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How to Sew a Baby Hem

Learn how to sew a rolled hem (also known as a baby hem) and finish your projects flawlessly every time.

By: Angel Peterson for favecrafts.com
Updated September 25, 2017
How to Sew a Baby Hem
How to Sew a Baby Hem
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Check out this how to sew tutorial to learn How to Sew a Baby Hem. A baby hem, also known as a rolled hem, is a hem that is created by rolling your fabric before sewing your hem. This video offers two options for sewing a simple, rolled or baby hem. In order to create a rolled hem the first hem, you will need to have a turning foot for your sewing machine. This sewing machine foot allows you to sew this kind of hem flawlessly. 

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This is a much easier way to hem.

Boy this turning foot sure does make this baby em a lot easier than the straight foot. I never seen it done the second way. The way I did mine is I ironed a small hem down and then I turned the fabric over first one and ironed again and then sewed the hem down. Takes a lot of time but makes a nice hem. Thanks for the video. I wish I had seen this sooner. A must watch for a pretty hem.

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