Last night I made a slip cover for a small pillow. Turning the cover inside out after sewing it and getting ready to press the edge it took longer than the cutting out and the sewing together. I turn the fabric and then pinned the edges so that the seam was right on the edge before ironing the cover – I don’t like it when the seam inverts into the case. I got to thinking … I have been sewing and doing this for over 60 years, usually when turning a facing and there has to be an easier way!! Mindless but time consuming, especially if the edge is long. With facings, it is a bit easier as I press the seam towards the facing and then edge stitch. Have I been missing some information on this all these years? Does anyone have a tip on doing this faster and still getting a clean edge?