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The area between the stitching and raw, cut edge of the fabric. The most common seam allowances are 1/4in, 1/2in and 5/8in. Your pattern should say which seam allowance you are to use.

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    Dec 30, 2015, 06.08 AMby Fasttrack

    It is interesting to know about seam allowance technique. I need to know more about this technique and how can it be implemented during stitching SEO services . Please try to upload some more pattern done by using seam allowance.

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    Jun 25, 2015, 06.11 PMby jason statham

    Thank you for providing the steps for doing the steam allowances. Usually it is very difficult for me to do this seam allowance as there will arise confusion on whether it have to be included or not. I am always confused about this.brake fluid flush in hollywood

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    Apr 27, 2011, 03.14 PMby masonm00

    On all Burda patterns, it is unclear whether the seam allowance is already included, or whether you have to ADD the seam allowance.

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