When you’ve got thread chains at the end of serged seams, you can’t just cut them off or the seams will start pulling apart. You’ll need to finish off the ends of the seam without cutting the threads short. Carmel from Solomon Sewing shows what to do with those thread chains. Go to her quick tute.
[photo from Solomon]
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