If floppy raw-edged seam allowances on the inside of your sewing projects seam messy to you, why not give a French seam a try? A French seam encloses the raw edges and stitches them down to the underside of the fabric. Amber from Ruffles and Roses shows how to achieve this seam finish. Get the tute.
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By Anne Weaver
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