Japanese pattern book ....reépinglé par Maurie Daboux ❥•*`*•❥

Japanese pattern book ....reépinglé par Maurie Daboux ❥•*`*•❥

Types of seams and hems present among the textiles from the settlements, Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries

Types of seams and hems present among the textiles from the settlements, Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries

Hemming Chiffon: 1) Pin hem 1/8" longer than finished hem. 2) Using a small stitch length, sew very close the the fold. 3) Trim extra fabric very close to stitching--it helps to have a fairly small pair of sharp scissors. 4) Roll cut edge inside and stitch again. 5) All done!  A perfect tiny hem that works great on Chiffon and other sheer or lightweight fabrics.

Hemming Chiffon: 1) Pin hem 1/8" longer than finished hem. 2) Using a small stitch length, sew very close the the fold. 3) Trim extra fabric very close to stitching--it helps to have a fairly small pair of sharp scissors. 4) Roll cut edge inside and stitch again. 5) All done! A perfect tiny hem that works great on Chiffon and other sheer or lightweight fabrics.

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