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Anchoring Stitches (sewing) – Sewing Word of the Day

Anchoring Stitches (sewing) –

Anchoring stitches are a set of tiny stitches used to secure the start and/or end of a seam.

Use the smallest stitch length on your machine and take around 5 or 8 stitches. Adjust the stitch length as needed and continue your seam. At the end of the seam, repeat anchoring stitches.

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