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This video demonstrates how to clip curves. Definitely a necessary technique when you sew clothing or anything with rounded seams or edges.

Clip a "V" in inside curves to reduce bulk. Outside curves do not need a "V" cut in them. Clip a straight line perpendicular to the seam, being careful to cut close but not through the seam.

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Comment by Blondell on June 16, 2009 at 8:38am
I suggest using the scissor point only to clip curves. I've seen many of my students accidently cut beyond the stitching line.
Comment by Becky Williams on June 13, 2009 at 9:15pm
NEVER CLIP CURVES USING REGULAR LENGTH SCISSORS! You will ruin a project if you follow this video. Invest in short sharp scissors. That way you can clip without the tips even extending beyond the seam stitching.
Comment by Becky Williams on June 13, 2009 at 9:13pm
You will eventually ruin your project by cutting into the seam line using this method.

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