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princess | Posted in General Sewing Info on

dear all, i’m curious to know  when a contruction involves underlining whether it should be sewn together with the fabric (like a hong-kong style) or whether it should remain separate.  thanks, diane

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  1. suesew | | #1

    Cut it the same as the fashion fabric and treat it as one fabric.

  2. mem1 | | #2

    UNDERLINEING IS ALWAYS TREATED AS ONE WIT THE FASHION FABRIC.OTHERWISE IT WOULD BE LINEING.tHE PURPOSE IS TO SUPPORT THE TOP FABRIC OR ADD WARMTH .

    1. princess | | #3

      many thanks, i can get started on the project now. dd

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