French Seam and Flat French Seam Vs Flat Felled Seam

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Introduction: French Seam and Flat French Seam Vs Flat Felled Seam

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Tutorial : French seam, flat french seam and flat felled seam.

Step 1:

Pin wrong sides together and place in sewing machine at 1.5 cm seam allowance and sew the entire seam.

Step 2:

Trim the seam allowance down to 0.5 cm

Step 3:

Press the seam allowance flat to one side, on the right side.

Step 4:

Pin the layres right sides together, along the pressed edge.

Step 5:

Into the sewing machine again sew the entire seam, with 1 cm seam allowance.

Step 6:

Press on the wrong side of the French seam to one side. Press also on the side and you've done.

Step 7:

I would like a flat seam, so I proceed further, adding one more seam.

Step 8:

Now I go on with the flat felled seam. Two layers of fabric, wrong sides together.

Step 9:

Pin the layers together.

Step 10:

Sew the entire seam at 1,5 cm seam allowance.

Step 11:

Press seam open.

Step 12:

Trim one side of the seam allowance to 0.3 cm.

Step 13:

Fold and press flat the wider seam allowance over the narrower one.

Step 14:

Edgestich.

Step 15:

Here it is.

Step 16:

Dark blue: flat fetted seam and light blue:flat French seam. What do you think? Which one is best?

Step 17:

The other side. Dark blue: flat fetted seam and light blue:flat French seam. What do you think? Which one is best?

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