You know those flat seams on your jeans that have two rows of stitching on the top?  Those are flat felled seams.  While your jeans are the most obvious place to find them, they’re used in a wide varity of sewing projects.  They’re durable, comfortable against the skin, and conceal raw edges.  Sew4Home shows how to make them.  Get the tute.

[photo from Sew4Home]

By Anne Weaver




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