In this video, ZJ Humbach demonstrates how Steam-A-Seam can be extremely helpful in your everyday sewing projects. Use it with applique or to create a hem that you don’t have to sew! Watch this video for tips and tricks on how to use Steam-A-Seam in all your sewing projects.
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Good demonstration. I appreciate the trick for holding mitered corner in place before stitching binding down. “Steam-A-Seam” is a great product. I use it for holding label to back of quilt so I can get it hand-sewn in place.
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Will this come out easily? I have a dress that I want to temporarily hem. Will steam a seam come off easily when I need to return the hem to the original length?
No, this is not a product that is removable. Once you press it on the fabric it acts like a “glue”. You may be able to pull the fabric back apart, but there will be residue visible. If you are wanting to temporarily hem something I would recommend stitching.
Hope this helps!
What an awesome way to explain this-now I know evrygthine!
This was good information. However, I wish the cameraman had suggested she at least put a clean band-aid on her finger before filming close-ups of her hand! Looking at the dirty band-aid was distracting.