Create Nearly Invisible Seams In Striped Fabric
April 19, 2019 |
| Quilting How-To
Works Great for Borders, Bindings and Backings!
Have you ever had to piece two strips of striped fabric together? The temptation is to sew them together between the stripes. That works, but the seam is often obvious.
Instead, make a nearly invisible seam by sewing the ends together diagonally. This method also has the advantage of producing less bulk in areas where you need to fold the strips, like in bindings.
Susan Flemming, from Super Mom – No Cape, explains how it’s done in the following article.
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