How to Sew a Single-Fold Clean Finish Seam
Video Length: 00:35
Produced by: Victoria North and Evamarie Gomez
Threads author Sandra Miller shares her simple techniques for sewing common seam finishes in Threads issue 165 (February/March 2013) and in issue 166 (April/May 2013). In this quick video-tutorial, we bring one of her techniques to life and demonstrate just how to sew a single-fold clean finish seam. This method works well with lightweight fabrics that do not fray much. Try this method to achieve great looking and durable seam allowances. Get other helpful techniques like this by ordering a subscription of Threads magazine which comes with FREE access to our tablet editions.
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