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Decorate Your Piping | Video

Put your sewing machine's decorative stitches to work to enhance corded piping.

Corded piping is a pretty trim for all sorts of garments. It works on the outside of a garment. It also adds a lovely touch between the seam joining a jacket’s facing to the lining. Wherever you choose to insert it, find out how to enhance the piping with a decorative sewing-machine stitch.

This tip, sent in by Beth Wehrman of Maxwell, Iowa, was featured in Threads #147, Feb./March 2010. 

 


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  1. user-6898733 | | #1

    What a simple idea to customise your homemade garment. Thanks for this, I will be trying.

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