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mrsbwyv
« on: June 18, 2012 03:48:39 AM »

Hi,
I have started a dressmaking course and still getting used to all the things/terms. Part of my work i have to answer some questions and one of them i am a little stuck on.
I have to say what seam would be used on a shirt yoke?
I have not done too much work on yokes just some of the basics and i have looked online and it says how to attach but not what seam to use.
Would it just be a plain seam? Hope this makes sense and thankyou in advance for any advice you can give
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Vehred
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2012 08:09:45 PM »

I believe it is a flat-felled seam.  The seam is stitched, then pressed up and top-stitched so it lays nice and flat.  Flat-felled seams are more durable, too.
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