How to Interface a Hem
This interfaced hem technique keeps stitches from showing on the garment's right side and adds body and weight to the hemline to make it fall perfectly. The interfaced hem can be used in a straight skirt, pants, or jacket hem, and it can be made in various widths.
Cut 2 pieces of interfacing on the bias the length of the garment's circumference and at least 3-inches wide.
Place the right sides (non-glue sides) together, align the long edges, and pin through both thicknesses to hold them in place.
Posted on Oct 1st, 2013 in sewing, garment construction, how-to, tips & tricks, hem, interfacing, fusibles