I love that we don't have to add seam allowance to most sewing patterns today, but sometimes you just need to know exactly where your seam lines are.
Whether you are making flat pattern alterations, paper-fitting your pattern, or measuring your pattern pieces to figure out finished garment measurements, it's good to know how to mark a pattern's stitching lines.
In this video tutorial, I show you 3 ways of marking stitching lines, or seam lines, on a sewing pattern.
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