I have cut out a ball gown and it is lace/net fabric and hopefully fully lined. Now, am I best to make "flat " style seams on the lace by overlapping wrong side to right side and joining with an appropriate stitch – as opposed to making standard seams that may pucker ? Also I plan to line it BUT don’t wish the seams of the lining to be seen, I thought of making this with the seams onto my body rather than facing the sheer net — do you think this is a good idea too ?? I have a serger/ overlocker to ensure a neat finish. Any other ideas or advice greatly received. Thanks
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