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Last, you will secure the hem with a blind hem stitch by hand. See the

Hand Sewn Blind Stitch How To for help.

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    Jul 29, 2010, 01.11 PMby melindaskrapz

    last summer I bought a Miss Shop skirt ($70) and surprise surprise it was finished with Hong Kong seams. It feels great and has washed and worn well. The seams were done in a cute contrasting colour. I thank you for the Tutorial. Excellent stuff!

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    Jun 21, 2010, 05.07 PMby runs-with-scissors

    What a great tutorial! I was curious, however — are there certain advantages to this particular technique over a regular blind hem? Could this technique be successfully applied to other seams as well, such as side seams, armscyes, etc? Just curious, I’m looking forward to making the MadisonAF23 dress this week, but am worried about how I should finish it, now that summer is upon us and lining it may make it too hot to wear! Thanks!

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