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Posted: 27-Feb-2005, 07:49 PM
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Ok since we discussed the latest fashion trends I need help from someone who sews.

It's been a long time but I need ideas on how to finish the inside edging of seams on a jumper I'm sewing for "Trip".

I'm not an expert in this and I need all suggestions. I am making "Trip" a Gordon clan Jumper so how do I finish off the edges on the inside? Zig zag on the edges or take a pair of pinking shears to em?



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Posted: 01-Mar-2005, 02:11 AM
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Way back in Home Ec class, I think we were made to do a double straight stitch on every seam. Run down the seam twice with a straight stitch about 1/8 - 1/4 inch apart. The other option is to buy a serger, or borrow one. Those things are cool! biggrin.gif


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