a Hong Kong finish in an unlined jacket. These finishing details are an important part of garment construction.

Watch more video tutorials from the 2015 American Sewing Expo

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  1. User avater CraftyAggie1 April 6th

    I think it would look better if she actually pressed it instead of finger pressing it. It seems less professional as shown.

  2. ZakFerdie January 19th

    Thank you, very explanatory video.

  3. roselynbette January 15th

    Yet another great video tutorial. Thank you guys.

  4. user-265102 December 22nd

    Do you also do the same to the seam attaching the sleeve to the jacket?

    Bobbie Bateman
    Bigbugs33@suddenlink.net

  5. PatHersl December 22nd

    Excellent. Threads is never a waste of time!

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