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Weight a Narrow Hem with Thread

Photo: Sloan Howard

This simple technique allows you to easily add weight to a narrow hem so it hangs straighter than it would if it were sewn with a rolled-hem presser foot. The added weight comes from six threads within 1⁄8 inch of the edge: three from the sewing machine and three from the bobbin.

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LOUISE CUTTING LOUISE CUTTING, contributor
Posted on Jul 16th, 2010 in sewing, garment construction, All How-To

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