Sewing Interlocking Seams


Last Updated January 01, 2018

Interlocking seams are used to help match seam intersections as you piece. Seams are pressed in opposing directions to help you “lock in” the seams. The first video shows what interlocking seams look like after piecing and the second video shows how to pin and stitch the seams.

The videos below are part of the High Prairie Video Workshop.

Importance of Interlocking Seams

Sewing Interlocking Seams

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