Added Nov 13, 2010
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Uses: This is nice for leaving no raw edges on your garment--everything is turned in on itself. It is a little more bulky, so it is best for pants or garments where the bulk doesn't matter. It is also good for sheer and lightweight garments where the fabric isn't very thick to begin with but may ravel a lot.
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