How to Invisible Sew Lace Trim

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Sewing with Ani Slattery
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Here is a method of sewing lace trim to the edge of a hem, where the stitches are (mostly) invisible and the lace and hem do not overlap. It produces a nice heirloom look that can only be done by hand sewing.

This lace is being sewn onto the edges of a purificator which I made for a man who will be ordained in the coming weeks. What an honor to serve the Church and the Priesthood in this way!


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