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The red flags that show a garment is poorly sewn

In this video, veteran dressmaker Evelyn Wood points out the telltale signs that a garment – whether fast-fashion or thrifted – has been poorly constructed.

By pointing out corners that should never be cut while sewing a garment – as well as their subsequent impact on the finished item of clothing – Wood demonstrates what to avoid, and conversely how to improve the quality of personal sewing efforts.

View the original video here.

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