Exposed Separating Zipper
Learn how to sew an exposed separating zipper using a left and right groove zipper foot. This zipper is used as a closure on coats and jackets and can even add a decorative touch to skirts and pants.
|3||Zipper Setting – Left & Right Side||1-3|
|4||Topstitching Zipper – Left & Right Side||1-5|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||We have prepared a left and right jacket front cut out of wool flannel. The center front length is 14” (35.6cm) long and the center front facing has been interfaced with a 1 ¾” (4.5cm) wide piece of fusible interfacing to support the zipper stitching. The edges have been pinked to prevent them from raveling.|
|2||On the right side of our jacket fronts, we have marked a white pencil dot, both top and bottom, to indicate the jacket’s center front, which for our jacket is 1 ¼” (3.2cm) away from the facing’s edge.|
|3||We also marked a white pencil line, 1/8” (3mm) away from the dot marks to indicate the zipper stitching line. This measurement is half the width of our #5, 12” (30.5cm) separating zipper coil.|
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