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Joining Batting

joining-batting

Here’s a handy tutorial on Joining Batting pieces together that will help you save money and help the environment all at once.

My sewing machine has a zigzag stitch (called double ZZ) that puts three stiches in each zig and zag. I think this would be a great stitch to use for adding strength and durability, if you have it available.

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This post was published on June 7th, 2008. Post topics: Site News, Tips and Tricks.

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