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Machine Quilt a Supple and Stylish Garment, Part II

Use a Hong Kong finish to bind the seams and add a special detail to a quilted jacket.
Trim away one seam allowance and serge the other.
Press the serged seam over the trimmed seam and top stitch on the right side of the garment, 1/4 inch from the seamline.
Use a Hong Kong finish to bind the seams and add a special detail to a quilted jacket.

Use a Hong Kong finish to bind the seams and add a special detail to a quilted jacket.

In Part Two of this machine quilting tutorial, Mary Ray offers tips on how to finish the seams, including the Serged Flat Fell Seam Finish and the Hong Kong Seam Finish.

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