Double-stitched Seam Finish

Double Stitched Seam Finish

Double Stitched Seam Finish

This lesson is the double stitched seam finish, a seam finish that is appropriate for sheer fabrics like organza, voile, chiffon and georgette. You will learn how to create this seam finish, which is a great choice for full skirts and dresses where there may be some stress on the seam and when you want the seam allowance to be minimally visible.

For other sheer seam options, view our lessons: Single Edge Seam Finish, Mock French Seam Finish and French Seam Finish.

For sheer hem options, view our lessons: Hand Rolled Hem Finish, Machine Foot Baby Hem, Tailored Edge Baby Hem, Horsehair Hem Finish, Ribbon Edge Hem Finish and Wide Straight Grain Hem Finish.

Module Description Step
1 Lesson Prep 1-1
2 Double-stitched Seam Finish 1-6
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Step Description
1 For this lesson you will need to prepare: one set of silk chiffon measuring 7” (17.8cm) wide by 9” (22.9cm) long. Place a sticker to denote the wrong side of the fabric.

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