Added Mar 11, 2009
Murray, Utah, Un...
Now this is the tricky part. Pin the top and bottom edges, with the right side together. However you're not pinning it straight together like with a normal seam. You need to match up the marks in a certain way. Match the first mark on the bottom with the corner on the top. Match the second mark on the bottom with the first mark on top. And so on. This will make a twisted seam. Sew the seam.
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