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Re: top-sewing
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: July 13, 2009 07:50PM

Top sewing is a sewing term. It might mean joining the piece or seams by whipping them together making visible stitch lines where the whipping appears on the top of your item. I suppose it could also be done by doing a series of daisy chains (embroidery term.)

What are you making and what are you sewing together?



Subject Written By Posted
  top-sewing Gracemorrison 07/13/2009 04:32PM
  Re: top-sewing KT 07/13/2009 07:50PM
  Re: top-sewing Alex 07/14/2009 05:04PM


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