How to Sew an Invisible Stitch 🪡


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A – Stitch from the right to the left of your garment.

B – Insert the needle from the inside of the fold, bringing it out just on the fold’s edge. This will hide the knot inside the fold.

C – Pick up a thread of fabric (one or few threads) from the main garment, directly across from where the needle exited the fold.

D – Insert the needle back into the fold, very close to where it came out, and slide it along the inside of the fold for about 1/8 to 1/4 inch (3 to 6 mm) before bringing it out again.

E – Repeat this process, picking up a thread of fabric from the garment and then slipping the needle through the fold.

F – Continue stitching along the entire edge, making sure the stitches are evenly spaced and the thread is not pulled too tight, which could cause puckering.

G – When you reach the end, make a small knot inside the fold to secure the thread.

Regularly check both sides to ensure the stitches are not visible on the outside of the garment.


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