Added Aug 28, 2010
Salt Lake City, ...
Pin the top edge of the vent extension in place. Satin stitch following the seam line of the 45 degree angle along the top of the vent extension; stitch through all layers. This creates a nice, finished look at the top of the vent that you would typically see on most RTW skirts while also keeping the vent to one side.
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