Hemming a garment is something that has to be done if you want to avoid that strange stringy feeling twisted around your legs.
The process itself is rather straightforward. Fold up the desired amount, fold it again, pin, and stitch. This skill can be applied to the bottoms of dresses, skirts, sleeves, blouses, scarves, jackets…..you get the idea.
But, when it comes to sewing hems, there are so many ways to do it that it can become a unique and attractive aspect of the final creation.
Here are a few ways to hem/edge your next historical dress:
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