In this lesson, you will learn how to sew a fagoted seam. Fagoting can be used as a decorative touch on seams, hems, collars, pockets or on any part of a garment where you are looking for a couture touch.
|2||Planning the Fagoting||1-3|
|3||Basting the Pieces to Graph Paper||1-5|
|4||Sewing the Fagoting||1-6|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||For this lesson, we have prepared two pieces of cotton pique fabric measuring 5 ½” (14cm) in the fabric’s wide by 8” (20.3cm) in the length.|
|2A||We will be using a Pilot Erasable pen to mark our seam allowance. Our lines will disappear once the fabric is pressed.|
|2B||With the length edges of the fabric pieces facing you, mark the seam allowance at ¾” (1.9cm) away from the edge with your clear plastic ruler. Repeat this process on the length edge of the second fabric piece.|
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