Added Jun 7, 2011
Belfast, United ...
Now to attach the front waistband pieces – this seam goes along the long outer curved edge of the front waistband piece (ie the bottom edge of the pattern piece) – you need to make a little fabric sandwich: one front waistband piece (right side of the fabric facing up); lay on top of that the waist edge of the front piece (right side of the fabric facing up), making sure that the front facings are laying flat underneath and will be caught in the seam you are about to sew; and then lay on top the other front waistband piece (wrong side of fabric facing up)
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