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This is where the magic happens. The next step is to flip the ban roll to the inside, against the wrong side of the fabric, once again just as you would hem tape. The baby hem, therefor, will wrap around the comb part of the ban roll (which is why it is ideal to only remove about 3 threads or so - again, you can do more, as you are in control of where you place your stitch line, but I found it easier to line up my needle with the edge of the woven section so I kept the comb the width of my desired finished hem).

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    Oct 17, 2014, 11.58 PMby Robin DeVellen

    Hi, love the idea. I’m making baby gowns and I’d like to know what brand of ban roll you’re using, and where would I be able to get it. And I totally got the tutorial. thanks so much

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    Sep 30, 2014, 12.39 AMby Smarti1957a

    It would be so much nicer if a) you used contrasting material/thread and b) if the pictures matched the instructions. I am amazed that a tutorial is posted with inaccurate pictures.

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    Aug 3, 2014, 12.12 AMby kyhiker

    Good grief, if the photos are wrong, just re-take them! Why post a tutorial with incorrect pics?

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