I have just read the article on fusing interfacing to fabric. This says to include interfacing in the seam allowances. I was taught to cut off the seam allowances to reduce bulk. I can see that adhering the interfacing to the fabric and then cutting it out in one go is more accurate. I would be interested in other peoples thoughts.
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