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Tailor’s Blisters

jenholl | Posted in General Sewing Info on

I recently ran across a term in some old articles on tailoring called a “tailor’s blister.”   It’s used on notched collars when attaching the facing/upper collar to the under collar and helps to get lapels and collars on blazers to lay flat.   It seems like a useful concept, but I can’t find any reference to the term and so how to make one.  Is anyone familiar with a tailor’s blister and how to make one?

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  1. lou19 | | #1

    Sorry I'm no good at pasting links-  but I did find a very detailed descripion when I googled "tailors blister"

  2. m_coates | | #2

    Hello.

    The Tailors blister is a term used when you are attaching the notched collar or a peaked lapel at a certain point of the construction process.

    The link below mentions exactly where the term is used. Its a PDF document so you can print this off for future refference

    http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2392&context=extensionhist&sei-redir=1#search=%22tailors%20blister%22

    Happy Sewing.

    Michael.

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