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Tuck seam Top sewn seam. Used for panels in skirts, yokes in blouses and waists; sections of sleeves. When basting, keep folded edge of upper piece directly on marked sewing line of under. Stitch desired distance from edge of seam. *â– uutii"'"! mnm . ^.. , Stitched fell Used where flat finish is desired â€” skirts, middy blouses, children's clothing, undergarments. Stitch a plain seam on right side of garments if desired for decoration; trim away one thickness of seam; fold in edge of other thickness of seam and stitch to garment, having a smooth narrow seam.
Gathered Darts Sometimes used below hip line to take care of fulness in lower part of skirt, which section is gath- ered and taken in to dart; face with bias strip and baste upper edge of dart to gathered section; stitch; press. 1S BUTTERICK DRESSMAKING BOOK FLOUNCES RUFFLES AND Circular Flounces They may be shallow or deep; full or scant, or part straight and part circular. Finish lower edge of flounce; mark line on gar- ment on which to place flounce; clip upper edge depth of a seam and place on garment; baste and stitch to place; let flounce fall into place.
The tailor's strap is basted to garment, and stitched both edges; the milliner's fold is slip-stitched through center to garment. Bands The raw edges of bands are turned, basted and pressed, then applied to the folded edge of the gar- ment and stitched by machine. To miter the corner of a band, fold it to fit the space it will cover and take out a triangular piece in the seam, which may be trimmed if material is thick, or pressed flat when not heavy. Belts May be of double material, lined with webbing or stiffened with crinoline and lined with silk; they may be separate or attached to the garment with French tacks, or by thread or material straps.