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Sewing: learning the stitch

Sewing: learning the stitch



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The slip stitch, also called a stitch, is an invisible stitch on the place which is used to make hems or to join two pieces of news: 739845 fabric. It works from right to left. 1. Make a knot on the thread and stitch the hem or the news: 739845 fabric to assemble. Take the needle out a few millimeters further on the left.
2. Stitch the actu: 739845 main fabric on the left of the previous point, taking care to take only one or two threads of actu: 739845 fabric.
3. Re-stitch the hem or the news: 739845 fabric to be assembled, then take out the needle on the left. You can then continue sewing by following the previous steps and ensuring that the stitches on the one hand on the news: 739845 main fabric, and on the other hand on the hem, are all aligned and regular.