This seam finish is easier than French seams when dealing with a curved seam. Shoulders and armholes can be bound with "Seams great" and all inside will look very neat

Technique Materials

Curved seam. Iron

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    Apr 22, 2008, 05.51 PMby nikkiclare68

    I will definitely use this…Thanks!!

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    Mar 27, 2008, 12.57 AMby rozzilyn

    Great idea…thanks for sharing. This makes the inside as neat as the finished outside. Can’t go wrong with this.

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    Mar 25, 2008, 10.26 AMby akwa

    Got it! Sewing the actual seam line first avoid the curved seam being distorted. Very savvy, thanx!

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    Mar 24, 2008, 08.34 PMby seamshistoric

    Thank you for this! I didn’t even know I was looking for it. I stopped working on a project today because I didn’t want to french-seam a curved seam, and now I am not worried at all.

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    Mar 16, 2008, 07.06 AMby olar

    Hi Glayla, look at step2 picture: the seam allowances are together and the pieces are out of the way, edgestitch them like this. Then press to one side. I am sorry this was not clearer.

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