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DIY Wide Seam Allowance Guide

Sep 07, 2016

In Threads Sewing Tips video series, we share clever tricks to help improve your sewing. Watch to learn how to make a wide seam allowance guide, how to color-code pleat markings, and other helpful tips. What makes this series special is that many of these easy-to-follow techniques have been submitted by Threads readers like you!

 

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In Threads Sewing Tips video series, we share clever tricks to help improve your sewing. Watch to learn how to make a wide seam allowance guide, how to color-code pleat markings, and other helpful tips. What makes this series special is that many of these easy-to-follow techniques have been submitted by Threads readers like you!  

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  1. User avater ThinLizzy53 October 29th

    Or you can buy a very affordable magnetic seam guide from ebay. It has a VERY strong magnet and it won't leave residue or slide off the mark.. $1.50 CAN!

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