Some sewing projects like stuffed animals use hidden stitches. Other terms for this kind of stitch is ladder stitch or invisible seam. These unseen seams are useful if you want to stitch a broken pattern or you want an invisible seam on hems and quilt edges.
Here's a video tutorial from RileyBlakeDesigns.com. You may also check out MakeItLoveIt.com for a tutorial on Blind Hem Stitch.
Felled seam, or flat-fell seam are overlapping seams commonly found on denims. This type of seam provides durability to secure layers of tough fabric. If you're making a tote bag, a trouser, or a jacket, and you want to make it look neat, use felled seams.
A tutorial from Coletterie.com will help you Sew a Flat Felled Seam without a Specialty Foot.
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French seams are used for lightweight to middleweight fabric materials. They're commonly found on thin fabrics (like silk and cotton) made into dresses, blouses, and skirts. It's a useful technique because it makes both sides of the fabric look elegant.
This How To Sew a French Seam tutorial from Craftsy.com is one of the simplest to follow, and
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Have you made a plain seam finished with pinking shears? Using pinking shears prevents fabric from fraying but to make sure, use a fabric that's not prone to fraying. Pinked seams make decorative edges and they look fun.
Finishing seams with a serger also prevents fraying. Here's a combo tutorial, again from Craftsy.com, on how to make Serger and Pinking Seam Finishing.
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Hong Kong Seam Finish
Hong Kong seams look pretty and polished. They add a different dimension and a splash of color to the insides of a clothing. This seam is a little complicated compared to the previous seams because it uses bias strips of fabric to enclose the edges. It is recommended for jackets, skirts,
Here are some step-by-step Hong Kong Binding Seam Finish guide from BurdaStyle.com and Hong Kong & Bound Seam from Sew4Home.com.
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