The catch stitch keeps layers of fabric flat against one another, such as a hem or seam allowances. Use it on lined garments because the lining covers and protects the surface threads, which tend to catch on things. You can vary the stitch length according to taste.
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Posted on May 26th, 2009 in sewing, how-to, fundamentals, catch stitch. technique