When sewing with the bobbin thread, you are essentially folding the thread onto itself before sewing. That way, at the end of the tuck, the stitching line just ends. You need to think backwards when sewing this way.
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Posted on Oct 5th, 2009 in sewing, garment construction, All How-To, tips & tricks, tucks, bobbin