Should you sew left to right?

Do you sew on the front or back?

Traditionally, binding is sewn by machine to the front of a quilt, turned around to the back and hand sewn. The technique that I’ve developed is a bit different than binding is traditionally done, because I sew the binding on the back of the quilt, flip it around to the front, and then top stitch it down to finish it.

How do you sew neatly?

Learn-to-sew: Five Principles for Neat Sewing

  1. Accuracy. Accuracy in sewing is essential from the moment you take scissors to your paper pattern. …
  2. Keep Excess Fabric Clear. Excess fabric caught in seam. …
  3. Manage Thread Tails. Stitching start and finished secured with backstitching. …
  4. Finish Edges and Seams. …
  5. Press.

Why does my top stitch look wrong?

Poor thread tension on a machine-sewn seam can result in an unstable seam, puckering, or just plain unattractive stitching. Perfect machine stitches interlock smoothly and look the same on both sides of the fabric. If you see small loops on the right or wrong side, the thread tension isn’t correct.

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