How To Hand Sew A Catch Stitch

Learn how to sew a catchstitch. A catch stitch creates a flexible hem with some give. This is appropriate for sewing hems on skirts… neck lines… any hem that needs some flexibility. The catch stitch is used to finish a hem or tack facings. The thread catches a thread or two on the hem, then on the garment, crossing itself on each half stitch.

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