This Tip Makes Seam Ripping So Much Faster

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No More Picking at Individual Stitches!

Do you dread having to “unsew” seams? Sadly, a seam ripper is often a quilter’s best friend, as no matter how experienced you are, ripping out seams just comes with the territory.





If you’ve been picking out individual stitches you’ll love this technique. It’s much, much faster and a godsend for longer seams.

In the following video Karen DeWitt shares what she’s learned about seam rippers and ripping out seams. You may be surprised to discover how quickly it can be done.

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Would you like to see that again a little bigger? Watch the quick video below by Jennifer Houlden from Quilts by Jen. So impressive! Read her written instructions here.

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Once you have the seam unsewn, use a sticky lint roller to pick up the bits of thread. Voila! Done.

Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is from “How To Use A Seam Ripper – Sewing Basics Tutorial.”

 

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