Sewing: learning the stitch

Sewing: learning the stitch


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The stitch stitch is a temporary stitch for sewing, used before assembling clothes or before making a delicate machine sewing. The stitch stitch is always worked by hand and is carried out from right to left. 1. Pin the fabrics along the edges to be joined to keep them together. Make a knot on the thread, then prick the needle on the wrong side of the work. Go out on the place.
2. Make a first stitch of the desired length, then continue with the following stitches, ensuring that the stitches and the spaces between them are all the same length.
3. Make the mounting points to the desired location. Finish your sewing with a clearly visible knot. This knot will allow you to easily remove the thread afterwards.


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