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  1. auntieauntie | | #1

    The garment and the band are top stitched or edge stitched after the band is in place?

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      smcfarland | | #3

      Hi! Yes, after the band is in place and the seam allowances have been trimmed, you topstitch the band and the garment close to the vertical buttonhole seam. Louise mentions this near the end of the video. The band may be edgestitched at your discretion. Thank you for watching and commenting. Best, Sarah McFarland, Editor

  2. user-6841398 | | #2

    That was my question as well. // Wiveka

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      smcfarland | | #4

      Hi Wiveka, I posted a reply to the topstitching and edgestitching question on Louise Cutting's vertical buttonhole video post. I hope the reply helps you in your sewing. Cheers, Sarah

  3. user-6956676 | | #5

    Is the 2 in strip 2 in after the 5/8 in is sewn on both sides or is the strip cut 2 in and then the seam allowance added

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