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A Minimalist Finish for No-Fray Fabrics

Wool fleece and boiled wool are perfect fabrics for unstructured one-layer garments.
Stitching along the edges adds a finishing touch to single-layer garments.
Topstitching is done 1/4 inch from the edge; edgestitching right along the edge.
Wool fleece and boiled wool are perfect fabrics for unstructured one-layer garments.

Wool fleece and boiled wool are perfect fabrics for unstructured one-layer garments.

Mary Ray shares her minimalist technique for working with wool: Wool fleece and boiled wool are perfect fabrics for unstructured one-layer garments.

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MaryRay Mary Ray, contributor
Posted on Dec 14th, 2009 in garment construction, All How-To, fabric, tips & tricks, sewing machine, edge, jackets

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