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Old 16th February 2012, 18:51
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Default Re: Wimsew, F & R, Necchi - any difference?

It's about time something was on Youtube - not my expertise I'm afraid.

I find mine useful but not used a lot but all the curtains I've been making lately have been interlined and I can attach the interlining to the side where the seam allowances are turned in without catching the main curtain so nice and secure. I also do the hems as well and last time attached the lining with the blind hemmer - possibly not the prettiest finish but certainly a lot more substantial. Trouser bottoms look really good as long as you secure them properly at the end otherwise they just come undone twice as quickly!
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