Added Nov 13, 2010
San Francisco Ba...
Uses: This seam is good for finishing raw edges instead of using pinking sheers.
Notes: For sewing a single layer of fabric in a zig-zag stitch, loosen the tension a little bit so that the fabric isn't pulled tight and creased between the zig-zags (as you can see in this picture).
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