How To Sew A French Seam
By Ms. S
Its Majesty, The French seam!
I have used this seam on my recent creation. It’s perfect for sheer or lightweight fabrics and doesn’t need a Serger. Moreover, it looks neat.
Sew a seam, wrong sides together. (This is the opposite of how you would normally sew a seam.)
Trim the seam allowance in half or more.
Fold the fabric with the right sides together and press.
Stitch again, encasing the raw edge.
Press the seam to one side to finish. Press again from the right side of the fabric to flatten the seam.
Here you go!
Now you know how to sew a French seam.
It's easy, isn't it? Below are some photos to make it easy peezy!