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thank you will try it
marsha in tennessee
Stay stitching is our friend. I used to hate it when I was sewing as a child, I saw it as a useless step, now I never do a curve without it. And for the in experienced sewer/seamstress - Stay stitching is a single line of stitching, through one layer of fabric, to stabilize the fabric, preventing it from becoming stretched or distorted. Stay stitching is usually called for on the edge of a piece of fabric that has a bias cut to it which would allow the fabric to easily become distorted.
And curves can easily become distorted, especially with light weight fabrics.
Seem like a good idea. I think I would do the stay stitching and clipping the inverted edge also for a better finish
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