Added Nov 10, 2010
In projects that require lining you usually have to attach the lining to the main piece, both pieces facing each other, leaving an opening which you will use to turn the whole thing inside out and then you need a smart type of closure stitch, invisible on the right side of the main fabric! "Pinch" both pieces of fabric, pull the needle consecutively through both at a few mm distance always leaving the previous thread loop behind the needle. The move is basically the same, the stitch will look like a flat blanket stitch, identical to what appears along the edge when serging.
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