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Invisible vertical seam in moss stitch

Learn how to seam up your kit without leaving any traces, a very useful skill to know regardless of size of project

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This video shows you how to make an invisible seam on moss or seed stitch. This technique is used when seeming up side edges and whilst we have used a hat as an example in this video, the same technique can be used for sweater sides, snoods and anything else knit flat.

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Step By Step

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1.

Align the two edges that need to be sewn together, with the right side of the fabric facing out.

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2.

Thread your sewing needle with a length of yarn and fasten it to the wrong side of the fabric.

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3.

Insert your sewing needle under the horizontal bar between the first and second stitch on the right edge and pull the yarn through.

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4.

Insert the needle under the corresponding bar on the left edge and pull the yarn through.

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5.

Insert the needle under the next bar on the right edge and pull the yarn through.

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6.

Insert the needle under the next bar on the left edge and pull the yarn through.

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7.

Repeat steps 3-6 to create your invisible seam.

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