Kara’s Quick-Knit Tip: Sewing an Invisible Seam

When it comes to sewing seams, the choices are many. One of my favorites is the invisible seam. This kind of seam is perfect for joining horizontal edges such as shoulder seams.

How to to sew an invisible seam: This kind of seam is created by sewing the edges together from the right side of the work, resulting in a smooth and neat appearance. To join horizontal edges, such as shoulder seams, weave the edges together  as shown below.

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One Response to Kara’s Quick-Knit Tip: Sewing an Invisible Seam

  1. Susan Shipp says:

    I am so grateful that I was able to find a scarf pattern in your back issues section. I received rave reviews on the “short row scarf” I found in the March 2008 issue and made for Christmas presents for family. When I finally decided to make one for myself, I couldn’t find my copy. UGH!!! Wasn’t sure what magazine it was in but, thankfully found it here!! I used Kureon for the yarn and they were all beautiful!!

    Also, I have a question. When knitting an stocking knit afgan in vertical sections that need to be joined together, what method do you suggest so that both sides look finished. I haven’t had much success even though the recipient loved it, I felt it lacked a finished look.

    LOVE THIS SITE!!!

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