how to staystitch
Staystitching is using a row of straight stitching within a cut-fabric pattern piece’s seam allowance to help stabilize an edge like an armhole or neck edge to keep it from stretching or distorting during construction. Staystitching is usually sewn on a single layer of fabric 1/8" from the seam line, so it won’t show after construction. Join Liesl for this video as she shows you how to use staystitching in your sewing projects.
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