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seam finish for polar fleece

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Old September 8th 03, 07:15 PM
L. Kelly
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Default seam finish for polar fleece

"Linda D." wrote in message news:[email protected]
| Hi everyone,
| I have a feeling this is a good question for Tia Mary I'm
| making a pair of polar fleece pyjama bottoms for my son...very cool
| print with Dale Earnhardt's car and signature. Fabric has a black
| background , red car and signature with some white highlights.
| Anyway...I was wondering what type of seam finish I should use, I
| don't have a serger so that's not an option
| TIA...Linda
| Vancouver Island, bc.ca (remove 'nospam' to reply)
| See samples of my work at: www.members.shaw.ca/deugau

I'm not Tia Mary, but thought I would give my two cents worth.

My favourite finish for fleece is to trim one side of the seam allowance down to about
1/4", then flat-fell the seam and zigzag it to the garment. It keeps everything lying
flat and is very comfortable to wear.

*strip CLOTHES to reply*
See my boys: http://photos.yahoo.com/bc/papavince_29/


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