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Old 11-02-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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seaming (one more time!)
I asked a similar question a while back and everyone was very helpful, but now I have more specific information and am even more baffled and frustrated than before.

I know how to do mattress stitch from garter to garter and st. to st. but now I'm trying shoulder seams and all the tutorials I can find for shoulder seams are st. st. to st. st. On one side, I have rev. st to rev. st, then 3x3 rib to rev. st., then 3x3 rib to double moss. The other side is similar, but reversed. How on earth am I supposed to do that in an even and neat way? I know shoulder seams aren't invisible, but what I've come up with so far is unacceptable. :/

Thanks so much.
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