If both tensions are balanced, but there is little or no tension and the stitch looks perfect, how is the seam compromised? I think I know the answer, the seam will separate and the thread will show, but I need some proof, other than me stitching a seam that way. I’ve looked for the answer on-line but other than saying, it’s not good, there’s no information, as to the damage to the integrity of the seam.
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Im soo sad, that we are that far away :(
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