Sewing a Pick Stitch - University of Fashion

Sewing a Pick Stitch

Sewing a Pick Stitch

Let us teach you how to sew a pick stitch. This stitch can be applied to any fabric and is most often used on the edges of jacket and coat collars and lapels, as well as a pocket and sleeve trim or it can be used any place where you are looking to add a decorative touch. Our technique is easy and produces the best results.

Module Description Step
1 Lesson Prep 1-5
2 Sewing a Running Stitch 1-4
3 Sewing the Pick Stitch 1-8
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep

Step Description
1 For this lesson we prepared two strips of wool melton fabric measuring 2” (5.1cm) wide by 11” (27.9cm) long.
2 We have stitched the two wool strips together in the length with ¼” (6mm) seam allowance.
3A Open the seam up with your fingers.


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