Gwen from Gwenny Penny guest blogs in the Sewing Back-to-School series at Sew Sweetness with a post all about seam allowances.  Seam allowances are present in just about every project you make.  They’re the narrow strips of fabric between a stitched line and the edge of the fabric.  They’re rarely seen on the outside of the project, but that doesn’t mean they’re not important.  In her post, Gwenny Penny shows you how differences in seam allowance can affect the look of your finished project.  Go to her post at Sew Sweetness.

[photo from Gwenny Penny on Sew Sweetness]

By Anne Weaver




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