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How to sew an all in one facing

How to sew an all in one facing

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All-in-one facings are a thing of beauty, but also a bit of a puzzle even for the more experienced sewer! Our Betty Dress pattern features an all-in-one facing that neatly encloses all of the neckline and armhole seams. Here Lisa uses it as an example to show you how to do the very same. Take it slowly, drink it in and all will be revealed!

Where can I find this class?

If you're a Stitch School subscriber or you've previously purchased this class then you can find it here.

Sewing Level

This is an intermediate level class.

Is there a pattern included in this online class?

No, there is not a pattern included in this class.

What will I learn?

  • How an all-in-one facing is different to a regular facing
  • When you’d use an all-in-one facing
  • Step-by-step instructions on how to attach an all-in-one facing

How long is the class?

This class is 4 minutes long.

How long will I have access to this class?

If you buy this class outright then you’ll have access to it forever. If you subscribe to Stitch School then you’ll have access to the class for as long as your subscription is active.

Should I buy this class or subscribe to Stitch School?

If you’d like to have access to the over 200 online classes and tutorials that are available on Stitch School for only £15 per month then it’s more cost effective to subscribe. For £5 a month you can access all of the tutorials on Stitch School, including this one.

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