This is a variation of the pinked seam finish. But with this finish, a line of stitching is added to the seam
edge, making it even more fray resistant.
Easy to make. Doesn’t add bulk to the seam allowance. Prevents fraying better than a plain, pinked edge.
Doesn’t look as neat and clean as other methods.
How to Make
Press the seam allowance open. Sew a line of straight stitches about 1/4” from the raw edge. Trim close to
the line of stitching with pinking shears.
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