Added Aug 30, 2007
Now we’re going to make the seam that turns our rectangle into a tube by sewing the bottom edge of the fur to the top edge of the fur. First use a damp comb to comb the pile away from the edges. This will keep pile from getting trapped in the seam- the less pile that gets trapped in the seam, the more invisible the seam will be from the outside.
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