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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of topstitch.


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  • Make sure you open the seam that is NOT topstitched.

    Archive 2010-04-01

  • I topstitched the pocket panel onto the backing panel, but I think next time I would try to sew all the layers together inside out and then turn it.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • I should have topstitched it to the lining to end at the same point, as LaBellaDonna describes.

    Petticoats and Crinolines and Slips, Oh My! - A Dress A Day

  • I see your pockets; it reminds me of seeing something in my paper this weekend mentioning one Claire McCardell of Baltimore, creator of the "American Look" in dresses, complete with very large pockets, usually topstitched.

    Cleaning Out My Closet, Part 1 - A Dress A Day

  • In order to preserve the structural integrity of their bras and cheap nylon granny panties, they wore them OVER their t-shirts and polyester slacks with the topstitched crease.

    then vs now « raincoaster

  • I just finished a wrap dress, and I cheated and topstitched the facings in place.

    Busy, Day Dress (or Busy-Day Dress) - A Dress A Day

  • In general, seamless or not, always opt for bra fabrics that have clean and smooth surfaces, not the bras with lots of frilly straps, sweet ribbons, or chunky topstitched seam lines.

    Before You Put That On

  • It's got little stars topstitched onto the back pockets, but what really makes it adorable is this subtle ruffle down the front.

    Cool Mom Picks

  • The seams are a little different, in that they're single rather than double topstitched on the sleeve hem, when I bother to hem at all.


  • Dear Martha: You asked, "Did you trim and clip the seam before you topstitched?"

    The Stitchery


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