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In Threads Sewing Tips video series, we share clever tricks to help improve your sewing. Watch to learn how to make a wide seam allowance guide, how to color-code pleat markings, and other helpful tips. What makes this series special is that many of these easy-to-follow techniques have been submitted by Threads readers like you.

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    kmsews | | #1

    This is a neat trick and works even better if you use a piece of bias cut fabric - no fraying!

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    BirdieGenny | | #2

    Is is strong enough? Organza is so thin...

    1. Sedary | | #3

      Organza is made of silk, polyester or nylon. Any of them would be strong enough especially if the latter were used. With all, and years on down the line, the stitching or the elastic would give away before the fabric would.

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