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It's a lot easier to turn the edges over if you do it before you sew the seams. Just make the seam a tiny bit smaller. This is the way I learned decades before there were sergers.
When you get to the end of the seam, try using a bamboo skewer to hold the turned under seam. Quilters do this often. It keeps the fingers from going under the foot.
When would one select this application for use, vs. a french seam?
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